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Living and working in Abu Dhabi as a teacher
10th June 2014

Abu Dhabi is full of islands, culture, heritage, iconic landmarks, and attractions. Living in the capital gives you the opportunity to try out something new all year round whether you’re into adventure or looking for a peaceful retreat.


Visit the majestic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, where you can learn about Abu Dhabi’s culture and religion, or go down to the Abu Dhabi Corniche which includes kids’ play areas, hotels, restaurants, and the beach. You could also head towards Al Ain to check out the Camel Market or stay at the Emirates Park Resort for a relaxing getaway. Al Ain is also home to Oasis City which features water channels and plantations.

Things to do

Horse riding, motorsports, golf, biking tours, camel racing, and seaplane tours are just some of the fancy activities you can experience in Abu Dhabi. There are several deserts and many islands in the Emirate such as Liwa Desert, Sir Bani Yas Island, Reem Island, Saadiyat Island, and more that you can explore over the weekends. Adrenaline seekers can check out Yas Water World and Ferrari World which include rides that break world records.

Living in Abu Dhabi

Studios start from AED 62,000 per annum in Al Reem Island. One-bedroom apartments can be rented for AED 75,000, two-bedroom apartments from AED 90,000, and three-bedroom townhouses from AED 125,000 per year in Al Reef. If you’re looking to invest, studios in Al Ghadeer can be bought for AED 500,000 onwards, one-bedroom apartments from AED 700,000, and two-bedroom townhouses from AED 1.4 million.

To find out more about living in Abu Dhabi, visit our office in Al Raha Beach or call +971 2 556 4122.

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