A High‑tech Oasis in the Desert
the Unites States, and South Africa. To take your steak to the next level of indulgence, you can enhance your meal with grilled Omani lobster tail or seared scallops.
Delve into the history of Abu Dhabi by spending a day in the Oasis City, Al Ain.
Just an hour-and-a-half’s drive from the city centre, Al Ain is one of the oldest permanently inhabited settlements in the world, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But that is not the only reason why the Garden City is so revered.
Al Ain Oasis has been opened as the UAE’S first curated UNESCO World Heritage site visitor experience – and what an experience it is. One of the knowledgeable guides takes you through the history of the oasis, including the traditional irrigation system that has been in use for centuries. A multi-media exhibition uses interactive, digital storyboards to explain the cultural history of the area. The lush oasis covers 1,200 hectares and contains thousands of trees and lush vegetation. The Al Ain Oasis, which combines history and natural beauty, is well worth a visit.
Abu Dhabi has so much to offer travellers – from those who wish to relax the days away on a beach holiday, to those who prefer being in the centre of the city’s action, all the way to vacationers who wish to delve into history. This is more than just a city at the height of modernity, it is a place where treasured memories and unforgettable moments are made.