Things to do in Al Ain

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    Hili Archeological Park

    4 reviews

    nice place in the world. ..

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    Wadi Adventure

    3 reviews

    Surfing in the desert? Yep,and I'm not talking about surfing sand dunes either. I'm talking about a two meter (6.75 feet ) high right handed wave of chlorinated water in the shadow of Jebel Hafeet smack dab in the middle of the Arabian desert. Only in the UAE (the United Arab Emirates), that's the country where you'll find Dubai, could ...

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    Town Square

    3 reviews

    The Town Square is a wide open, old-fashion pedestrain only meeting place in the middle of Al Ain, your far more than average, atypical desert oasis. The square is like the town itself, progressive, international and friendly. Indian, Thai, Philippino, Lebanese, and Chinese food all available for your dining pleasure at Town Square.

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    Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort

    2 reviews

    This puts all other zoos to shame. I normally don't visit zoos but I had heard very good things about this place. Sadly many of the animals here are endangered and this is a chance for them to live without fear of poachers. The animals are healthy and well-fed. Their enclosures are adequate. There are guards everywhere that ensure people ...

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    Al Bawadi Mall

    2 reviews

    Al Bawadi Mall is the newest edition to Al Ain's mall scene. There's an 8 screen cinema with all the latest Hollywood and Bollywood blockbusters, an ice skating rink, a plastic ski slope/luge run, a bowling alley and an indoor kiddy park in addition to the usual line up of high-end retail and fast food joints you've come to expect ...

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    Al Jahli Park

    2 reviews

    Easily one of the most pleasant parks in Al Ain, this attractively landscaped and manicured public space is open to all (even single men). The evocative Jahli Fort just adjacent provides a stunning background. No dogs, barbecues or shisha allowed.

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    Empty Quarter

    1 review

    The largest desert in the world, the Rub al-Khali, or Empty Quarter, is just around the corner from Al AIn. Cross the Oman/UAE border and take the road to Ibri. Once you're there, follow the signs for Ramlat Khalia at the main roundabout in Ibri, go right at the first radio-tower turret, drive an hour through the PDO oilfields and ...

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    Green Mubazzara

    1 review

    Arab family fun at its finest - barbecues & burkas, hookahs & hejabs and a great example of an Arabian obsession - the greenification of the desert. Thanks to the underlying aquifer, there's water a plenty to feed the grass and water plants that scale the sides of barren Jabel Hafeet. Segregated bathhouses serve as acceptable ways to sample the ...

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    Al Qattara Oasis

    1 review

    What could be more evocative of old Arabia than an oasis of date palms clustered around the ruins of a castle in the desert? The fort at the edge of the palms has been lovingly restored and now acts as a center for the arts where you can take classes on Arabic calligraphy, pottery and photography. They also host cultural ...

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    United Arab Emirates University

    1 review

    The first university in the United Arab Emirates, UAEU also has the bragging rights as being one of the first uni's in the world to implement mobile technology via the iPad into the classroom environment. The architecture of the Crescent Building would be a skateboarder's delight if not for the tight security. Nevertheless, the campus is well with a tour ...

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    Bin Hamooda Mosque

    1 review

    Stylized after Marrakech's famous Al Koutobia Mosque, this place of worship has an Islamic Center for anyone interested studying the Quran and desperate entrances for male and female worshipers. If you're just interested in taking photos, dawn and dusk are the best times to capture the beautiful architecture in the light it deserves.

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