Glimpse of Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, the capital and second most populous city in the United Arab Emirates counted as the favorite tourist retreat due to its luxury hotels, shopping destinations, beaches and the flavor of Arabic culture.
Best Time To Visit Abu Dhabi
The best time to visit Abu Dhabi are March to May and November to December. You should not visit Abu Dhabi during the summer months because it is pretty hot out there and you will end up spending your day inside the hotel room. Although the hotels will decrease their rates by 60% it is not advised to visit Abu Dhabi during the summer months. The coolest months of the year in Abu Dhabi are January and February.
Best Things to Do in Abu Dhabi
Things to do in Abu Dhabi encircles visit Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, enjoy at Ferrari World, go for a Desert Safari, have fun at Warner Brothers World, visit Heritage Village, lunch with Leopard, dinner at Abu Dhabi Dhow Cruise, take a trip to Al Ain City and many more.
Where To Stay in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi can boast of a number of splendid luxurious five star hotels. All these hotels are equipped with spa, night club, gymnasiums, swimming pools, restaurants, bars and night clubs. So you can enjoy your leisure time in Abu Dhabi with plenty of activities.
Inner city hotels are less expensive when compared to the large hotels and they are suited for budget travelers. Some of the world’s great restaurants are In Abu Dhabi that offer a variety of rates from expensive to cheap. The best restaurants are in the luxurious hotels. The restaurants serve the best in the International cuisine including French, Continental, Lebanese, Chinese, Japanese etc. So you can have an international Gourmet experience while you are in Abu Dhabi.
You can have a great night life in Abu Dhabi with pubs and night clubs. The drinks are a little expensive.
Abu Dhabi Culture
The culture of the native people has disappeared in the midst of the city life due to Western Influence. You can still have a taste of the shisha in the street café and have a glimpse of falconry and camel racing. The places of cultural importance in Abu Dhabi include the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Heritage Village and the Al Hosn Palace (White Fort).
What language is spoken in Abu Dhabi ?
The official language of Abu Dhabi is Arabic. English is spoken widely and signboards are written in English. The currency of Abu Dhabi is Dinar (AED). In Abu Dhabi all major credit cards like Visa and Master card are widely accepted. There are plenty of ATM centres in Abu Dhabi. They charge a withdrawal fee for bank accounts outside UAE.
Internet is widely available in Abu Dhabi and, most of the hotels have Wi-Fi access.