Depart from the Hotel and drive towards to the south about 140 kms to reach Abu Dhabi the Capital of UAE known as the Arabian Jewel. Jebel Ali Port, the biggest man-made port in the world is one of the landmarks that we pass by on the way to Abu Dhabi.On arrival, the first destination of Abu Dhabi City tour is the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. Witness the most excellent collected works of marbles from different parts of the world which has ‘World Largest Carpet’ designed by Iranian artist. Apart from Friday, Non-Muslims can go into the Mosque with dress code should be conservatively. Subsequently drive to Cultural Foundation (established in 1981). A short ten minutes walk leads to ‘Qasr Al Hosn’ (meaning ‘White Fort’-The oldest stone building) (due to renovation is closed). Thereafter drive to take pleasure in panoramic view of the Al Bateen District where the ‘Presidential Palace’ is sited, and followed a visit to the ‘Heritage Village’ authentic replica of a Bedouin encampment before oil prosperity strike the region (Friday and Sunday closed). Next photo stop at breakwater to acquire a picture of city’s skyline and opportunity to take lunch at the food court to be found in ‘Marina Mall’. After your preferred lunch continue to drive on the ‘Corniche’ of Abudhabi for 3 kms to arrive at ‘Dates Market’. You can be the one to flavor 52 types of dates at one shop. Thereafter drive back to Dubai by pass through some of the future developments of Abu Dhabi ‘Al Yas Island, Al Sadiyaat Island and Formula-1 racing circuit on Sheik Khalifa bin Zayed road.
We then continue to the Women’s Handicraft Centre. Admire the skill and dexterity of local ladies making traditional handicrafts. This center was established to provide training and job opportunities for women in the region, as well as preserve and protect the local heritage.You continue to the city through the well laid out roads, surrounding lush greenery, beautiful parks, and rows and rows of trees until we reach Abu Dhabi’s oldest building, Al Husn Palace built in the 18th century.Enjoy a magnificent view of the city by driving along the beautiful Corniche and make a photo-stop at the Breakwater. We then visit the Heritage Village and journey to the past to explore the life before oil was discovered.
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