About Al Ain
A vital green oasis (also known as the Oasis City) which was once on the caravan route from the UAE to Oman. “Al Ain” meaning (“The Spring” in Arabic) is fed by the natural waters originating in the rocky heights that surrounding it. Set among the lush oases and towering palm plantations, the “Oasis City” is one and a half hour drive from Abu Dhabi City. Al Ain is one of the world’s oldest permanently inhabited settlements, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the heritage heartland. Al Ain city is located in the eastern part of Abu Dhabi, between longitudes 56,545 east and latitudes 23,45 and 24,40North. It includes the villages and suburbs lying between Umm Al Zamool in the south, Al Faqaa in the north, Umm Ghafa and Saa’ in the east, and Al Khatam and Suwaihan in the western north. The city itself is located in the far eastern south of the UAE.