Abu Dhabi is home to the largest mosque in the middle east- the stunning Shiekh Zayed mosque. During Eid, this grand structure can accumulate as much as forty thousand people!
|The Sheikh Zayed Mosque|
|The Ferrari World along side the race tracks|
|Abu Dhabi Corniche View|
You will also find flowers blooming in the desert sun.
After the brief stay in Abu Dhabi, you should definitely catch Dubai. However, do not miss the old oasis city of Al Ain on the way.
The Al Ain zoo, although hosting a variety of animals, is particularly famous for the almost extinct white lion. There are just about two hundred of them left in this world.
|The almost extinct White Lion at the Al Ain Zoo|
|The Two Horned Rhino|
|The Paradise Garden in Al Ain|
As you enter Dubai, you would be greeted by the presence of the super tall Burj Khalifa at a distance.
|Dubai Creek- a burnt boat|
|The supertall Burj Khalifa!|
Oh, are you hungry? Dive into one of the flavours of Lays Arabia. I have mentioned many times in my blog how great their chips are!
|Two of those amazing flavours!|
|The Burj Al Arab|
|The Lamborghini Gallardo|
|The Gold Souk|
|The Spice Souk|
Lastly, dressing up as an Arab is fun!
As you hop on to your flight back home, you would most definitely be leaving the time of your life behind!
This entry is written for the "Creating Happy Travellers" contest conducted by Indiblogger and Yatra.com.