Abu Dhabi is called “Manhattan of Near East”. It is situated on the island in north-eastern part of the Persian Gulf in 250 m (820 ft.) away from coasts. Abu Dhabi is the capital of UAE and it is one of the hottest cities in the world. Arid tropical climate means around 57 mm (2.2”) of annual precipitation and temperature up to 50 °C (122 °F).
Dubai is the biggest city in the United Arab Emirates. It is situated on coast of the Persian Gulf. Abu Dhabi lies on plain ground, so there are no obstacles for hot and dry desert air from Rub’ al Khali. Climate of the region is arid with extreme summer temperatures and low to absent precipitation.
The United Arab Emirates is the country on eastern side of the Arabian Peninsula. It is washed by the Persian Gulf. Majority of the country’s territory is the Rub’ al Khali Desert. Exceptionally dry weather with extreme summer heat is common for UAE. Such climate is considered as arid tropical. Hence majority of the resorts is located on coasts of the Gulf.
The United Arab Emirates is the country in Near East. It consists of 7 emirates with absolute monarchy. The country occupies north-eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula and is washed by the Persian Gulf. Abu-Dhabi is the biggest emirate. It occupies 85% of territory of the country. The Rub’ al Khali desert occupies most of territory of UAE.