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Reviewed April 30, 2018 via mobile

Away from the mall culture, in the midst of desert lies this rather beautiful oasis with large trees and nice canal system. You could hop for a electric cart ride for 20 AED PER HEAD or rent a bike for 30 AED.

Thank Peripatetic_Farrukh
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Reviewed April 27, 2018 via mobile

Such an awesome place to go wandering. You feel yourself cast back centuries as you stroll past the palm trees and waterways. Very atmospheric and when we went during the week it was gorgeously quiet.

Thank libero7
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Reviewed April 27, 2018 via mobile

This is a must place to visit in Al Ain. It was a hot day and we thought we will just Look for maybe 10-20 mins but we were ther for almost hours. We decided to pay for buckie tour (20 aed per person) we had fantastic guide tour Mr. lucky ( Pakistan guy) and we didn’t need to walk in thousand of hectares there. He showed us around even Al Ain National Museum and 200 years old date trees. And you must visit Eco exhibition it was brilliant. It was hot day and very fantastic trip. Highly recommend.

Thank louiszeena
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Reviewed April 7, 2018

It is not open for everyone. It is only for tourist, so you better have your passports with you if you want to get admitted. It is like paradise in the desert. It has hanging date trees. No one will say anything if you pick some dates and eat them, delicious.

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Reviewed April 3, 2018 via mobile

Hard to get in... just walking paths. Not really much to see for a UNESCO site ???
Toilets weren’t working. Odd

Thank Dianne_and_Dave
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