Although Abu Dhabi does not occupy a large area, the city has a lot of tourist attractions that draw attention of its visitors. From amazing cultural sights to tourist attractions such as driving in the desert or watching falcons. This list includes the most visited sights of Abu Dhabi. Through it you will be able to get to know the whole city and decide which sights and attractions you wish to visit.
Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital, offers many golf courses to golfers. A park course. or golf on a championship course, every golfer will find what suits them best in Abu Dhabi. Courses are open throughout the whole year. Abu Dhabi is currently in the limelight and it attracts world’s best players to participate in various event that are becoming more and more popular on the golf market. For most golfers, what first comes to mind is Abu Dhabi Golf Club, the House of Champions that hosts the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, sponsored by ECA. The tournament has been a calendar landmark for 13 years now, and unlike most of other events and tournaments in Europe, it attracts many American talents, including Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Speith, and the winner from 2016, Rickie Fowler. All the players compete in legendary Falcon Clubhouse, creating electrifying atmosphere for the audience.
Observation Deck at 300 is located on the 74th floor of the stunning Jumeirah at Etihad Towers. The observation Deck offers 360-degree views id the city. From up here visitors can replax in comfor as they take the impressive views of the city skyline which includes the Emirates Palace Hotel, city center and Corniche. The café at the top is famous for its afternoon high tea, offering impressive tea blends and freshly ground coffee served with sweet and savoury treats. Be sure to try the exclusive TWG Tea Grand Crus Prestige blends such as Silver Moon Tea, Brothers Club Tea, and White House Tea, or sip on the venue's signature mocktail, the Etihad Sparkler.
Al Dhafra Camel Festival - if you would like to get up close and personal with a dromedary, December is the right time for camels. The Al Dhafra Camel Festival lasts an entire month of Decemmber and in between all the individual events during the festival, the camels are paraded up and down a stretch of compacted sand in the middle of the desert, nicknamed “The Million Street” and named for all the camel trading deals that take place there.