[Good value] Many people say it is the most boring attraction in Abu Dhabi, I don't think it is right, because you can't judge her from the perspective of the general country, because she is a desert country and a country with short history (the United Arab Emirates was founded in 1977). You are wrong to judge her by the standards of Singapore greening or by the historical monuments of India! You should look at her with a developmental mindset! Take the folk village for example, many people think it's just a personal attraction, but it's an exhibition hall that condenses the epitome of Arab culture and life, and as a local tycoon she wants you to see how they lived before the discovery of oil in the 1970s How rich life is now, I think this folk village is well explained! And it is still built on the Persian Gulf on artificial reclaimed islands, in the desert greening this way, not a penny (16 years ago nominal fee) there is no bad! I always think that travel not always with the war wolf critical eye to see the world, to accept to see people good place that is reading a million volumes of books as well as travel thousands of miles of the truth!
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The museum in Abu Dhabi, also known as the Folk Village, is built and the environment recreates the living conditions and features of the original residents. Visit here to learn more about the history of Abu Dhabi's construction.
Abu Dhabi Folk Village is a great place to learn about the history of the old UAE, with many of its specialty stalls, if you like.
Hertrage village is all full of local crafts and workers working thereyou can purchase silk pottery and local spices Go also and see the man made beach
One of the best ways to understand some of the history of the early beginnings of the UAE and what life was like for the Bedouin.
This is a complex of eateries and shops along the waterfront. Nice place to purchase gifts and have a meal
Nice place to visit for a taste of the local culture.
An interesting attraction that offers an inside look at Bedouin lifestyle and culture, Heritage Village depicts what a typical oasis village would have looked like. There are several small shops where artisans display hand crafted goods and demonstrate their techniques. Live animals traditionally used for transportation are also available for viewing. The cafe/restaurant inside Heritage Village serves great Arabic dishes and offers breathtaking views of the city. Overall, an interesting attraction and great for kids.