Al Ain Oasis is spread across 3000 acres has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 2011 and the road, which leads towards Al Ain is a thousand years old trade route. The site houses numerous vegetation that surrounds the oasis and also several important sites including Hili Archeological site. It's here one can explore the aflaj irrigation system, learn about the oasis at the Eco-Centre and relax and have some beverages at Al Ain Oasis Plaza.
Badiyah also spelled Bidyah and Bidiya mosque in Fujairah is one of the oldest mosques in the Emirates. Built in 1446, the mud and stone mosque has four layered domes, which are still in use. Non-Muslims are free to take a peek but must be dressed and covered properly. The inside of mosque is beautifully adorned with red carpet and antique ceilings. Also, in the north of Badiyah village, there are two ruined watchtowers to explore, with that one can also enjoy views of the Hajar Mountains and the Gulf, if you walk along the road to Badiyah.
Mleiha is a home to numerous historic sites dating back from Bronze Age tombs and pre-Islamic forts. Located in the emirate of Sharjah, the Mleiha village houses fascinating artifacts, from camel skeletons to pottery and iron tools. Also, most of them have been on display in the outstanding Mleiha Archaeological Centre. Apart from the historic indulgence one can trek to Camel rock from here or can go paragliding, buggy rides or try various other sports.
Jumeirah is the most popular and affluent area in Dubai, which houses most of the five stars hotels and Maserati. It also has ruins from Abbasid dynasty, which dated back between the 9th and 11th centuries. It was discovered and excavated in 1969 and the excavation leads to the discovery of various ancient items like architectural materials, decorative items, pottery jars, bronze coins etc.
Now the Jumeirah Archaeological site is owned by the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority and will for sure attract your attention, to take back you in old times again.