Al Ain parks draw crowds during Eid
AL AIN: Eid Al Adha celebrations continued for the second day in a row in the city of Al Ain. The city’s residents and visitors flocked to recreational parks and shopping centres, where they enjoyed various activities and shopping amid the commitment to the preventive measures against COVID-19.
The public parks, Al Mubarrazah area, Jebel Hafeet, and other tourist and recreational sites in the city atracted a large number of residents and visitors to enjoy the atmosphere of Eid.
The Arabic-english-urdu information signs installed at the entrances to parks, recreational parks and commercial centres, aimed at educating visitors about the safety protocols. The visitors showed a full commitment to the instructions issued by the concerned authorities.
Teams of Al Ain City Municipality have been deployed in the parks to ensure that the public adhered to preventive and precautionary measures.
Furthermore, the companies undertaking cleaning work in the city and the intensification of their activities during the days of Eid contributed to maintaining the cleanliness of the city.
An earlier report said Al Ain Zoo has announced its timings during Eid Al Adha for families, tourists and wildlife lovers from 9:00 am till 8:00 pm, from July 19th till July 22nd.
The zoo features the thrilling experience of witnessing the feeding of the world’s dangerous predators like African lions and crocodiles, the unique Hippo and Crocodile Exhibit, the House of Big Cats and many other adventurous areas.
In addition, visitors get an inside look at the lives of animals by watching the training and rehabilitation programmes of monkeys and listening to the stories of the zookeepers who will be sharing their experiences and the secret lives of lions, lemurs, chimpanzees, Asian and African animals and reptiles.
The Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre, also open daily throughout Eid, provides a wide range of entertaining and culture-rich experiences for the whole family, including activities like colouring potery, and making animal face-masks at the Village of Clay, puppet theatre, and traditional crats. Visitors can enrol in the Desert Programme to learn more about camels, desert owls, the traditions and protocols of Arab hospitality and coffee making, in addition to the environmental need to recycle plastics.