Amidst the desert, Al Ain presents a dazzling setting of being overlooked by a tremendous mountain Jebel Hafeet along with vigorous greenery and luxuriant oasis. It is situated closely to Abu Dhabi city. Settled since almost 3000 BC, historically Al Ain is one of world’s oldest inhibit civilizations. The city is abundant in picture perfect forts.
Al Ain is known as the ‘Garden City’ mainly because of its lush greenery. It is famous and known for its beautiful palm groves and soothing natural springs which is why it is also called the ‘Inland Oasis City’. It borders with Oman on the Easters side.
Remains of tombs are present on the old mountain Jebel Hafeet, whose peak towers the city and gives a tremendous overview. Al Hili Archeological Park and the Central Al Ain National Museum display the remains of the old and rich age of Al Ain’s heritage. ‘Jebel Hafeet Desert Park’ or ‘Meyzad Desert Park’ includes Mount Hafeet and the old beehive tombs.
Al Ain as a city experiences a hot desert like climate which features extremely long and hot summers along with warm winters.
|Country||United Arab Emirates|
As per UAE Laws
|Languages Spoken||Arabic (official), English, Farsi, Urdu, Malayalam, Hindi|
|Currency Used||Arab Emirate Dirham|