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The United Arab Emirates is a great place for holidaying and sightseeing, especially if you’re the kind of traveler that enjoys golfing, desert treks, water sports, and shopping. But beyond the tourist traps, there is so much more to this country than meets the eye. The UAE has so many different hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. From sleepy fishing villages to lush oases along the coast; there are plenty of lesser-known places in the UAE that are worth exploring.
With its endless sunshine throughout most of the year, spectacular natural landscapes, and cultural sites galore-it’s not hard to see why tourists flock here in their thousands every year. However, among all of these tourist-friendly attractions, there are plenty of hidden gems waiting for intrepid explorers to discover. Whether you like getting away from it all or simply want a taste of local life; these off-the-beaten-track places in UAE will blow your socks off!

Dubai's Burj Khalifa


Among the United Arab Emirates' most well-known structures, the Burj Khalifa is a towering landmark in Dubai. It is the world's tallest structure (at 828 meters), as well as the world's highest observation deck, longest elevator ride, and freestanding structure. Visitors usually make a trip to the vantage point on their itineraries to see Dubai's modern technology and architecture.

 Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Mosque


The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, an enormous contemporary mosque of exceptional beauty, fuses modern design with ancient craftsmanship and Islamic architecture. To create a fresh interpretation of Islamic architecture, contemporary and ancient styles, and techniques are harmoniously blended in its design. The mosque's white marble stonework is decorated with lavish amounts of gold, mosaic tiles, and glasswork both inside and outside. Multiple Islamic empires' mosque designs are blended into their structure. The world's largest hand-knotted carpet (5,700 square meters) adorns the prayer hall, while chandeliers made of 24-karat gold and crystals light the area. A swirling floral mosaic of semi-precious stones decorates the enormous marble courtyard outside.

Jebel Jais in Ras Al-Khaimah


The highest point in the United Arab Emirates, Jebel Jais in Ras Al-Khaimah is a prominent activity center. When you come here, you will observe the magnificence of the rugged Hajar Mountains as they tumble to the coastal plain from the view deck terrace near the summit, or you may wish to participate in some adventure activities. The world's longest zipline, Jebel Jais Flight, travels down the side of the summit for more than two kilometers, reaching speeds of up to 120 kilometers per hour. During the cooler months, Jebel Jais's Via Ferrata climbing route provides guided tours, while independent hikers may follow six marked trails on the mountain's lower slopes.

Louvre Abu Dhabi


The Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum provides a historical journey for visitors through human civilization. The museum's collection stretches to human history, starting from prehistoric human settlements to modern art. Humanity's story is illustrated by the interactions between cultures and civilizations. Whether you're interested in world history or fine art, the museum is a major draw and its striking and cutting-edge architecture.

The fascinating UAE Desert scenery


Those with an adventurous spirit can explore the UAE's Desert. Many adventure activities are waiting for you such as dune buggies, sandboarding, and camel treks.  Dubai or Abu Dhabi desert day excursions usually include a dinner at a camp after a 4WD journey into the dunes and the option to sandboard or go for a camel ride. Other desert excursions allow for better wildlife observation and desert operators also provide overnight camping on the dunes. Luxury desert resorts exist in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Ras Al-Khaimah's barren interiors, where the objective is to absorb the dune ambiance and participate in desert activities.

Dubai's Al Fahidi Quarter


The Al Fahidi quarter of Dubai is the last surviving piece of Old Dubai. The Al Fahidi quarter is the last remaining fragment of Old Dubai and shows the simpler, more generous times of the city before skyscrapers dominated the skyline. The narrow lanes are lined with carefully preserved traditional buildings, many of which have wind towers, which were used to cool homes before air conditioning became popular. Many of the existing structures are museums, art galleries, and craft shops, allowing visitors to dine and learn about local cuisine.

Jebel Hafeet


On the outskirts of the oasis city of Al Ain, Jebel Hafeet is one of Abu Dhabi's most popular spots to enjoy a wonderful nature vacation. The Peak of this mountain has expansive, picturesque views across its expanse and down to Al Ain throughout the climb. You'll be able to see across the large desert that extends in all directions.

UAE has a lot to explore, there are many fascinating museums, luxurious hotels, beautiful parks, and so many other attractions that entice a lot of visitors from all over the world. Just follow us to explore more about UAE.

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