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A visit to Al Boom Tourist Village would be incomplete if one did not traverse the still waters on a wooden dhow in one of the village’s most popular attractions. Feast your pallets on a delectable buffet of delicacies on board an afternoon cruise that takes visitors along the creek with magnificent views of the towering city all around. The dinner time cruise is equally enticing as it features the finest seafood dishes and barbequed fare while moonlit views of the sky scraping surroundings creates a magical and romantic atmosphere almost instantly.
The village also houses two exquisite restaurants including the Al Areesh where traditional Arabic cuisines, Gulf specialties and international favourites are served for lunch and dinner. The barjeel themed Al Dhaleez restaurant is also worth the visit for its scrumptious deserts and salads while diners also have the option of enjoying their treats in the privacy of five chalets that are located facing the eateries.
As a preferred wedding venue, the village also offers four distinct and individually decorated banquet halls named Rashid, Latifa, Hareb and Adhary. Designed in keeping with Middle Eastern values and modern standards of elegance and luxury, these exquisite banquet halls serve as the perfect setting for weddings and other grand social events.
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