The United Arab Emirates is a country with balanced contradictions. In the intersection of modern traditions and developments life here is one of some kind and this useful guide is used as an introduction to the United Arab Emirates for adventures that consider moving there. From the major cities to education to the workweek structure, it provides everything you need to know about life in the United Arab Emirates.

1. Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Among attractions in Dubai, Burj Khalifa is the must visit place. Burj Khalifa is one of the most famous buildings in the United Arab Emirates and Dubai Highest Marker.

The highest building in the world, Burj Khalifa is also the highest viewing platform, and an elevator with the longest travel route. It is not only the tallest building in the world (828 m) but also calls for the world’s tallest independent structure, the world’s highest surveillance surface, and the elevator the longest travel distance in the world. A journey to the observation floor, with its extensive sightings across Dubai, falls on most of the proofs for visitors to wonder about this modern engineering and architectural work and to admire Dubai’s dizzy views underneath you.

At its top you can get a picturesque and surreal view of all Dubai. It is described as both a “vertical city” and a “living miracle”. Apparently, the tower took 22 million man hours to build.

Birg Khalifa is the most notable techno in Dubai, the longest skyscraper in the world 828 meters high, built for mixed-use, and contains 300 houses, 9 hotels and offices. The skyscraper contains 163 floors in total and is also built on the highest occupied floor at 584 meters.

Construction of the Burj Khalifa began in 2004, designed by the American architectural firm Skidmor, Owings and Merril, and completed in 2009 and was officially opened on 4th January, 2010.

Burj Khalifa must be a tourist attraction on the list of places you will visit in the United Arab Emirates. This is the longest building in the world since 2008.

2. Admire Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Mosque

This is one of the mosque that actually allow non-worshippers.It is located between the Mussafah, Shaikh Zayed and the Maqta bridge, and it is full of grandeur and marvelous. It is one of Abu Dhabi’s cultural tourist entry fee attractions and a necessary visit to get a sense of the Grand City run by Dubai.

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi is a mammoth mosque of amazing beauty. Combining modern design and traditional craftsmanship, the mosque harmonically combines modern and ancient styles and techniques to create a new interpretation of Islamic architecture.

In both the exterior and the interior, using the abundant amount of gold, mosque tables, and glassworks to decorate the mosque’s white marble stones, the architecture itself blends the various mosque designs of several Islamic Empires.

The mosque covers an area of 30 acres and has the capacity to accommodate 40,000 worshippers. Persian, Mughal and Moorish mosque architecture styles are used for it’s construction.

The four minarets found within four corners of the mosque have height of 107 meter. High-cost marbles, gold, stones, semi-precious stones and crystals are the main material used by artists for the design for the mosque.The 99 names of Allah, also written on Qibla wall of mosque using Kufic calligraphy.

The tomb of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the late President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), was also buried in this mosque’s courtyard.

The inner prayer hall has the world’s largest hand-wrapped carpet (5700 square meters) and is illuminated by chandeliers of 24 karat gold and crystals. Outside, the vast Copper Garden has a mozaic on the floor of half-precious stone flowers. It took over 10 years to build. It is an important place to meet in the traditional architecture of Mosque, Gold, Gras, and the magnificent of Moravia, it is an important place to visit in Abu Dhabi.

3. Dubai Safari

Dubai’s Safari park is the best place, having a large variety of animals and birds. If you want time out of crowded tourist attractions, Dubai Safari is the ideal place to bring your family and children, and you’d like to get in close contact with these animals.

The park has five main areas, known as the Asian Village, African Village, The Wadi, Arabian Village, Explorer Village and Kids Farm.

Asian Village

Animals from Asia are part of this village, including the Komodo dragon and Indian elephant.

African Village

Here are kept the white lion and African wild dog.

The Wadi

This is an area for relaxation. The area is created for relaxation after the long safari visit. The ground is lush green while there is ponds of fishes where you can watch fishes or waterfalls.

Arabian Village

Spanning over 60,000 square meters, the Arabian Village is a dedicated to observe and learn about the native wildlife, like the Arabian oryx and wolf. This area is designed containing the mountains, deserts, flowers and plants.

Explorer Village

Explorer village is an open area where visitors can go by bus and have an amazing close encounter with animals including giraffes, lions and tigers.

Kids Farm

It is a newly created section with a view kept in mind of learning for children.

4. Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Burj al Arab is a seven-star luxury hotel located on an artificial island other than Jumeira Beach in Dubai. Burj al-Arab is popular around the world for the luxury hotel services and for the design of the ship. From 1999 to 2008, it remained only seven hotels in the world. This luxurious hotel have a height of 321 meters, and a private bridge with a curve connects the hotel to the ground. Since 1994, it has taken five years to build Burj Al-Arab. An Arab style deck for a hotel chosen by British architect Tom Wright. There are 202 collections in Burj al-Arab, with rates ranging from $1,000 to $15,000 per night. Burj al-Arab is surrounded by the white sandy beach Jumeira. Visitors can also visit private beaches for exclusive use and explore the Wild Wadi Water Park near the hotel. Spa, gym, hypnotherapy bath, squash court and swimming pools are also available in Burj al-Arab.

5. Palm Jumeirah, Dubai

Palm Jumeirah is an artificial archipelago and is in itself a microchip. It was created through land reclamation, and there was a luxury resort, like Atlantis and Fairmont Palms, to visit. There is a special single-track rail link between the mainland and Jumeirah palm.

If you like to spend some good time on the beach, it’s one of the best places the Emirates can visit free of charge! Jumeirah Beach is a flat white beach, and one of the most prominent highlights of this beach is the top hotels — Burj al Arabib and Jumeirah Beach Hotel, on the coast of this beach.

Jumeirah beach extended to the south coast of Jumeirah city. Soft white sand from Jumeirah Beach attracted visitors on foot and in the shower. On the beach, navigation, scuba diving, water slides and wind waves became popular. There are also large luxury hotels such as Burj al-Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotels in front of Jumeirah Beach. It is a motif-shaped hotel with 298 rooms, 20 restaurants, bars, and elephants on both sides of the beach, and visitors can celebrate Arab fashion parties and Djs.

6. Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi

Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi is the center of great attractions located on the island of Yas in Abu Dhabi. It is the world’s largest interior theme park. Also, the Ferrari Theme Park, Abu Dhabi was the 1st theme park by Ferrari. This theme park is recognized worldwide and has received various awards and awards. The world’s fastest rollers’ coast, the official Rosa is also living in the interior of the world of Ferry, Abu Dhabi. The central rope is 63m high. The flying axis spin gives full satisfaction to the people looking for fun and excitement at the same time. This theme park has the world’s 37th record-breaking rides and attractions to the most convenient tourist facilities, and it is also available for the most convenient tourist facilities in the world. The dimension of Ferrari logo within huge structure measures 65m * 48.5 m. largest Ferrari logo in the world. Steel and glass are used for the construction of Ferrari world to reduce the impact of desert heat. The park also has a Formula Rossa, roller coaster, which is the fastest in the world. This vehicle can reach a top speed of 240 kilometers per hour in just 5 seconds, just like a Ferrari super car. The Ferrari Gallery in the Galleria Ferrari displays cars from 1947 to the present day.

7. Visit the Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi Louvre is the newest and most spectacular museum in the United Arab Emirates, hosting visitors during the journey of human history.

Collections originate from all parts of the globe and from all times, from the earliest human settlements to today’s contemporary art scenes, named by their dominant names, to demonstrate the links between cultures and civilizations, which cut across the narratives of humankind.

Whether you’re interested in world history or art, the museum is a big painting, and the very harsh and super-modern architecture of the complex, designed by the award-winning architect Jean Nuville, is itself an attractive place.

8. Sharjah Art Museum, Sharjah

The Sharjah Art Museum is home to one of the world’s most famous collections of Arab artists and art from the Middle East. Its permanent collection includes both parts of the largest names in modern Arab art from the twentieth century to the present, which were shown in the Bargil collection, and artwork of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, produced by both Arab artists and European artists, who paid special attention to the Middle East in their work.

The museum is known for its programme of temporary exhibitions, in which exhibitions of both famous and promising artists are shown throughout the year in the lower floor of the Museum.

Sharjah Art Museum holds temporary exhibitions throughout the year. The museum is known for its collection of paintings by Arabic artists and for its collection of paintings by European artists who have specialized in painting the Arab world.

9. The Khorfakkan Waterfall

The waterfall is at an altitude of 43 metres above sea level and is 45 metres long and 11 metres wide. It consists of several windows through which water falls from the top of the cave to the bottom of the mountain. The Khorfakkan Waterfall also gives visitors a panoramic view of the Khorfakkan beach. There’s even a restaurant and a cafe where more than 80 guests can be accommodated. You can even have dinner outside and enjoy a beautiful view. And the new attraction isn’t just for leisure. In addition, the waterfall has new technologies and meeting facilities.

10. Al Ain

Also known as the City of Gardens in the Gulf, Al-Ain is one of the greenest cities in the United Arab Emirates. There is a sharp contrast to the capital, small houses, large mountains and green expansion that this city offers, the oasis of Al Ain, the zoo, and the mountain of Hafez are some of the enchantress points here.

Jebel Hafeet kept the edge of the city’s oasis, one of the most rapid and easy exits from Abu Dhabi, and the cold mountain air at the top provides a resting period of coastal heat during the summer.

The Al Ain Zoo is one of the best places to visit in Al AIN for children to observe animals. It was opened in 1969 and contains more than 4,000 wild animals and birds. The zoo is known for its safari, bird show, and dinosaur trail.