Visit the wondrous city of Al Ain and witness the different hues of nature coming alive. Al Ain is one of the most naturally rich towns of the United Arab Emirates.
Surrounded by a breathtaking view of mountains and greenery, Al Ain is full of scenic beauties and important landmarks.
Located in the lap of the Jebel Hafeet Mountain, Al Ain is one of the most famous Emirate of Abu Dhabi and forms a significant part of the UAE.
Some important and worthy places to visit in Al Ain include the Al Ain Zoo, the National Museum, Oasis, Sheikh Zayed Palace and of course the Jebel Hafeet mountain range.
The Al Ain zoo is home to over 197 exotic species, each of which resides in naturalistic habitats. The zoo organizes feeding shows and other activities for the tourists on time to time basis and facilitates a healthy interaction between the animals and visitors.
The Al Ain Oasis is the largest Oasis of the city of Al Ain, located in Abu Dhabi and lies in the northernmost part of the Al Mutawa district. The Al Ain National Museum is an excellent abode which traces the human life between the Stone Age and the pre-oil era and is home to some of the world’s finest and oldest antiquities and artworks.
Al Ain is also home to the Middle East’s one and only Bronze Age Site, Hili. The Hili Archeological Park is an absolute heaven for history lovers and wanderers alike.
Lastly, the Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum is the residence of the former President of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. This palace is built using a supreme infusion of Arabic and British Architecture and is one of the most sought after destinations of the Emirates.
One of the most historically rich towns of the Middle East, Al Ain is a land of heritage and modernity, it is an absolute offbeat delight for travelers from all over the world.