First time here, even though I read all the reviews, I still decided to give it a try because we wanted to go to the beach. The first problem is that the credit card machine cannot be used, but fortunately, I brought cash. The ticket price is 70 dirhams per person (including deck chairs and umbrellas), and my teenage son and I total 140 dirhams. It looked pretty good at first, with small restaurants, beach shops and restrooms (dirty, I didn't want to use it). We entered the beach area through the wooden trail, but it was very disappointing. We arrived at about 9:45 and all the front chairs were full, so we chose the back chairs. The recliner is dirty and needs to be cleaned thoroughly. The parasol has some holes and it is very dirty. A beach worker came over and opened the parasol for us, but said nothing. We brought food and drinks and prepared to stay here for a few hours. We spread towels on the lounge chairs and lay on them looking at the sea. In the first few hours, the sea was transparent and we could even see many small fish. After that, the ocean became turbid, with seaweed and foam everywhere. We even found excrement on the beach! The number of tourists here quickly increased. Cigarette butts were everywhere on the beach. As a non-smoker, this made me feel disgusting and unfriendly. What a pity, this could have been a good place to relax. After 3 hours, we decided to leave. We are disappointed here and the experience is not good. The management of the beach should spend money to renovate and keep the place tidy. Will not be back in a while.
Just along the promenade you can see the island, the island has been artificially built, the things here are very perfect, there are many museums and hotels built here, the whole thing is very luxurious layout, like to come here.
An artificial island is also being built with the Sadiyat Cultural Museum, using modern multimedia technology to introduce the island's planning and the historical development of the island's culture, and the composite statues of the Emirates, the Mona Lisa and Da Vinci at the Shanghai World Expo. And drip irrigation, invented in Israel. There are many modern art elements in the tube, and the most favorite room with starlight is very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very,
The island is a super bustling commercial area, but also an artificial island, there can see a lot of luxury goods, also can see some houses, more is the commercial street, these tourism is very popular, precisely because the speed and passion seven photography also brought the tourism here.
If Dubai is luxury, Abu Dhabi is low-key luxury. They are rich but not rich, and the cost of the world's most expensive palace hotels and trees can be as high as $3,000 a year; They cling to tradition without resisting modern civilization, and every two or three hundred meters there is a mosque of great size and small, and there are more chances to meet various luxury cars than camels; They stick to their lives and seek their unique development, with the smooth lawns and shaded trees on both sides of the street and the creation of the international cultural focus of Sadiyat Island