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  • 1. UAE Formerly known as the Trucial States, the United Arab Emirates are a federation of seven individual states, all ruled by emirs.
  • 2. Glimpse of the country
  • 3. • Currency: UAE Dirham (AED) • Languages: Arabic • Capital: Abu Dhabi • Largest city: Dubai • Religion: Mostly Islam/Muslim • Type of government: Federation of seven emirates with one advisory body. • Area : 67,340 square kilometres • Exchange rate: 1 UAE dirham = 16.18 INR
  • 4. Cultural clash The UAE is a contradictory place where traditional Bedouin lifestyle meets Western consumerism and big- town bling.
  • 5. These disparate influences have produced a nation that combines the cultures of conservative Islam and the liberal West in one package.
  • 6. • The textile industry in UAE encompasses several categories such as woven, knitted and non-woven fabrics. The UAE textile market in 2011 was valued at USD 13 billion which has grown 9.9% during the period 2006-2011. • UAE is one of the major textile markets of the world which includes fibers, fabrics, cloth, apparels, outerwear and several others. • In 2011, UAE exported the maximum to the US (among the countries covered) at a value of USD 57.12 million.
  • 7. UAE TOURIST DESTINATIONS
  • 8. Abu Dhabi
  • 9. Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second largest city of the United Arab Emirates in terms of population and the largest of the seven member emirates of the United Arab Emirates. It lies on a T-shaped island extending into the Arabian Gulf from the central western coast. The city proper had a population of 621,000 in 2012.
  • 10. • One of the largest mosques in the world. • Named after revered His Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, president of UAE. • Built to pay respect to his achievements. • Built out of pure marble. • 35-ton weighing carpet in the main praying hall (world’s largest carpet, made by 1200-1300 carpet weavers) SHEIKH ZAYED GRAND MOSQUE
  • 11. • Ferrari themed amusement park on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. • Officially opened on 4 November 2010. • Situated under 2 million sq. meters, making it the largest indoor amusement park • Home to Formula Rossa, world’s fastest roller coaster.
  • 12. What else to see? Hili Fun City Jebel Hafeet Al Ain Oasis Al Ain Paradise Garden Emirates Palace Yas Viceroy Qasr al Sarab Al Ain National Museum Zayed Centre Heritage Village Al Jahili Fort Yas Island Saadiyat Island
  • 13. Dubai
  • 14. Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), located within the emirate of the same name. The emirate of Dubai is located south east of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula and is one of the seven emirates in the country. It has the largest population in the UAE and the second-largest land territory by area of all the emirates, after Abu Dhabi.
  • 15. Palm Jumeirah (center) is one of the original palms and is a part in the trilogy of . The names of the other two palms are Palm Jebel Ali and the Palm Deira. Mainly constructed to help solve dubai’s beach shortage problem. Dubai Palm Trilogy
  • 16. Burj Khalifa Tallest building in the world about 828 meters, Burj Khalifa was designed to be the centerpiece of a large-scale and mixed-use development. The decision to build Burf Khalifa was mainly the government’s decision to diversify from an oil based economy to one that is service and tourism based.
  • 17. Burj Al Arab Tallest and the first 7- star hotel in the world.
  • 18. DESERT SAFARI
  • 19. What else to see? Al Boom tourist village Mall of emirates Ski Dubai The World Islands Dubai zoo Al Towar library Dubai Golf Course Dubai Shopping Festival Jumeirah Mosque St. Thomas Orthodox Cathedral Dubai Fountains Atlantis Hotel
  • 20. Experience Desert Adventures • Camel riding • Desert feast • Dune driving • Trip to a Bedouin village. • Exploring the Wadis. • Falconry Dubai World Cup Beaches And Parks • Wild Wadi water park • Safa park • Wonderland park • Mushrif Park Sports & Activities • Apart from sporting activities, Dubai offers a range of leisure and adventure activities including art, dancing, music, pilates, reiki, tai chi, yoga; scuba diving, deep sea fishing, mountain climbing, shotgun shooting, go karting, bowling, ice skating, indoor skiing and sand boarding among others. With so many different nationalities and cultures at play in Dubai, most sports, activities and interests are covered.
  • 21. A woman shopping at Dubai Duty Free Company
  • 22. OTHER DESTINATIONS IN UAE
  • 23. Sheikh Saeed House Served as a residence for the King of Dubai.
  • 24. Al Majaz Waterfront, Sharjah
  • 25. CITY OF SANAA, YEMEN
  • 26. GULF OF ADEN, YEMEN
  • 27. Dibba Society of Culture Arts and Theatre, Fujairah
  • 28. AJMAN BEACH, Ajman

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