Visiting Doha’s Museum of Islamic Art

Visiting Doha’s Museum of Islamic Art

One of the main attractions in Doha is the Museum of Islamic Art, opened in 2008. Built on an artificial island at the entrance to the harbour, it is connected to the Corniche by a palm-lined causeway, and surrounded by a park. The Museum contains one of the world’s...

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Eating Out in Abu Dhabi

There is lots to choose from when eating out in Abu Dhabi. From fast food to smart hotel restaurants; from authentic Arabic cuisine to western style chains. Whatever your taste, you will find something to suit you. Arabic Food in Abu Dhabi   As you would expect, there...

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The UNESCO Heritage of Al Ain

To the untrained eye, it is a modern city with wide roads, fast cars and interminable roundabouts. But Al Ain, on the border between the UAE and Oman, has been continuously settled since 3000BC, and has a rich archaeological heritage. This is an oasis town, surrounded...

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A Day in Sharjah, Dubai’s Less Visited Neighbour

It is stylish and modern, the UNESCO designated Capital of Arabic Culture, and only a stone’s throw from Dubai. So why did it feel as if we were the only tourists there? Most people will tell you the reason is very simple: Sharjah is dry. Not in the literal sense –...

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Abu Dhabi’s Cultural District

I first visited Saadiyat Island, centre of Abu Dhabi's ambitious new cultural district, two years ago, when the first gallery opened. Madinat Al Saadiyat was, then as now, a very contemporary gallery, with a mixture of pictures, sculptures, performance and...

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