You want to visit United Arab Emirates ? a Look about Top places Tourist to visit in United Arab Emirates
10 – The Corniche – Abu Dhabi
The Corniche extends over an impressive distance of eight kilometers of perfectly maintained waterfront, which includes children’s playgrounds, bike paths and pedestrian paths, cafes and restaurants, as well as Corniche beach – one place supervised by lifeguards rescuers.
9 – Ski Dubai
Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with 22,500 square meters of indoor ski area. It is a part of the Mall of the Emirates, one of the largest shopping malls in the world, located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was developed by Majid Al Futtaim Group, which also operates the Mall of the Emirates.
8 – Dolphin Bay – Dubai
Swim with majestic dolphins at Dolphin Bay, Dubai’s prestigious, highly-developed dolphin habitat at Atlantis The Palm.
Dolphin Encounter: All ages, under 12’s must be accompanied by a paying adult; Dolphin Adventure: Ages 8+; Royal Swim: Ages 12+; Scuba Dive: Ages 15+ (with valid dive certification).
7 – Yas Marina Circuit – Abu Dhabi
The circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke, and is situated on Yas Island, about 30 minutes from the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi. Yas Marina is the second Formula One track in the Middle East, with the first being in Bahrain.
A two-day GP2 Asia Series test was held to officially open the circuit, which was held a week before the 2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
It also hosted the opening event for the Australian V8 Supercars series, the Yas V8 400, in February 2010.
Outside motorsport the circuit was used for the final stage of the inaugural Abu Dhabi Tour cycle race in 2015.
The circuit has FIA Grade 1 license.
6 – Emirates Palace – Abu Dhabi
It contains 394 residences , It was created with the aim of showcasing Arabian culture. It offers luxury hospitality. It is located on 1.3 km of private beach. 85 hectares of lawns and gardens surround the hotel, as well 114 domes that are 80 meters high.
5 – Burj Al Arab – Dubai
The Burj Al Arab sets a new standard for hospitality superlatives, including an underwater aquarium restaurant that you reach through a simulated submarine voyage, a fleet of Rolls-Royces on the forecourt and the famous helipad that has hosted numerous celebrity stunts.
The hotel’s distinctive sail-shaped silhouette has made it an iconic symbol of modern Dubai. Often voted the world’s most luxurious hotel, the Burj Al Arab is one of the region’s most famous tourist landmarks. Built on a triangular man-made island, the billowing sail-like structure rises 321 metres above the sea and the hotels atrium lobby is the tallest in the world.
4 – The Dubai Mall – Dubai
The Dubai Mall is a shopping mall in Dubai and the largest mall in the world by total area. It is the nineteenth largest shopping mall in the world by gross leasable area. Located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, it is part of the 20B $ Downtown complex, and includes 1,200 shops.
3- Burj Khalifa – Dubai
Soaring 828 metres above Dubai and currently the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa represents a union of art, engineering and heritage. It’s home to thousands of metres of office space, 900 private residences, the 160-room Armani Hotel and At the Top, the outdoor observation deck on the 124th floor. The most recent addition is At The TopSKY, a record-breaking observation deck on the 148th. At.mosphere is the world’s highest restaurant, with stunning views and an equally stellar menu. The Burj Khalifa is also an art lover’s paradise: There are more than 1,000 specially commissioned works of art from Middle Eastern and international artists throughout the building.
2 – Dubai Fountains –Dubai
Sights, sound, sail! Set sail on the ultimate ride on the Burj Lake, home to the world’s largest performing fountain. The Dubai Fountain Lake Ride gives you front row seats to the best show in town.
– Witness the world’s largest dancing fountain, at 900ft long with water jets that shoot up to 500ft in the air, as high as a 45-storey building
– A visual spectacle using 6,600 lights, 25 coloured projectors and 22,000 gallons of airborne water
– Enjoy the stunning choreography of light and water synced with classical, Arabic and world music
1- Sheikh Zayed Mosque – Abu Dhabi
This architectural work of art is one the world’s largest mosques, with a capacity for an astonishing 40,000 worshippers. It features 82 domes, over a 1,000 columns, 24 carat gold gilded chandeliers and the world’s largest hand knotted carpet. The main prayer hall is dominated by one of the world’s largest chandeliers –10 metres in diameter, 15 metres in height and weighing twelve tonnes. The mosque’s first ceremony was the funeral of its namesake, Sheikh Zayed, who is buried at the site.
Reflective pools surround the mosque, amplifying its beauty. The striking white and gold colours shining in the sun are transformed at night by a unique lightning system which reflects the phases of the moon.