we used to bring our visitors here to have a look at the architecture and some interesting displays. Unfortunately, the cool driverless electric cars are not operational at the moment.
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The whole area is under construction, the access to the buildings is quite restricted, as it's a business area. definitely it's not yet a touristic area.
When we visited the students were on vacation, the idea of this project is excellent and it works. Riding in the self driving car was different & fun, also to have the chance to see the architecture, the air tunnel and the area of studies...More
Not alot to see here at the moment, but there is lots of construction work happening. Apparently there used to be driverless cars, which took you from place to place, but now not operational. There are however, PRT pods, also driverless, which usually take you...More
Characterless unfinished block of buildings that are just not attractive- soulless. There are a few coffee shops & grocery stores & a nice South African restaurant. But depressing
In arrival at the front car park we were advised that the 'self driven' cars were no longer in operation. So we had to drive to the back of the building to access the facility. The place was like a ghost town with a handful...More
Visiting Masdar City was like visiting the future. We enjoyed it so much especially the electric car and the design of the buildings.
U can see the plans for sustainable energy they have for this country. When it is open, u can take soar powered energy cars to go from place to place. They have several cafes and restaurants there also
Always wanted to see this unique fascinating concept if self sustainable no carbon print city. It is hard to find proper info, so we went to check on random. Unfortunately it is not what it is "to be". The self driven electric vehicles are not...More
The City is not completed in any way as yet but progressing in the next 20 year plan. Mag Lev trains will whisk everyone around the city and to the main city by air conditioned futuristic buses. We were lucky enough to be able to...More