Qasr Al Watan named as one of the best landmarks in the world

Abu Dhabi’s presidential palace has received global acclaim

Qasr Al Watan named as one of the best landmarks in the world

Qasr Al Watan named as one of the best landmarks in the world
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Abu Dhabi is used to being in the spotlight.

In the past few months alone the city has been named as one of the friendliest in the world and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque was also voted as one of the best landmarks in the world.

We already knew that we lived in an amazing city, but stillwe don’t mind getting all the plaudits from people around the world.

Now another Abu Dhabi landmark has been given welcome acclaim as Qasr Al Watan has been named among the best arts landmarks in the world.

The Abu Dhabi landmark was named among the top 20 greatest contemporary culture and arts landmarks in the world by travel and tourism website

Among other attributes, Qasr Al Watan was ranked highly for being unique, showcasing cultural and historical heritage.

Not visited yet? What are you waiting for?

Qasr Al Watan, part of the Presidential Palace, is open to the public for daily tours.

A total of of 149,000 unique pieces of silver, crystal and china were used in the construction of the palace, that was completed in 2017.

Visitors are able to explore a host of facilities and attractions during their visit including the extensive gardens, great hall, library, visitors centre, courtyard and more.

Plus, in the evening a sound and light show brings the building to life and celebrates the culture and heritage of the UAE.

Tickets for the tours, which take place daily between 10am and 8pm, cost Dhs60 for adults and Dhs30 for children aged four to 17, with special garden-only tickets available for Dhs25 for adults and Dhs12 for children aged four to 17.
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