As the richest city in the world, Abu Dhabi breaks all records. Visitors from around the world come here to enjoy their luxury and enjoy countless recreational opportunities. Here are 10 exclusive treasures waiting for you.

1. Sheikh Zayed Mosque
With its minarets over 100 meters high, its 82 white marble domes and one of the largest hand-knotted carpets in the world, the world famous Sheikh Zayed Mosque is impressive.

2. Isla Yas
Whether you want to stay in a luxury hotel, watch the Formula One Grand Prix or experience emotions in a water park, Yas Island is the world of entertainment and recreation that has it all.

3. Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
Ferrari World is the largest indoor amusement park in the Abu Dhabi.Among its many exciting attractions, there is the Formula Rossa, which at 150 mph is the fastest roller coaster in the world.

4. Marina Mall
In addition to some of the best shopping in the world, it also houses an observatory, an ice rink, a bowling alley and the famous musical fountains.

5. The cornice
After visiting docking facility Mall, head to the Corniche outside .Recharge your batteries with a relaxing stroll or bike ride on this incredibly beautiful hike.

6. Saadiyat Island
Still under construction, the island of Saadiyat will become a paradise on earth: a miniature city offering the best possible combination of leisure, business and culture.

7. Abu Dhabi Mall
If you need a little retail therapy, head to the incredible Abu Dhabi Mall. With more than 200 stores, your purchasing needs will certainly be satisfied!

8. Yas Island Marina Tour
Accompanying the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, this impressive circuit offers racing enthusiasts incredible opportunities to watch behind the scenes or run on the track.

9. Emirates Palace
When it was built, this opulent 7-star hotel was the most expensive hotel in the world, at a cost of 3 billion dollars! Its private beach is almost a kilometer long and its grounds cover 85 hectares.

10. Capital Gate
Tipped to a total of 18 degrees, Abu Dhabi's capital gate stole the claim of the leaning tower of Pisa as the most unequal building in the world.
Plan your visit to Abu Dhabi

What to wear
Remember that the UAE is a Muslim country and even though visitors are not required to adhere to dress codes, they must dress according to local customs. Skirts and pants should be long or long and women should avoid tight clothing. Cleavage, diaphragm and arms should be covered. Only shorts are allowed on the beach and, although bikinis are allowed, it is forbidden to sunbathe without a neck.

During the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, it is strictly forbidden to eat and drink in public. However, most hotels and clubs will serve food and drink to foreigners. During Ramadan, visitors should consider dressing carefully outside.

Beware of air conditioning
Although it is usually very hot in Abu Dhabi, it is advisable to bring a jacket or sweater because the interior areas can be quite cold because of the air conditioning.

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