Saadiyat Island is a large, low lying island of 27 km², 500 metres off the coast of Abu Dhabi island to be developed.
Saadiyat Island’s Cultural District will house the world’s largest single concentration of premier cultural assets, including the Lord Norman Foster-designed Zayed National Museum,
the Louvre Abu Dhabi and Frank Gehry-conceived Guggenheim Abu Dhabi. A
performing arts centre and a maritime museum will add to the portfolio
of leading cultural institutions, all of which have been designed by
Zoned into seven distinct districts
featuring diverse offerings, Saadiyat, a natural island, will be a
multifaceted destination. Already the island features the magnificent,
shore-line Saadiyat Beach Golf Club and a modern exhibition centre and
is readying for the opening of a luxurious beach club and two, fabulous
Just off Abu Dhabi city, this emerging entertainment destination is within a 30 minute drive of the UAE capital and 50 minutes from Dubai.
Here you'll find the fabulous Yas Marina Circuit - the world class
motor sports race track which hosts the annual Formula 1ª Etihad Airways
Al Reem Island, a natural island 600 meters off
the northeastern coast of Abu Dhabi island. It is the first free zones in Abu Dhabi,
where foreign nationalities can buy property as leasehold. Reem island will be easily accessible via 9 bridges that will link it to Abu Dhabi, ...
Lulu island is about 4 000 m² man made island located just in front of Abu Dhabi's corniche. The construction was completed
in 1992. Lulu Island is currently closed to the public, it is only access now being by private boat.It has several basic facilities
such as ...
Mina Zayed [Port Zayed, or Abu Dhabi Port] is the sea port of Abu Dhabi. Winds—Weather. The port is open to the shamal, blowing from the N and NW. Tides—Currents. Tides here have a maximum spring range of 2m, while the neap range is 0.1m. Tidal currents in the area ...
The Dhow Harbour in Abu Dhabi, is located in close proximity to
Mina Zayed, has been developed as a Free Port for oil rigs supply
vessels, buoys tug boats as well as traditional Arab dhows and launches
for prompting active trade between Abu Dhabi and the Gulf countries, the