7 Viewpoints to explore in United Arab Emirates
Federetaion of seven states that has been to one of the Middle East's most important economic centres. Since oil exports began in 1962, the country's society and economy have been transformed for the better. Since the UAE has diversified and has become a regional trading and tourism hub
Al-Hayl Castle is a historical building from 200 years ago. It was the home for the Royal family of Fujairah and has an important rule in for patrolling and surveillance. It is located close to Al Hayl Village, about 10 km from Fujairah city, and has a great observation area on the wind towers.
Al Majaz Waterfront is the first place of its kind in the area, located in the heart of the city of Sharjah, Al Majaz Waterfront hosts different concerts, events, and festivals, it also has other attractions like the magnificent musical fountain, mini-golf, a children's playground, and good amount of restaurants and cafes.
An inland exclave of the emirate of Dubai, Hatta is a heritage village that lies between mountains, and a well known get-away from the heat of Dubai. It has activities that make you an adrenaline junky, such as off-road adventures in the desert and mountains, hiking to the Hatta Rock Pool.
Jabal Hafeet is a mountain on the border of the United Arab Emirates and Oman and located in the south side of Al Ain downtown in the Eastern Region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and the adjacent Omani town of Al-Buraimi. The name of the mountain comes from a period in UAE history, the Bronze Age (3200 to 2600 BCE) Hafit Period, because of the discovery of a cluster of important Bronze Age beehive tombs at its foothills.
A mountain on UAE-Oman border. The summit of the mountain, at an elevation of 1,934 m (6,345 ft) is located on the Omani side but the mountain is more easily accessible from the UAE side. A high point west of the summit is considered the highest point in the United Arab Emirates, at 1,892 m (6,207 ft). The world's longest zip line is located on the mountain. It is 2,832 m (9,291 ft) long, and users travel at speeds of up to 150 km/h (93 mph).