Friday, August 2, 2013

Top 2 Offbeat yet Engrossing Gems of UAE

Relaxed sundowners on the beach, thrilling days of sightseeing and breathtaking vistas of palms are some of the fortunate rewards of moving to relatively remote areas from much-travelled regions like Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE. The credit goes to all those engrossing gems of the UAE that are comparatively less travelled to They are less crowded and boast a unique charm. And sometimes it is much easier to net flights tickets for such places than for a place like Dubai. 

The third largest city of UAE is truly a pleasant surprise! Blending the Arabian glory with modernistic aura, it makes for a right stop for those who book tickets aboard UAE flights to unravel the unexplored mysticism of the nation. Honoured as Arab Capital of Culture, it has hoarded wealth of captivating museums; mesmerizing art areas and remarkable souqs. One of the best bets is Heritage Area, situated close to Corniche between Burj Avenue & Al-Maraija Road. It is a treasure trove of beguiling set of attractions including Al Hisn Fort, Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization and Souq al-Arsah. Looking for a shopping spree? Head to Blue Souq and make the most of your money invested on tickets for flights and holiday packages for touring UAE.

Al Ain
Perched next to Buraimi, the Omani town, it is well-known as the Garden City of United Arab Emirates. Filled to brim with bustling markets, myriad forts and much more, the destination can be never accused of dismaying the high spirits of explorers grabbing tickets for flights bound to arrive in UAE. It unfeignedly compensates its guests with picturesque dioramas of scenic palm trees and breathtaking oasis. Then there is spectacular Al Ain Museum and Fort that ensures no moment of monotony and provides bundle of new experiences. Visitors can also make way to Jebel Hafeet, the second tallest mountain in UAE for feasting eyes on crimson sunset.

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