Dubai Day Tours is focused on the most popular Emirate in UAE, which is obviously the main reason why travelers come to UAE. But to get beyond the high-rises and shopping malls is a whole different experience one can enjoy with United Guides Travel Day Tours in Dubai.
Dubai is well-centered in the UAE in terms of geographical location. Right to the west lies the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the largest of the 7 Emirates in the UAE with a lot to see. To the north-east and beyond, the other five Emirates are located, always referred to as the “Northern Emirates“. It’s also easy to visit some interesting areas in Oman on a One Day Trip from Dubai.
Kindly note: There are some border control restrictions placed traveling from Dubai to Abu Dhabi due to COVID-19. You can find out more The latest guidelines here to check your eligibility to cross the border between Emirates.
Dubai is often mistaken to be the capital of UAE, in fact, it is the largest business center and Abu Dhabi holds this crown. Abu Dhabi is also home to the Federal Supreme Council and residence of the ruling leader Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed al Nayhan, it’s also home to some magnificent architecture and cultural sites in the UAE.
It is one of the most stunning architectures in the world. The mosque is named after the country’s unifier, the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan. The Mosque is open for prayer with a capacity of 41,000 worshippers – 10,000 inside the mosque and 31,000 in the exterior courtyards.
The Mosque was completed and opened in 2007 with a craftsmanship of 38 contractors and tens of thousands of workers from around the world. It holds a few “largest in the world” claims to fame masterpieces, including the largest hand-woven carpet in the world at 5,627 sqm and the largest marble mosaic floor of 17,000 sqm at its courtyard. The Sheikh is laid to his final resting destination in a mausoleum on the Mosque grounds. Quran is being recited at the mosque 24/7 by Imams reciting beautifully in rotational shifts.
Entry is free of charge for all visitors, closes on Fridays till 4pm. Respecting prayers space is recommended as well as a suitable dress-code that matches this place of worship.
is home of the Federal Supreme Council, where all official UAE Cabinet meetings are held and foreign dignitaries are greeted and hosted offices. It also houses the Vice President, Prime Minister and the Crown Prince offices.
It is one of the UAE’s finest modern buildings. Take you on a journey through humanity history with permanent display and hosts many seasonal exhibits through out the year (closed Mondays).
An Emirati heritage tour around the Abu Dhabi’s oldest building of the Hosn Fort. The fort’s walls are telling the story of Abu Dhabi. It is a national museum with displaying the development of Abu Dhabi from a basic settlement reliant to pearling in the eighteenth century into a global metropolis now.
It is also the House of Artisans and Heritage of Craft, representing the creative relationship between the Emirati people and the local natural resources. Within the diverse landscapes of desert, to the oases, to the coast – artisans have developed amazing skills to meet functional and economic needs. The crafts made through their skills show a creative and artistic expressions and aesthetics. Throughout the generations, artisans preserved not only the artistic skills but also the social values associated with their Emirati identity.