Abu Dhabi Live Wonder The Abu Dhabi Lifestyle

Live the Abu Dhabi life

Make lifelong memories in this dynamic city on the water, where days are warm and sunny, and people enjoy the good things in life.

Food Of The City

Food markets

Whether it’s fish fresh off the boat, or a rainbow of crisp fruit and vegetables piled high in crates, Abu Dhabi’s bustling food markets offer tastes from around the world.

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Train at the F1 arena

Every Sunday and Tuesday, the iconic Yas Marina Circuit opens to the public to provide a unique training course for running, walking and cycling.


Dives of your life

The crystal clear waters around Abu Dhabi are home to some of world’s most beautiful spots for amateur and experienced divers, as well as abundant marine life and wrecks to explore.

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Relocating to a new country can be an exciting prospect. From how to find a school, to renting a home by the sea, find everything you need to know about life in Abu Dhabi.

Water sports in Abu Dhabi

From kayaking through protected mangroves, to Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP), diving and kitesurfing on open water, Abu Dhabi's coastal location makes it a watersports hotspot.

Don't miss the annual Al Dhafra Watersports Festival, which takes place every April, and where you can see the biggest names in sailing and watersports compete.

Sports in Abu Dhabi

Sports enthusiasts will find plenty of options in Abu Dhabi, where you can participate in almost any team or individual sport, from jiu-jitsu to touch rugby. There is also a wide selection of gyms offering every discipline from Muay Thai boxing to CrossFit.

Cycling in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi has ambitions to transform itself into a cycling and walking- friendly emirate by 2020. In 2013, it opened Al Wathba Cycle Track, a 16-km circuit on the outskirts of the city that is a regular destination for cycling enthusiasts. Don't worry if you don't have your own bike; you can rent one on-site.

Nearer the city, the Corniche offers an uninterrupted 12km-stretch of cycling path; while Yas Island and Al Raha Beach offer an affordable 24-hr bike share scheme, with 50 stations and over 300 bikes across Abu Dhabi.

Dining out

Abu Dhabi's dining scene is rich and varied, with around 400 restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world. In accordance with Islam, all meat is halal. Alcohol is served in hotels across the emirate, and sold in specially licensed stores.