About Hili Fun City
Unveiled by His Highness Sheikh Tahnoon bin Muhammad Al Nahyan in 1985, Hili Fun City was referred to as the Disneyland of the GCC, hosting visitors from all over the region including several royal families and VIPs.
This much loved theme park reopened on November 27, 2009 after having undergone a complete refurbishment and transformation. Hili Fun City is packed with more than 30 attractions ranging from thrilling rides and adventures to gentle rides for children of all ages and there's plenty for both mum and dad to enjoy too. The fun never stops at Hili Fun City, so come down and have the time of your life.
About Al Ain
Al Ain is a lush green oasis city located approximately 160km east of the capital of the United Arabic Emirates, Abu Dhabi, and 140km South of Dubai. Sitting at the foot of the Hajar mountain range, Al Ain's reputation as the 'Garden City' is due to the 10,000 hectares of green land that comprise its parks and gardens. Translated to mean 'The Spring', Al Ain is the second largest city in the emirate of Abu Dhabi and the birthplace of the late and much loved Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founding father and first president of the United Arab Emirates.
The city is steeped in history and home to some of the most important archaeological discoveries in the country, many of which are on display at the Al Ain National Museum. It also has a variety of shopping malls and entertainment venues such as the Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort. The city also hosts some of the UAE's most acclaimed annual events, such as the Al Ain Aerobatic Show held at the Al Ain International Airport.