Situated close to the
In fact the old ‘trickle irrigation’ system, known as the Falaj, practiced in days of old is still in use today to maximise the use of the natural springs in this desert city.
Much of the city’s splendour is due to the massive commitment shown by the first president of the
The town also plays host to one of
Having been an attractive spot for settlement for thousands of years, it is no surprise that archaeological excavations have founded many ancient forts, and settlements. In fact the area used to be known for camel breeding and camel racing. The Camel Market is still an interesting spot to visit.
The museum, parks, zoo, amusement park, and numerous shops all combine to offer visitors to Al Ain a refreshing and delightful experience. If travellers seek hotels in