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Black Friday Sale: The Best Attractions In The UAE.

Black Friday Sale: The Best Attractions In The UAE.

Black Friday is one of the busiest online sale events in the UAE. According to Arab Business, the Black Friday sales this season are projected to mop an estimate of 6 billion dollars. As the D-day approaches (26th November) with sales and deals on brands all around...

Dine with luxury at the Best Restaurants in Abu Dhabi

Dine with luxury at the Best Restaurants in Abu Dhabi

Emirati food is infused with flavors from all over Asia and the Middle East. For generations, the meal was seen as a communal celebration, shared with great warmth. Discover the culinary world in Abu Dhabi with us. Taste the culture at Abu Dhabi's best restaurants!...

Follow this Miracle Garden route to save time and money

Follow this Miracle Garden route to save time and money

Miracle Garden Dubai will transport you to a floral paradise on Earth. Located at the heart of Dubailand, the 72,000 sq. m flower-themed park has a lot to offer visitors to the UAE. The park is open exclusively during the winters. Most blogs online will tell you that...

UAE attractions to visit during Ramadan

UAE attractions to visit during Ramadan

The Muslim holy month of fasting is going on and besides being a time for spiritual and mental rejuvenation, Ramadan is also a time of celebration. It is a time when families come together and connect with each other. While the hustle and bustle of the busy cities in...

2021 Ramadan Events in UAE You Cannot Miss

2021 Ramadan Events in UAE You Cannot Miss

According to the Islamic Calendar, the holy month of Ramadan begins with the sighting of the new moon at Mecca, Saudi Arabia. In the United Arab Emirates, the sighting of the Ramadan crescent moon (hilal) was declared on the 13th of April,2021. This holy period lasts...

About Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi started out as the provisional national capital of the United Arab Emirates in 1971, but it became permanent in the early 1990s. The city was once a town of local importance, but the oil revenue transformed the national capital into a modern city boasting a fully-fledged developed infrastructure. 

As of today, the city located on the island of Persian Gulf is a must-visit place if you want to familiarize yourself with the rich Arabic Culture. While Dubai may excite you with the glitz and glamour of grandeur and expat cross culture, Abu Dhabi will appall you with its rich heritage and authentic interaction with the locals.

The multicultural city spans across the desert, green landscapes, blue beaches, and Islamic architectural splendour. Things to Do in Abu Dhabi are unique, exciting and entertaining. Go for a Desert Safari or have lunch with a leopard or even try fine dining at Abu Dhabi Dhow Cruise. The endless things to do in Abu Dhabi suits all ages and is a treasure trove for unheard experiences. Besides the cultural monuments to explore like the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and other UNESCO heritage sites, you can even get your adrenaline pumping with adventure-sport destinations like Ferrari World and hop on to experience the fastest roller coaster in the world.

The only quick question is, how long should an ideal Abu Dhabi vacation be? The answer is 3 days. TicketsToDo has curated a guide on planning your trip to Abu Dhabi, besides showing you the best attractions  to visit at the best price. You can choose to stay longer and soak in the maximum bliss of the city such as luxury island resorts and African safaris.

In regard to proof if the multicultural city is safe to visit in times of pandemic, you can get assured that Abu Dhabi is ranked the safest city in the world in times of COVID-19 pandemic. The study conducted by the London-based analytical institute, Deep Knowledge Group (DKG) showed that the city’s prompt response to coronavirus has made the capital city outshine many across the world.

Besides the pandemic, even on general terms, Abu Dhabi is a very safe destination for travelers. In fact, it is ranked 12th on the safest and most dangerous countries, thanks to low unemployment rate, strict laws, and very cordial hospitality.