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Saadiyat Beach Club

Complimenting the idyllic, white Saadiyat Island sandscape, this chic beach club is set on 9km of natural coastline.
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Qasr al Hosn

Abu Dhabi’s symbolic birthplace and most historical landmark. Qasr (the Arabic word for palace) and Hosn (the Arabic word for fort) refers to the dual uses of this 250-year-old location;
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Saadiyat Beach Golf Club

Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, with its Gary Player designed course is one of the world's most impressive golfing projects created to cater for all types of players, starting at 5290 yards, to the most challenging environment for the world's leading tour players at 7806 yards.
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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

A magnificent example of Muslim architecture. Natural materials were chosen for much of its design and construction due to their long-lasting qualities; including marble, stone, gold, semi-precious stones, crystals and ceramics.
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Sir Bani Yas Island (Anantara)

The Emirates' very own Jurassic Park, Sir Bani Yas Island is 87 km2 and can be reached via private charter, seaplane or 20 minutes by boat (off the port of Jebel Dhanna, Abu Dhabi).
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Zaya Nurai Island

A natural private island just a short boat ride from Abu Dhabi's Saadiyat. Hop on a 15-minute boat ride from the jetty and arrive on a sumptuously designed, tranquil isle surrounded by aqua waters and white sand...
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Wadi Wurayah

Technically falling within Fujairah, this 129 square kilometre expanse is the richest natural environment in the UAE and the first mountain habitat to be declared a protected zone.
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Six Senses Zighy Bay

Set on a private cove, an unassuming entrance of spindly goats and unkempt mountain road are opposites of what is within.