Saadiyat Island Cultural District Exhibition
International travelers have got individual choices and preferences behind choosing a specific destination for touring. Though they choose these destinations depending upon these, one thing that goes common for all of them is – they want to globetrot! Exploring various destinations of the world is their single-point objective and that is the only element that keeps attracted towards some famous and lesser known places.
For every type of traveler, whether seasoned or occasional, Abu Dhabi is a top preference. Those who frequently come down here already know that innumerable fun and frolicking opportunities exist here. Evidently, Abu Dhabi is counted amongst the best places to travel.
Abu Dhabi presents a whole range of options to frisk at – regardless of whether you want to idle around its finely maintained seashores, wish to go on a desert safari, taste the very original Arabian dishes or dig into the cultural heritage here!
As a travel enthusiast and cultural buff excited about the knowing the heritage profusion in various geographies, you must visit the Saadiyat Island to witness the cultural district exhibition. This exhibition is one of the two that TDIC holds. One of these is staged at Manarat Al Saadiyat over the Saadiyat Island during the other at the Emirates Palace.
To view the splendor of Saadiyat Island Cultural District Exhibition, you have to reach Manarat Al Saadiyat. If you have taken a special package, you will be taken here in a special vehicle. You may reach here on your own too by travelling on the Sheikh Khalifa Bridge from Mena Port. On reaching the E12 Highway, you can spot the signboards to reach Manarat Al Saadiyat.
The view here is truly panoramic given the size of the building which has been artistically raised in the area of 15400 Sq. Mtr. The exhibitions are organized in halls and comprise the mesmerizing collections of Larry Gagosian, Mesopotamia and of course, Disorientation II – The Rise and Fall of Arab Cities.
In this exhibition, you should be ready for an interactive session wherein The Saadiya Chronicle is depicted. It embraces the entire historical events and is all about the Saadiyat future. The Saadiyat Island Cultural District Exhibition is open on all days and can be visited during 10 in the morning to 8 in the evening.When visiting Abu Dhabi, you must essentially include Saadiyat Island Cultural District Exhibition. Ask the tour operator for a package that consists of many other entertaining facilities too