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Sheikh Zayed Mosque

Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street, 5th St, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
+971 2 419 1919
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Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street, 5th St, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
+971 2 419 1919
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Insping architecture with a hummble muslim understanding. Very impressive but not in a way that impossible to reach. Whenever i visit this moque gives me happiness, joy and connection. ( Ps; It is well managed and maintained) This mosque is the real reflection of muslim...More

Thank Burcu B
Reviewed yesterday

I went there many times and it is always unique experience. Amazing place! All my guests like it the most. Volunteers there are beyond kindness. One of them helped me to find my father who prayed i'n male's section and plus was ultra kind to...More

Thank Shamsa01
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ladies do need to cover themselves upon entering, you a provided with an abaya. There are certain places in the mosque where you need to remove your shoes. It is a great place to visit beautiful details, worth seeing. Just don't drop your phone I...More

Thank stephanien05
Reviewed yesterday

Great place to visit. Its big, bright and breath taking. Don't worry about what you wear, the entrance has traditional attire to put over your clothes if you are not dressed appropriately.

Thank leethepee
Reviewed yesterday

A nice place to visit. Marvellously built. Can visit with family. If required, visitors are provided with clothes which can be worn over already worn dresses.

Thank Avinash S
Reviewed yesterday

This is worth seeing during the day and at sunset. Avoid times for prayer as the main areal is closed. The quality and workmanship is incredible and it is the largest mosque in the world.

Thank Mjhole
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Go half an hour before sunset to experience the mosque during the day and night, it's absolutely beautiful.

Thank Niamh C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful mosque! Great for pictures, specially during golden hour! You need to be covered by they do supply the traditional and required attire for free at the entrance.

Thank SoPixie
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Like most modern mosques there seems to be no shortage of money when they design and build these places of worship. It is spectacular to look at from the outside and even better on the inside. The carpet and the chandeliers are beautiful and the...More

Thank bgee123
Reviewed 2 days ago

Absolutely beautiful! Such a awe inspiring place!, Everything is on such a big scale it’s mind blowing how they got it all built. Please make sure you do a group tour as you really get the best out of the whole experience. Thank you to...More

Thank allisonwheeler17
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Ahmed M
November 12, 2017|
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Response from | Reviewed this property |
It’s open from 9-9 if I recall...tripod..No...a guy in my group had one and they didn’t allow it...strict policies in certain areas
Viraj D
November 6, 2017|
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Response from Karol_Paris | Reviewed this property |
Hi, To dissipate any confusion, there is no obligation to wear an abaya. I went with a group and we were all dressed in slacks and long sleeve jackets or sweaters, added a head covering (a simple long scarf will do) and... More
November 2, 2017|
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Response from Peter C | Reviewed this property |
You can borrow an abaya, no problem. But if you simply wear more conservative clothing......long pants and long sleeves, you should be fine.