Living in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates and its largest Emirate, an increasingly popular touristic and residential hub in the Middle Eastern region. The city of Abu Dhabi lies on the southeastern side of the Arabian Peninsula, adjoining the Arabian Gulf.

As of 2015, the city holds 1.14 million people from all corners of the world. With Emiratis comprising twenty percent of the UAE’s population and expats making up the remaining eighty percent, you can expect to learn from and interact with people from a wide variety of cultures.

Abu Dhabi has a hot desert climate (sunny blue skies) throughout much of the year. Starting from June up until September, the weather is generally hot and humid, with temperatures rising above 38 degrees celcius on average. The cooler season tends to last between November and March.

The city seamlessly blends history with modernism in its varied architecture, landmarks and attractions. Visit to learn plenty more about the countless sites and attractions you can visit and explore. The government of Abu Dhabi has a grand vision for the Emirate by 2030, with transformations to its Economy, Urban Planning, Transportation System, Environment and the city as a whole.