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Guide to Al Ain Abu Dhabi

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First and foremost, the name - Al Ain translates to "spring" in Arabic and is known as the "Garden City" due to its lush greenery. Al Ain, Abu Dhabi's second-largest city, is also notable for being the birthplace of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the UAE's first president. Al-Ain Oasis is the largest of Al Ain's seven oasis, with Al-Jahili Oasis being the smallest. The qant irrigation system is aided by these oases. A Qant is a slanted underground conduit having a series of vertical access troughs and a mild slope. It is used to transport water from an aquifer beneath a hill. Al-Ain has its own bottled water, Al Ain Water, which has become the UAE's leading bottled water brand, in addition to the several oases that provide palm trees and water farms. If you ever stay in one of the Hilton Hotels in the UAE or fly with Emirates Airlines, be sure to try the water in Al Ain.

AL AIN'S ATTRACTIVENESS:

  • Al Ain's Jebel Hafeet Mountain is a popular tourist destination. It reaches a height of 4,098 feet above sea level and offers a spectacular view of the city. A radio station, a tourist centre, and a hotel are located on the hilltop.
  • At the foothill, the Green Mubazarrah is a major attraction. Visitors to this sliver of heaven in an otherwise bleak land will find jacuzzis, hot springs, swimming pools, and even a lake. The Al Ain Zoo is another destination on the slopes of the Jebel Hafeet Mountain. Antelopes, gazelles, and oryxes are the major attractions. White lions, which are highly endangered, can also be found at the Al Ain Zoo.
  • The Al Ain Palace Museum is unique in that it provides insight into the lives of former UAE President Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his family. The Al Ain Mall caters to all shopaholics. The mall will include around 400 mid-to-high-end stores as well as a five-star hotel when it is finished.
  • Al-Ain is a city that is full of surprises. After all, it takes a brave explorer to recognise the oasis for what it is, rather than a mirage.

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THINGS TO DO AT AI AIN:

  • Don't miss the Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum.
Sheikh Zayed, who subsequently became the president of the United Arab Emirates, used to live at this palace. The residence of the Arab monarchy was recently restored to its former look. The majority of the information throughout the palace is in Arabic, so familiarise yourself with some history before you go.
  • Photograph in front of Jebel Hafeet.
Al-Ain is recognised for its picturesque views, and the Jebel Hafeet is one of the contributing causes to that scenery. Tourists can drive up to the peaks of the mountains that encircle the area for spectacular views of the town and oases below. The road up is small and twisting, so take care.
  • The Al-Jahili Fort is awe-inspiring.
The Al-Jahili Fort was a historical monument that was repaired by a sheikh to serve as a vacation residence before being transformed into an information centre and exhibition space. The photography of British adventurer, explorer, and writer Wilfred Thesiger is one of the most popular exhibitions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Actually it is a very safe and secure city for both the locals as well as expatriates too but some caution should be taken when it comes to following local customs. The UAE is very conservative whereas Dubai and Abu Dhabi are become westernized in recent years but Al Ain Abu Dhabi is still very traditional.

Basically the country has been establishing the international partnerships to produce crops and on the other hand last week Mawarid Holding signed an agreement with the Chinese Chongqing Earthskin Eco technology to implement the desert soilisation technologies in the different parts of the Al Ain Abu Dhabi desert.

The distance between the Al Ain city and Abu Dhabi is 141 km and the road distance is 159 km.

The amazing places where we can visit in Al Ain Abu Dhabi are the following:

  • Al Ain Abu Dhabi zoo
  • Al Jahili fort
  • Al Ain Abu Dhabi oasis 
  • Jebel Hafeet

The summary about the cost of living in Al Ain Abu Dhabi, UAE is the family of the four estimated monthly costs are 2,775$ or (10,194 AED) and it is without rent and the single person estimated monthly costs are 811$ or (2,981 AED) without the rent.

The distance between the Al Ain Abu Dhabi city and Dubai is 109 km and the road distance is 132.5 km and the best way to visit the Al Ain Abu Dhabi city to Dubai without the car is from bus and the line 104 bus which almost takes 3h 49m and it costs AED 30 – AED 45.

Al Ain Abu Dhabi is 4,000 years old.

Actually the word Al Ain Abu Dhabi means the spring in Arabic and it is called the garden city which owing to the greenness of this bustling city and it is also known for being the birthplace of the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan who was the first president of UAE and Al Ain Abu Dhabi is the second largest city of Abu Dhabi.

If we compare with Dubai then Al Ain Abu Dhabi is approximately 6% cheaper to live overall considering the food, clothes, transport and entertainment and so housing costs are 11% more expensive than in Dubai.

The driving time is approx. 1h 29min and the shortest distance from airline between the Abu Dhabi and Al Ain Abu Dhabi is 88.30 mi or 142.11 km and the shortest route between Abu Dhabi and Al Ain Abu Dhabi is 99.30 mi or 159.80 km which is according to the route planner.

Yes there are public beaches in Al Ain Abu Dhabi, Dubai.

The opening hours of museum in this city is from Saturday to Thursday i.e., from 8:30 am to 7:30 pm, the Monday is closed and on Friday, it opens from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

The Abu Dhabi is mostly commercial and more costly than Al Ain Abu Dhabi whereas Al Ain Abu Dhabi is small but it is sweet and pleasant.

Yes the cost of living in Al Ain Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) is 21% cheaper than in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).

The quickest way to get from Al Ain Abu Dhabi city to Dubai airport (DXB) is from taxi which costs AED 260 – AED 320 and it takes 1h 24 m.

It is the garden city of the Arab nation which is an oasis town as it is located next to the Omani town of Buraimi ans the Al Ain Abu Dhabi is famous for the lively, bustling Camel Souk, attracting breeders and buyers from all over the UAE which is including the merchants and shepherds from the AI Rashaidah tribes.

Camel breeders and purchasers from all over the UAE, including merchants and shepherds from the Al Rashaidah tribes, flock to Al Ain's colourful, busy Camel Souk.

Both expatriates and locals will find Al Ain to be a relatively safe and secure city, but caution should be given when following local customs. The United Arab Emirates are conservative, but while Dubai and Abu Dhabi have become more westernised in recent years, Al Ain has remained conservative.

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