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Etihad Towers

Etihad Towers

4.6/5105 Reviews
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"Modern Architecture"
"Observation Deck"
Ranked #2 in Abu Dhabi Best Shopping Experiences
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"Everyone is familiar with the Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi. Even if they have not been to the UAE, they know this building because many scenes in the movie "Fast and Furious 7" were shot in Abu Dhabi. The famous bridge section in the movie, worth tens of millions of dollars, has only eight Leconn sports cars in the world that leap out of this building. This building is the headquarters of Emirates National Airlines Khatihad and consists of five towers. When I boarded the tallest tower 2 by elevator, I found that the viewing floor was limited by the current flow. There were many people inside. I was stopped at the door. It is very intimate that Arabic milk tea, coffee and dates are set up here for waiting tourists to enjoy , This is the custom of entertaining guests in Arab homes. When I entered the viewing hall, the first thing I saw was some collections about movies. For example, the baseball cap in Figure 2 was signed with the names of the leading actors, directors, scriptwriters and producers. It is worth remembering that the leading actor Paul Walker was in He died young in 13 at the age of only 40. When his last work "Super 7" was released in 15 years, he had died two years ago! Here you can not only overlook the entire Abu palace area, including the Eight-Star Palace Hotel and the Presidential Palace of the new palace not far away, but you can also sit down and have an afternoon tea! Instead of drinking coffee here, I went to the restaurant on the first floor (Picture 11) for lunch. When I arrived, I hadn’t opened a meal, so I went out and strolled around. Both the first floor and the negative one and two floors of Hatihad Tower 2 The shopping mall is full of luxury goods. There are many expensive vintage cars parked in the atrium on the first floor (Figure 12), which is the private collection of the owner of Hatihad Airways! There is not much space in the picture above, just for your reference, otherwise you won’t see it again after you come, haha!"
Qasr Al Watan

Qasr Al Watan

4.9/5131 Reviews
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"City Hall"
"Modern Architecture"
Ranked #3 in Abu Dhabi Can't-Miss Landmarks
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佟贝勒爷
"It turned out that when I came to Abu, I said how magnificent and luxurious the Eight-star Chiefs Palace Hotel is. I didn’t know why the old Chiefs Palace was converted into a hotel open to the outside world after I lived. The rooms are also small and the facilities are so magnificent There are still. And not far from here is the new palace. I used to pass by and looked at the new palaces of white granite under construction in the big iron gate. That is a mystery! It wasn't until the new palace was completed and opened to the outside world early last year that everyone had a chance to see the beauty inside! The official name is defined as the UAE Presidential Palace is no longer called the Royal Palace. The name of the Emirates Palace is still reserved for the Old Palace Hotel. It can feel the low-key of the new crown prince of Abu Dhabi that goes to the royal family. Of course, this is the most important for a religion of politics and religion. It is impossible to keep a low profile in a country where chiefs dominate! The English name of this presidential palace is Qasr Al Watan, which seems to be a direct Latin alphabetized name in Arabic, and I don’t understand it! You want to search directly for Royal Palace or President Office. It may be for safety and low-key! This is the second time I took a photo with my mobile phone when I went in for a visit. It is full of luxury when I take a photo with my mobile phone. Compared with the eight-star Emirates Palace Hotel, this is magnificent! Unscheduled notice: There is a palace dedicated to exhibiting national treasures sent by foreign heads of state, and there are also our country’s inside. Please pay attention to me [Applause]"