Abu Dhabi culture and exotic landscapes has been growing in all aspects for several years, whether economically, demographically, or as a tourist destination. Thanks to its culture, which is highlighted and used to its full potential, this region is gradually becoming a popular destination for many tourists.
The Fabulous Assets of the Abu Dhabi Culture
With the approach of the sacred month of Ramadan, the conviviality and culture of Abu Dhabi will shine brighter than usual. Tourists can enjoy iftars (breaking of the fast at sunset) in all the city’s restaurants.
As mentioned on the experience Abu Dhabi website, you can discover falconry, a traditional sport that is very popular in Abu Dhabi as well as in other emirates.
You can also decorate your hands and feet with henna, a non-permanent vegetable dye iconic of this Ramadan period. Arabs have a tradition of drawing floral patterns on their hands during special occasions.
Take a detour to visit the city of Al Ain (source of water), which is a 1,200-hectare oasis city made up of majestic gardens irrigated through an ancestral Arab system.
Another integral part of Abu Dhabi’s culture is hunting, not with falcons, even though they are often used for bird hunting, but with hunting dogs called Salukis. The Saluki is more commonly known as the Persian Greyhound in the West. This breed of dog is known for its high speed (up to 64km/h) and agility, making it an extraordinary predator on which hunters have relied for more than 5,000 years.
Apart from the extensive and exotic culture of the Abu Dhabi emirate, you can also find numerous places to visit, such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi, which contains exceptional works resulting from the emirate’s collaboration with France.
And all this is just a small glimpse of the culture of the Abu Dhabi emirate. To fully enjoy it, why not go there yourself?