The year 2023 was one to remember in Abu Dhabi where we had many unforgettable moments. From star-studded concerts to thrilling sports events, new attractions and mesmerizing art installations, this recap video has it all. Looking forward to 2024. Happy new year!
LIWA International Festival is ongoing until 31 December at Tal Moreeb – one of the world’s tallest sand dunes, rising to 300 metres. At the heart of the festivities, expect hundreds of 4x4s, RVs, dune buggies and other vehicles to amass at the iconic site, as part of the winter experience. Visitors can experience traditional music, authentic culture and high-octane thrills at Liwa Festival and Liwa Village
SeaWorld Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, is home to the world’s largest and most expansive marine-life aquarium, containing 25 million litres of water and housing more than 68,000 marine animals, including sharks, schools of fish, manta rays and sea turtles. A main focal view of the aquarium presents visitors with the “Endless Vista”, an impressive 20m tall vertical window across multiple levels revealing stunning aquatic scenes
Manar Abu Dhabi teamLab: Mangrove Island is the newest addition to the Manar Abu Dhabi art installations & is happening at Samaliyah Island from 21 Dec - 30 Jan. Pick up point is at YAS Bay & you will be transported to the island by boat. Timings are from 5pm until 10:30pm
Information on Manar Abu Dhabi: teamLab 📍Samaliyah Island 🛥️ The pickup point for the boat is in Yas Bay, Yas Island 🗓️ 21 Dec until 30 Jan 🕓 5-10:30PM Every 30 mins there's a boat ready to take you from Yas Bay dock to the island: 20 mins boat ride 💰 25 AED for the boat ride Kids below 2 y/o, PoD and their assistant, 65+ y/o free From 3 to 12 years old: 10 AED