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About The UAE

The United Arab Emirates are a rapidly diversifying society that has successfully integrated its core Islamic values into its ambitious economic agenda. The country’s economic prosperity, coupled with a liberal business and social environment, ensures that people from nearly every country in the world will continue to come here to live, work and play.

The UAE lies on the south-eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, bordered by Saudi Arabia to the south and west and the Sultanate of Oman to the southeast, while Qatar lies to the northwest. The United Arab Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing tourist destinations, has all the right ingredients for an unforgettable holiday, sun, sand, sea, sports, unbeatable shopping, top-class hotels and restaurants, an intriguing traditional culture, and a safe and welcoming environment.

The UAE was formally established in December 1971, following an agreement between rulers of the seven emirates or sheikhdoms to form a union. These emirates are Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah (which joined the union in early 1972), and Fujairah.

Each emirate holds its own element of adventure to explore, from the towering skyscrapers of Dubai including the tallest building in the world (Burj Khalifa) to the cultural center of Sharjah’s museums and the beautiful coastlines of Ajman, mountainous region of Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah, which is endowed with scenic coasts, mountains, archaeological sites and agricultural lands.


About Abu Dhabi

Year-round sunshine, pristine beaches, spectacular sand dunes and pulsating cosmopolitan lifestyle await every guest in Abu Dhabi. These, combined with distinctive Arabian hospitality, mystique and world-class infrastructure make Abu Dhabi an enchanting destination for experienced and novice travellers.
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Western Region

Where the desert meets the sea’, the Western Region, also known as Al Gharbia makes up over two thirds of Abu Dhabi emirate. Along its hundreds of kilometers of coastline are stunning beaches and islands, which are gradually being developed for visitors.
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