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The mosque was stunningly beautiful and so elegant. It was nice to walk around. Unfortunately, the people that work at the different locations, especially the men, did not make me feel welcome instead made me feel uncomfortable. If people are traveling to other cultures and to see sights from other religions, isn't that a positive way to learn more about others? Why can't these people recognize that and be more welcoming and open? I find that Abu Dhabi is less open and inviting in terms of attitude of the locals. In contrast, Dubai is much more open, welcoming and the locals are so nice to expatriates as well as to tourists. They could learn a lot from their neighbours.
I think that the mosque could be managed and operated with much more professionalism and an open willingness to receive people that are not Muslim.
amishak136 South Africa
We were fetched late from the hotel, waited for more than an hour for our transport. The mini van we went in was so packed and we were so squashed in that I could sit back in my seat properly without my shoulders touching the person next to me. It was very uncomfortable. A more spacious vehicle should have been provided. The highlight of the tour was the mosque but this was left to last so the visit to the mosque was so rushed. Less time should have been allocated at the dates market and the carpet shop. Important attractions need to be prioritized hence this was not worth what was paid for.
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