Why I Would Recommend My True Friend to Visit Al Ain Essentially, United Arab Emirates has several spectacular places that can fascinate tourists especially from far countries who are not used to the culture. Perhaps one of them is Al Ain, which is a city within a city and a spectacular place within Abu Dhabi that anyone who has not been to the Emirates will enjoy. This is especially so because Al Ain is rich in historical and Muslim culture. I would particularly recommend my true friend who is not from my country to visit Al Ain due to its significance within the United Arab Emirates. Due to the many captivating sceneries and magnificent culture found in Al Ain, I would highly recommend my best friend to visit Al Ain in case they have the chance to visit the United Arab Emirates, especially if they do not come from the Middle East. Since the Al Ain city dates back to three thousand B.C., it is worthy to note that it is rich in culture and attractions. The name came from its environment meaning ‘water fountain’ and due to the numerous attractions within the city, Al Ain is presently considered as the cultural heritage of United Arab Emirates. Additionally, the city, commonly known as the ‘city of parks,’ has many fountains of waters that are responsible for its green appearance despite its location in the Arabian Desert. Perhaps this phenomenon makes it one of the few green cities within the Arabian Gulf and one would only be astonished at this fact. For instance, one would be captivated at the sight of Green Mubazzarah, which is a green region between desert and mountains and can provide the perfect ambience and relaxation as one enjoys the warm breeze. Perhaps some of the most interesting places to visit within the city include the ‘Al Ain National Museum’ and the ‘Al Ain Palace Museum’. Due to their distinct architecture and artifacts, the museums offer the best historical facts and artifacts within the Arabian region, considering that Al Ain is the second largest city in the United Arab Emirates. Other major attractions within Al Ain include the Carmel market where various traders flock in regularly to buy and sell camels, and the Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort. Indeed, any visitor to Al Ain would not be bored considering the wide array of top-notch hotels like the Ayla hotel and the Al Massa Hotel Apartment. In addition, the transport facilities at Al Ain are unmatched considering the high number of tours and travel companies and private taxis within the city. Above all, the residents of Al Ain are very humble and hospitable people. Despite the fact that Al Ain is located within Abu Dhabi, it is astonishing to see many residents of Dubai and other Middle East nationals flocking in to Al Ain every year for holidays. This definitely means that Al Ain has some things in offer that are not found anywhere else. Apart from the rich Muslim culture experienced in Al Ain, it is also worthy to note that the visitors will be treated to a wide array of sporting, arts, and recreational activities that will keep them captivated for their entire period of stay.