in a row. The airport is separated into Terminal 1 (the original terminal), Terminal 3 (a new terminal mostly dedicated to Etihad Airways), and a smaller Terminal 2. Terminal 1 provides a slightly dingy appearance and a spectacularly bizarre blue-lime tiled mushroom canopy that awaits you at the gates. Terminal 2 has no aerobridges, relying on buses to take passengers to and from their planes. Terminal 3 is much newer and has improved shopping and gate access. All flights from terminal 3
usually don't pass the bouncers either. It's not uncommon to have to pay an entry fee. There are free drinks for the ladies on Wednesday nights, so expect it to be crowded. *'''PJ's''' is a 'traditional' Irish Pub in the Royal Meridian Hotel, boasting brunch buffets and a long happy hour. The majority of the guests are usually English British American Australian. There is something entertaining going on every day of the week, from 'Quiz Night' to 'Ladies Night'. If you want to start drinking
early, this is the place to go. No one will bat an eye if you order beer with brunch, and you'll probably find yourself staying for more than one round. The music earlier in the day is a mix of oldies and rock with faster-tempo songs for the late night crowd. This is also a great place to come to watch sports, as the quiet daytime atmosphere and televisions throughout ensure a pleasant experience. The outdoor seating near the hotel's pool is also a great asset on cooler days. *'''Zenith''' at the Sheraton Corniche is nicely decorated club and has a nice sized dance floor. If you like the local Abu Dhabi crowd and Arabic music, this is a great place to go. The drinks can be expensive,but the presentation is entertaining. Just around the corner is a quiet outside venue where you can drink and smoke sheesha near a pond. *'''Trader Vic's''' is a famous cocktail bar restaurant located in The Beach Rotana Hotel (connected to The Abu Dhabi Mall). The flattering lighting, interesting menu, and soft but fun island music make this a great place for a date or hanging out with people you actually want to talk to. The cocktail menu is pages long, and ordering a complicated fruity concoction is a must. The drinks may be a little on the expensive side at times, but the atmostphere is great. Try ordering one of their two or four person drinks, which come in a giant fishbowl. They're a lot of fun if you don't mind sharing! *'''49ers''' is a steakhouse bar. It is often quoted as "More of a meat market than a steakhouse" because of its solid reputation for prostitution. I wouldn't recommend a non-prostitute woman going there. It is uncomfortable and the men in the bar will probably assume you are for sale. The Novotel Hotel and The Sands Hotel are also notorious for their nightclubs that men frequent when looking to purchase a date for the night. *'''Heroes''' is a friendly sports grill bar. Located in The Crowne Hotel's basement, it offers reasonable meals, and fair drink prices. The bar is often full of men and women watching various sports games on television. Later at night they have a DJ and a live band that play softer rock songs. It is a pleasant place to hang out with friends, though the lack of windows or ventilation can make it stuffy and smoke-filled quickly. *'''Mardi Gras''' is a small restaurant bar located in The Capital Hotel. Its ambiance reminds one of a spa. The service is good, the drinks are reasonable, and the food is tasty. The band often leaves much to be desired, and the DJ is worse. *'''The Yacht Club''' at the Intercontinental Hotel is newer bar restaurant, and offers a gorgeous view of the sunset over the marina if you sit outside. Inside has a very modern, minimalistic feel. The cocktails are delicious, but expensive. *'''Left Bank''' at the Souk at the Shangrila Hotel (between the two bridges)is a popular and lively spot. It serves a wide range of interesting cocktails (try the pineapple-ginger collins) as well as nicely prepared and presented meals. They are still new so they are trying a little harder right now, and the service tends to be pretty good. Worth the 15 to 20-minute trip out of the downtown core. *
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the streets and roads, sophisticated high-rise buildings, international luxury hotel chains and opulent shopping malls. Long viewed as a staid bureaucratic outpost entirely lacking in neighboring Dubai's pizzazz, things started to change radically in 2004 after long-ruler Sheikh Zayed passed away and his son Sheikh Khalifa took over. In a bid to attract tourism and investment, land sales to foreigners were allowed and restrictions on alcohol were loosened. Homosexuality is currently illegal
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2010. It was also screened as part of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival's official selection the same month. Critics noted that with the film, Johar has broken away from his typical style of film
making - lavish sets, filmi songs and dance sequences and designer cloths. The filmmaker himself confirmed that, stating: "in all my 11 years as a filmmaker I’ve never felt the experience to be so different
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url email address lat long directions off Al Salam St (8th) near the Grand Mosque phone tollfree fax hours price content The best park by far, built at a cost of $50 million. Has its own aquarium, museum, train, play parks and formal gardens. * '''Cultural Events''' The Abu Dhabi Cultural Centre has become a landmark in the Emirates and holds cultural events and workshops throughout the year. It has a well-stocked library, children's programs, art exhibitions
population_density_km2 auto utc_offset +4 timezone UAE standard time website Abu Dhabi Government Portal Facebook Facebook Page footnotes Abu Dhabi is known as''رشكشا'' ((transelated too ri-shi-kesh in English)) to the local Arabic and through the historic inscriptions. thumb Aerial view of Abu Dhabi on the coast of the Persian Gulf (File:Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.JPG) '''Abu Dhabi''' (US ) title How did Dubai, Abu Dhabi and other cities get their names? Experts reveal all publisher UAE Interact date 3 October 2007 accessdate 2013-04-05 url http: www.uaeinteract.com news rss-news.asp?ID 24335 is the capital and the second most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, and also capital of Abu Dhabi emirate, the largest of the UAE's seven member emirates. Abu Dhabi lies on a T-shaped island jutting into the Persian Gulf from the central western coast. The city proper had a population of 921,000 in 2013. United Arab Emirates: largest cities and towns and statistics of their population. World Gazetteer.
Abu Dhabi houses federal government offices, is the seat of the United Arab Emirates Government (Federal National Council), home to the Abu Dhabi Emiri Family (Al Nahyan family) and the President of the UAE, who is from this family. Abu Dhabi has grown to be a cosmopolitan (Multiculturalism) metropolis. Its rapid development and urbanisation (Urbanization), coupled with the relatively high average income of its population, has transformed Abu Dhabi to a larger and advanced metropolis. Today the city is the country's center of political (Politics) and industrial (industry) activities, and a major cultural (Culture) and commercial (commerce) centre, due to its position as the capital. Abu Dhabi accounts for about two-thirds of the roughly $400 billion United Arab Emirates economy. Gulfnews: Abu Dhabi Economy Grows 5.2% In 2013, Slower Than Expected. www.gulfnews.com (3 June 2014). Retrieved on 2014-09-24.
Abu Dhabi is home to important financial institutions such as the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates and the corporate headquarters of many companies and numerous multinational corporations. One of the world's largest producers of oil, Abu Dhabi has actively attempted to diversify its economy in recent years through investments in financial services and tourism.
Abu Dhabi is the fourth most expensive city (List of most expensive cities for expatriate employees) for expatriate employees in the region (Middle East), and in 2014 was the 68th most expensive big city in the world.