This place provides a totally different experience. It gives a glimpse of village life in UAE. Market has other livestocks like cows, goats, Birds, other pets and plants.
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Located directly behind Bawadi Mall, this is a great place to visit to see camels of all colours and sizes. The vendors welcome pictures, but sometimes expect a small fee for doing so. The camels are contained and do not pose a risk for those...More
The camels are tame and beautiful, but do not give money to the herders, they can be cheeky! It is not allowed to beg in Abu Dhabi!
It's a great place for tourists. We see many camels of different age and breed. It's fun to watch the activities of camels trading. You will also see other animals like sheep and goat market. This place is adjacent to Bawadi mall which houses many...More
You could either like be this place or dislike it, it's smelly n animals are over crowded in cages. There are beautiful birds n pts to see, also goats n camels. This place made me sad to see animals n birds in cages. My niece...More
Tucked behind Ikea theres a lot more to the market than just camels. We accidentally went during prayer time at the weekend and got the whole place to ourselves, no hassle at all and few of the store owners around. Suited us as we got...More
The UAE has a passion for camels and the Camel Souk in Al Ain is in the heart of it. Camels of all shapes, sizes. The tenders will quickly approach trying to make a few Durhams as you pose for a picture, but truthfully you...More
The famed camel market is not to be missed if you are visiting the UAE and Al Ain in particular. The old market used to stand in open but grass less fields but today the animals that were formerly stand in the sun with legs...More