This architectural work of art is one the world’s largest mosques, with a capacity for an astonishing 41,000 worshippers.
The Corniche Road spreads across an impressive eight kilometers of manicured waterfront that includes children’s play areas, separate cycle and pedestrian pathways, cafés and restaurants, and the Corniche Beach - a lifeguarded beach park.
It is fast and furious fun for all ages at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi - the world’s first Ferrari theme park and the largest attraction of its kind.
For a full day experience, this futuristic Yas Island waterpark spans an area of around 15 football pitches, with 43 rides, slides and attractions – five of which are one-of-a-kind.
Take a tour behind the scenes of one of the world's most technologically advanced motorsports circuits. The Yas Venue Tour is a must-do for those who want to see firsthand how much effort goes into running this large, multifaceted facility.
In the heart of Al Ain, near Al Ain National Museum, this impressive oasis is filled with palm plantations, many of which are still working farms.
This is the last souk of its kind in the UAE. East of Jebel Hafeet in Al Ain is an excellent opportunity to see camels up close, and to see and hear traders discussing the price and merits of their animals.
This 900-hectare park near the base of Jebel Hafeet is where visitors can see a large animal collection in enclosures that closely resemble their natural habitats. There are plenty of green public spaces for picnics and also playgrounds, a cafeteria and a train tour of the wildlife area.
Just seven minutes from downtown Abu Dhabi and 20 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport, the 27-square-kilometer Saadiyat Island is undergoing remarkable transformation into a world-class leisure, residential, business and cultural hub of global proportions, housing the world's largest single concentration of premier cultural assets.
Close to Abu Dhabi International Airport, the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital is the world’s largest, and most advanced, falcon hospital. Its highlight is a falcon display museum as well as a facility with free-flying falcons.
Abu Dhabi's culture is firmly rooted in Arabian Islamic traditions, creating a shining example of Islam's true commitment to tolerance and hospitality. The combination of international influences and a strong commitment to local heritage has created an intriguing mix of new and old.
Abu Dhabi is home to a plethora of islands, some of which are accessible to visitors and offer variety from entertainment to culture and luxury, from untouched beaches and wildlife sanctuaries to championship-standard golf facilities.
Ras Al Khaimah is a truly blessed tourist spot. Its miles of unspoiled coastline contour the majestic Hajjar Mountain range. Ras Al Khaimah is famous for its historical ancient monuments that are linked historically to many events in the region.
This flagship family entertainment destination in Al Ain has been a firm favourite since opening in 1985 when it became the Gulf's first theme park. Newly renovated, the park boasts 28 attractions for all ages, a family show amphitheater, picnic and play areas.
Dubai Marina Mall offers the best of the big malls right in the heart of the Marina. It is a modern shopping and lifestyle destination for residents and visitors of the Dubai Marina community.
The massive expansion of The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination has commenced in preparation to welcome over 100 million annual visitors to the mall.
Set sail on the ultimate ride on the Burj Lake, home to the world’s largest performing fountain. Board a traditional abra and enjoy a breathtaking show of sights and sounds from the heart of Downtown Dubai.
The 10-million liter Dubai Aquarium tank, located on the Ground Level of The Dubai Mall, is one of the largest suspended aquariums in the world.
Be a part of history in the rising. High atop one of the world’s most dynamic cities, is one of the world’s most extraordinary experiences. On the 124th floor of the tallest tower in the world, nothing else matters but you.
Visit this Arabian folklore-themed water park for a fun-filled family day out.
The city’s most incongruous attraction is a faux winter wonderland built right into the gargantuan Mall of the Emirates. It comes complete with ice sculptures and live penguins.
Head to Bur Dubai and you will find one of the city’s prettiest parks. It has a lovely promenade alongside the creek, offering some spectacular views of Dubai while dhow boats nestle on the water.
This desert park is full of little surprises, such as the area displaying traditional houses from around the world.
Grab a sun lounger and chill out for the day. It is an Ideal place for a family picnic on the weekends.
When you are in Dubai it is a great chance to relax on the beach and enjoy the crystal blue water with the warm sun.
Take a tour of one of the best parks in Dubai, Al Mamzar Beach Park and find out about snorkelling, picnics, barbecues and more.
Al Safa Park is one of the oldest and most popular parks in Dubai, with numerous facilities and sport areas.
To understand life and cultures from the region's past, the museum is a must visit.
Experience luxury shopping and explore high-end fashion and dining at no less than The Galleria.
Take the whole family to Yas Mall on weekends and experience everything under one roof. Yas Mall is your famiy's weekend destination. Make sure to make a date!
Love the outdoors at Khalifa Park! Take in the lovely sights of the grand avenue, fountains, lakes and waterfalls, and remember to take photos with your friends and family.
Take a glimpse into the past of Abu Dhabi and experience what life was at the Heritage Village
Visit Al Wahda Mall, the regional shopping destination in the heart of the city offering the very best of shopping and lifestyle experience.
Located in Abu Dhabi’s popular breakwater area, surrounded by the beautiful panoramic view of Abu Dhabi’s Corniche, it is the perfect location for the entire family to visit and enjoy.
Global Village is Dubai’s leading family entertainment and cultural attraction with a unique shopping experience at 32 pavilions each representing a different country.
The Miracle Garden is one of a kind in the region and in the world for such a unique display and extravagant outdoor recreational destination.
Shopping for gold is a major reason why many people choose Dubai for their holidays. In the Gold Souk there are hundreds of small shops sell gold from many countries, from actual ingots to finely worked jewellery.
Take a deep breath when you step into the narrow alleyways of the Spice Souk, located in Deira. Savour the atmosphere and aroma of the past as you are introduced to the mounds of aromatic herbs and spices spilling from large baskets at every turn.
The rugged and raw Hajar Mountains dominate the Ras Al-Khaimah scenery and create a beautiful area to head out into nature on a day trip.
The panoramic views from the fort’s ramparts are well worth the trip here, and for anyone interested in history, exploring the fort itself is one of Ras Al Khaimah’s top things to do.
Jazirat Al-Hamra has been left to slowly decay with its traditional coral-block architecture, now a reminder of the simple local life before the oil boom.
Jebel Jais, part of the Hajar Mountain Range, is the United Arab Emirates’ tallest mountain, with its summit at 1,934 meters.
Iceland Water Park is heaven on a scorching hot day, with an Arctic theme for its rides.
The Ras Al-Khaimah National Museum is in a fort that was the residence of the ruling family up until the early 1960s.