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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is one of a kind key area, flanking the Gulf of Oman and overlooking the southern way to deal with the Strait of Hormuz, an indispensable travel point for world oil.

The economy of the United Arab Emirates is the second largest in the Arab world (after the Economy of Saudi Arabia), with a gross domestic product (GDP) of $407.52 billion in 2022 (nominal).

About 96% of the country’s roughly 100 billion barrels of proven oil reserves are located in Abu Dhabi, ranking number six worldwide.


Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers

Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers, offers its guests a Five-Star Forbes stay!

Bab Al Qasr Hotel

With one of the capital's largest private beaches, a sumptuous Moroccan Spa and ultra-modern gym

Khalidiya Palace

Cast away in the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf Sea and conveniently located near the breath-taking Presidential Palace

Yas Island

Yas Island features a unique design, set half on land and half on water. It offers multiple dining and lounge venues, modern rooms.


Louvre Abu Dhabi

Step inside the iconic Louvre Abu Dhabi, the first universal museum in the Arab World, translating and fostering the spirit of openness between cultures. As one of the premier cultural institutions in the heart of the Saadiyat Cultural District on Saadiyat Island, this art lovers’ dream displays works of historical, cultural and sociological significance from ancient times to the contemporary era.

From the moment this iconic museum opened its doors in Abu Dhabi, the Abu Dhabi art scene elevated to a global scale, implanting a strong sense of pride in locals and residents alike.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Past visitors will encourage you to take one of the free guided tours. Experts will guide your eyes and ears to details some may usually miss, like the gold-leaf calligraphy which encircles the hollows of the mosque’s remarkable 82 domes.

Make a second trip to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque when the sun goes down to witness the whole facade light up with even more majesty. Combining your evening trip with a visit to the poignant Wahat Al Karama memorial and dinner in the Al Qana district is highly recommended.

Qasr Al Sarab

Savour the finest Emirati hospitality

Use the luxurious Qasr Al Sarab resort as your base to discover the Empty Quarter.


Etihad Airways

This is the national airline of the UAE and the second-largest airline in the country.

Air Arabia

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi is a low-cost carrier that connects Abu Dhabi to various destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

Wizz Air

Wizz is a low-cost carrier offering flights to various destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

Rotana Jet

This is a smaller, regional airline based in Abu Dhabi, offering flights to destinations within the UAE