A guide tells you what to play in Abu Dhabi!

Compared to the extravagant reputation of Dubai's tycoons, Abu Dhabi is known for its low-key luxury. In contrast to the widespread greenery in our country, in this desert nation, green is a symbol of wealth. And the moment you set foot in Abu Dhabi, you won't feel any trace of the Middle East, it is completely a modern city. The streets are clean and tidy, sunshine, beaches, lush plants, sprinklers that operate 24 hours a day. It's a city that makes you feel comfortable and instantly falls in love with.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

As the world's largest mosque and the only one open to the public, it can be considered a work of art. The mosque can accommodate 40,000 worshippers and tourists, with 80 domes, about 1,000 columns, a 24-carat gold chandelier, and the world's largest hand-woven carpet. The mosque cost $5.5 billion, with 46 tons of gold used alone, and the entire complex is wrapped in Greek Carrara marble, creating a solemn and solemn atmosphere. The exquisite carvings were crafted by Chinese artisans.

Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum

Located on Saadiyat Island, the Louvre Abu Dhabi is an artistic gem that took 10 years of preparation and construction, costing up to $1.1 billion. Visitors can experience masterpieces such as the "Rain of Light" and Van Gogh's "Self-Portrait".

Ferrari theme park

Want to experience the world's fastest roller coaster? Get up close and personal with the supercars of the world and luxury cars? Then come and experience Ferrari World! At the entrance of the park, the sound of a simulated F1 engine revving greets you, and the moment you enter the park, you can feel the passion of the park. The bright red and transparent roof in sight allows you to enjoy the sunshine while your adrenaline soars!

Warner Bros. Theme Park

On July 25th, 2018, Abu Dhabi's YSM Island welcomed the completion of its third amusement park - Warner Bros. Indoor Theme Park, which is claimed to be the world's largest theme park. Each venue has cross-era meaning and memories, whether it is Tom and Jerry, Gotham City, or Superman, which will add a strong sense of fun to your family trip.

Eight-Star Palace Hotel

The predecessor of the eight-star Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi was a magnificent palace built from gold and marble, costing $3 billion in investment by the Gulf Cooperation Council leaders who came to Abu Dhabi for a meeting. It is now a world-renowned eight-star hotel, with the presidential suite still located on the top floor. If you can't stay at the Emirates Palace, having a palace lunch or trying a 24K gold leaf afternoon tea is also a good choice. The hotel also features a one-Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant, "Hakkasan," for guests to experience.

Gate of the Capital

The Capital Gate, developed and constructed by Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company, has been listed in the Guinness World Records as "the world's furthest leaning man-made tower". The building leans 18 degrees westward, which is four times that of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This 160-meter-tall, 35-storey building is an iconic landmark on Abu Dhabi's postcards and a must-visit tourist attraction.

Alda Headquarters Building

The Aldar Headquarters building is located on a raised peninsula, and is the first circular building in the Arab region. Being inside it, one can see the spectacular city and sea views. With 23 floors and a height of 110 meters, this building has been recognized by the international architecture organization Emporis as the "most stunning corporate headquarters in the world" due to its innovative design, visual impact, and functionality. At the 2008 Architecture Exchange Conference, the building won the "Best Future Design" award.