Al Ain Oasis
Al-Ain Oasis (Arabic: وَاحَة ٱلْعَيْن, romanized: Wāḥat Al-ʿAyn, "Oasis of the Spring") is the largest oasis in the city of Al Ain, within the Eastern Region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.
It is located in Al-Mutawa'a District in central Al-Ain, and east of Al-Jahili District. The border between Al-Ain City and the Omani town of Al Buraimi is to the northwest. Adjacent to the oasis are Al Ain National Museum and Sultan Bin Zayed Fort to the east, and Al Ain Palace Museum to the west. To south is Al Ain Sports Club and Jabal Al-Naqfah, a ridge of Jebel Hafeet. To the southwest are Al Ain Etisalat Building and the Oasis Hospital. Al Ain Oasis is also known as Al-Jahily Falaj. It was built by Zayed the Grand.