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Monday, November 18, 2013

U.A.E. National Day Events 2013

UAE Turning 42! 

The United Arab Emirates standing as one strong united force for 42 years now and being home to many expat residents from different countries cultures and diversities. This is truly a global village; a real fast paced developing country!
Aren’t we all equally excited about the 42nd national day just round the corner? Irrespective of whether a national or an expatriate, for each and every one this is the time to unite as one to enjoy and take pride in this prestigious country. We are all eagerly looking forward to the amazing events that will enlighten us during this occasion. Let’s have a sneak peek into the events

Abu Dhabi:
13 fireworks displays - at seven Abu Dhabi sites (Abu Dhabi Corniche, Yas Island, Khor Al Maqtta, Al Ain, Madinat Zayed, Delma Island and Sila) and a total of 63,410 shots fired during the National Day weekend, enjoy mega celebrations and a blockbuster emirate-wide programme.

Abu Dhabi Corniche
A 12-minute fireworks show will run at Abu Dhabi Corniche on December 1st and 2nd at 9pm.The Corniche will also come alive with a mammoth activity plan of entertainment and games to engage all families and nationalities and the Emirates Heritage Club will mount additional attractions at its Corniche Breakwater Heritage Village, which will be open from 9am until 10pm on December 2nd. In addition to its usual attractions, there will be a traditional market and handicraft demonstrations of leatherware, glassware and knife production. The club will also have a traditional rowing boat available to take up to 10 people at a time on a trip along the Corniche. The trips will be free and run every half hour from 4.3pm until 7pm.

Yas Island
December 2nd will see thousands of cars decorated in the colours of the UAE national flag gather to bid for entry into the Guinness World Records. The parade route will start at du Forum, Yas Island, and cover more than 3.5 kilometres.  A three-minute fireworks show will bring to a close the Yas Island National Day parade celebrations at 8pm. A free-to-attend concert with an Arab singing star will be held in du Forum, after the fireworks display. Details of the star performer will be announced shortly.

Khor Al Maqta
Three-minute shows will run on December 1st and 2nd at Khor Al Maqta – in front of the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr hotel with firing at 8.30pm. The show will spread out across the water to be visible to people dining out at the hotels and the souk, which flank the channel.

Al Ain
In Abu Dhabi’s heritage heartland, 10 minute shows will run at 8.30pm on December 1st and 2nd at Hili Fun City, with entry to the park being free. Also planned for the weekend is the Al Ain Aerobatic Show which takes off at Al Ain International Airport from November 30 – December 2 and will have the Oasis City’s biggest on-ground family entertainment extravaganza.

Al Gharbia
In the Western Region, seven-minute shows will run at 8.30pm on December 1st and 2nd  in Madinat Zayed and on Delma Island, and three-minute shows will run at 8.30 pm in Sila on December 1st and 2nd.

 Motorists violating an Abu Dhabi Police guideline for car decoration and car parades during National Day celebrations will attract hefty penalties including confiscation of cars, a Dh1,000 fine and 12 black points.

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