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This is the most amazing building I have ever been in this world! Let alone the place is spiritual. If you are traveling to Abu Dhabi you NEED to visit or you are missing out an incredible experience! Absolutely amazing!
the second biggest Mosque worldwide, fascinating place, white Domes and arches, white marble huge from external, fantastic chandeliers and colored glace form inside ... it is one of the most visited places in Abu Dhabi and united Arab emirates.
Funny thing is that I've been here in Abu Dhabi since 2014 but I haven't seen Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque not until 2018 of October. I saw it from Afar going / from Airport and its Marvelous..what more when you're inside...
Me and my colleagues...More
My brother and his family came to visit me here in Abu Dhabi. I took them to see the Grand Mosque and they were awed of the grandeur of the mosque. Most importantly it is free admission and staff were helpful especially with the young...More
This is one of two must sees in Abu Dhabi. The other one is the Louvre Abu Dhabi. Visiting the mosque is an interesting experience and even though I have lived in Abu Dhabi for many years, I always look forward to taking my visitors...More
A real gem in the United Arab Emirates. A Must visit when you are in Abu Dhabi or Dubai..... Worth every review you have read and heard. From the structure to the carpets to the chandelier, every thing is a beauty eyond imagination.
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Yes, non Muslim tourists can visit the Mosque. Only time not allowed are during weekly services and holidays. Women are required to have arms covered to wrist, long loose pants or skirt covering to ankles and full head... More
Yes, non Muslim tourists can visit the Mosque. Only time not allowed are during weekly services and holidays. Women are required to have arms covered to wrist, long loose pants or skirt covering to ankles and full head cover. If you do not have proper clothes, they will provide a full one-piece covering. All visitors are also required to remove their shoes to visit the Mosque.
We highly recommend arriving to participate in a guided tour. The guides are excellent and the experience is more complete that just borrowing a headset. You are also escorted through the interior which other visitors are not. The tour is free and you can ask all your questions. This was one of the highlights of our trip to the Middle east and I highly recommend the visit and the important of being respectful during your time there.