There are a number of exciting things to look forward to in Abu Dhabi as its reputation as a destination grows.

Abu Dhabi is currently going through a lot of exciting changes that are making it one of the most appealing places to visit.

The newly-formed Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (ADTCA) has held its first meeting and discussed a number of changes taking place across the emirate.

It noted that the great activities it has on offer, coupled with the rising number of visitors who are travelling to the state each year, is making it an appealing holiday destination.

ADTCA chairman Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan noted the change was being encouraged by “a vibrant calendar of world-class events, increased air access with the arrival into Abu Dhabi of new carriers and the expansion of Etihad Airways’ network”.

Abu Dhabi is also growing in reputation as a place to play golf, with the emirate recently being awarded the Golf Journal’s newcomer destination of the year trophy after picking up a record-breaking 77,721 points from the judges.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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