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LOOK: Arci Muñoz visits mosque, desert in UAE

/ 01:50 PM November 10, 2019

Actress Arci Muñoz jetted off to the picturesque United Arab Emirates, where she enjoyed its sands and architecture.

Muñoz first made her way to Abu Dhabi’s largest mosque, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, as seen in her Instagram post last Friday, Nov. 8.


Following the conservative dress code observed at the mosque, Muñoz wore a long violet dress complete with a hijab of the same color. 

“How I wish I could’ve seen this beautiful place in daylight,” she said in a separate post. “1 day in abu dhabi is bitin (not enough)!!”


After her short stay in Abu Dhabi, the actress made her way to Dubai, as seen in her post yesterday, Nov. 9. Muñoz looked magical as she posed amid the mounds of sand in a desert, with the sun setting behind her.

Muñoz donned a flowing, full-length green dress adorned with intricate white patterns during her time in the Dubai desert. She completed the look with a green cloth that wrapped around the top of her head.

The actress, who is an avid Disney fan, even quoted some lyrics from the song “Arabian Nights” from the animated 1992 Disney film “Aladdin” in one of her posts: “Arabian nights. Like Arabian days.”

Prior to arriving in the United Arab Emirates, Muñoz recently fulfilled her childhood dream of visiting all the Disneyland parks around the globe. The most recent Disney park she went to was Disneyland Shanghai in China. JB


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