Before visiting the UAE, I didn’t know that people drink camel’s milk…
Now, the Emirates in my “food-memory” is a country of camel’s milk and dates.
The UAE has a number of wild animals, however the easiest to be seen are camel, oryx and gazelle.
What kind of animals have you met in the UAE?
The United Arab Emirates have one of the biggest in the world reserves of oil and natural gas.
Desert is a large part of the United Arab Emirates; it’s about 80% of the area.
If you love motorsports don’t miss the Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.
You’ll find there Formula 1 track and the Ferrari park.
Abu Dhabi exists since 1761, but the real development started about 200 years later, and many modern buildings/places are actually “a few years old”.
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is large, but it’s not the largest mosque in the world.
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is very unique (like everything in the Emirates?) and it’s worth visiting, at least to see all impressive/crazy decorations.
I’m almost sure, there is no tourist who went to Abu Dhabi without visiting the Sheikh Zayed Mosque.
What about you?
Abu Dhabi has a number of tourist attractions, but the most known is the Sheikh Zayed Mosque.