Abu Dhabi: Destination of Choice for your Event.
After four decades of developing, the present and the future, and it’s remarkable growth, and development, the UAE is now the nexus between west and east, the developed and developing, the present and the future, and it is the meeting point between ancient and modern. In the UAE futuristic cities live hand in hand with ancient treasures. The wealth created by our country’s natural resources now funds some of our world’s most promising new green technologies. Our young generation is growing up highly educated but still embracing their rich traditions. This is a destination where the past is preserved, cherished and respected while the future is meticulously planned and considered.
A True Combination of Old and New
Abu Dhabi is without a doubt a destination of the 21st century. An emirate rich in archaeological finds, today’s people enjoy living in modern, technologically advanced surroundings. Abu Dhabi is a city with a modern day flare of extraordinary skyscrapers, shopping malls, luxury hotels, one-of-a-kind attractions and picturesque gardens; with its foundation solidly rooted in a rich one-of-a kind cultural and historical background. Abu Dhabi is in constant transformation and in the lead up to the event, a number of mega mixed-use developments will shape the new landscape and skyline of Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi’s culture is firmly rooted in the Arab region’s Islamic traditions, a shining example of Islam’s true commitment to tolerance and hospitality. Foreigners are free to practice their own religion, and women face absolutely no restrictions. The attitude towards dress is liberal throughout the Emirates, though a healthy amount of respect for local customs is welcomed and appreciated. Among the most highly prized virtues of the Arab world are courtesy and hospitality, and visitors are sure to be charmed by the genuine friendliness of the Emirati people. Despite the speed of economic development over the last 30 years, Abu Dhabi continues to promote traditional cultural and sporting events, such as falconry, camel racing and traditional dhow sailing.