Al Ain Plaza

Take a stroll around Al Ain Plaza, originally a meeting point for traders in the city center, where many residents spend a few hours of their days discussing news, playing the traditional game of mangaleh, and oftentimes exchanging books.

The plaza remains a point of gathering for cultural events. Al Ain means ‘spring’ in Arabic and the plaza is so-named because water from a nearby mountain spring used to pool here and locals came to collect their water from it.

Al Ain Plaza

  • Price: Public area

  • Opening hours: Open at all times

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