By Nihan Ashraf 02/02/2023

Explore The Emirati Culture At Qaryat Al Torath Heritage Village!

The Qaryat Al Torath Heritage Village may be reached from the nation's capital in roughly one hour and a half.

It is located in the Ain Al Fayda neighbourhood of Al Ain, which is the beautiful garden city and the heritage heartland of Abu Dhabi.

It is comprised of 32 souk (market stalls) that offer a wide selection of traditional Emirati dishes and handicrafts.

While viewing traditional attire, spices, perfumes, date palm goods, and other accessories, visitors can watch Bedouin (nomadic Arab) women creating stunning crafts.

This is a great place to get something to remember your trip by or to buy gifts for people back home.

Several restaurants offer authentic Emirati food, such as traditional tea, Arabic dishes, and sweets that are hard to resist.

Daily hours of operation for the Qaryat al Torath Heritage Village are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

The Qaryat al Torath Heritage Village has a 5 DHS entry fee per person that must be paid in order to enter.

It is highly recommended that go to Qaryat Al Torath Heritage Village if you want to learn about Abu Dhabi's rich cultural heritage.