NAME THAT COUNTRY Episode 28

All the clues in this post refer to one Ya’lla Tours destination: Bahrain, Cuba, Egypt, Greece, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Turkey, or United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi and Dubai).

We’ll show you images of popular tourist sites in our mystery country, along with descriptions of those sites.

See the bottom of the post for the answer.

CLUE #1

The aquarium pictured below has the largest viewing panel of any aquarium in the world. It’s located inside one of the world’s largest shopping malls in a city that seems to break a new record every year – largest, tallest, most expensive…

CLUE #2

Pictured below are sites in Al Ain, the 4th largest city of our mystery country – Al Jahlili Fort, Al Ain Oasis, the traditional camel market., and Jebel (Mount) Hafeet. Often referred to as the Garden City, Al Ain sits one of this desert country’s largest oases and is known for its many parks and palm groves. The first president of the country was born in Al Ain. 


CLUE #3

The indoor ski park pictured below is located in one of the world’s largest shopping malls, in the largest city of our mystery country. The park includes 5.5 acres runs of varying difficulty, as well as sled and toboggan runs. Resident penguins make the rounds. Ski and snowboard equipment and warm clothing are included in the price of admission.  

Can you name that country?

 

Find the answers below.

Find the answers below.

This week’s mystery country is UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE).

Clue #1 – Dubai Mall Aquarium
Clue #2 – Al Ain, Abu Dhabi
Clue #3 – Ski Dubai, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai

Click to see tours to UAE.

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