In 2009, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was held in the capital of the UAE for the first time. The race track is located on the offshore island of Yas Island. Starting in 2009, Abu Dhabi will host a Grand Prix as part of the Formula 1 World Championship for an initial period of seven years.
The United Arab Emirates consists of a total of seven emirates. These are Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ras al Khaimah, Ajman, Fujairah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain.
The emirate of Dubai is known that the expensive sports cars and limousines are displayed there. For tourists, this is of course a special attraction and highlight on vacation.
A very nice water park is Yas Waterworld in Abu Dhabi located on the island of Yas Island. In good an hour’s drive with the rental car, this is accessible from Dubai. You can spend there easy to spend the whole day with the family and you will have a lot of fun. Especially with the hot summer temperatures, there is cooling very well there.
Thirty years ago, the territory of the United Arab Emirates was a lifeless desert with rare Bedouin settlements in the sands and squalid fishing villages by the sea. Then they found oil here, and today this Middle Eastern corner is like another planet.
Diver, skydiver, and falconer lover. He loves lions and white tigers. He’s a snowboarder and a poet, a fine rider, a repeated winner of horse competitions. He owns expensive cars and a yacht – Crown Prince of Dubai Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum.
The Dubai water park offer cooling off on those hot days while on vacation in the city. The different water parks present in different ways. Fun for young and old is the top priority in the water park. The contents show differences that can affect the individual decision. The classic is the water slides that are offered in the water park in Dubai.
In this article, we will look at all the most exciting theme parks in Dubai and Abu Dhabi (UAE), which are a must-visit for both adults and children, regardless of the season of the trip.
For most of us, the United Arab Emirates is associated with a 50-degree heatwave, a giant shopping mall in Dubai, and a wealth of oil sheikhs. But it is only the «tip of the iceberg» because each new country does not immediately show its real «face».