About Abu Dhabi
A City’s Trajectory to Greatness
The largest of the seven emirates and capital of the
UAE, Abu Dhabi’s 67,340 km2 — which includes 400
kilometres of Arabian Gulf coastline and a number of
islands — is home to approximately 800,000 people.
With its state of-the-art infrastructure, world-class
business environment, and tax-free benefits, Abu Dhabi
over the past couple of decades has grown to become a
leading regional commercial hub, and is renowned as one
of the highest per capita income cities in the world.
The wise utilization of Abu Dhabi’s oil wealth to build
a solid trade and commerce infrastructure, and its
promotion of tourism and various related projects have
elevated Abu Dhabi’s status to one deserving of
admiration across the region and the globe.