The Best Parks in Dubai Research
The Real Estate in Dubai comprising of buildings, villas, and structures is just one of the architectural genius you’ll ever see in the city. As we all know, Dubai is a pool of talent and ideas that reshape the way we see the world today. The city also leans forward to energy efficiency and developing green spaces for a cleaner environment. Hence, Dubai built parks that bring us closer to nature, and promote healthy living. These parks aren’t typical for they are aesthetically designed to cater to everyone. Here are the best parks in Dubai
Al Khazzan Park – If you reside in Satwa and you’ve been staying there for long, I’m sure you know this park. Probably one of the oldest parks in Dubai as it has been in existence since the late 1980s. And just a few years back, this park went through some serious makeover, making it the first of its kind to run on clean energy. You read that right! Al Khazzan Park is solar powered! It is also ideal for family bonding, fitness activities, birthday parties, and enjoying a healthy snack. The park is open from Saturday to Wednesday at 8am to 10pm, and Thursday to Friday at 8am to 11pm. Entrance is free!
Dubai Creek Park – It is considered also as one of the oldest parks in Dubai and one of the biggest with an area of 96 hectares. Those in Deira, most specifically in Umm Hurair 2, most probably know this place or have been there at least once. There are plenty of activities you can do inside the park such as barbecuing, renting a bike (20-40dhs), Children’s city (features planetarium, theatre, and workshops at around 10-15dhs), and a cable car that runs around 2km which gives you a top view of the park (25dhs). Visit the park during Sunday to Wednesday at 8am to 10pm, and Thursday to Friday at 8am to 11pm. Entrance fee is only 5dhs.
Zabeel Park – Do you know where the Dubai Frame could be found? You guessed it right! Located in Zabeel, the park is just a few minutes’ walk from Al Jafiliya Metro Station. The park is lush green and could be used for a lot of activities such as biking, jogging, cricket, and barbecuing. It is also child-friendly as it has an edutainment centre and play zone for kids. You can also enjoy a refreshing boat ride here for 40dhs only. It also features a lot of kiosks that sell hearty meals and refreshments, enough to satisfy and ease your tiredness from all the activities you did in the park. However, pets are not allowed inside the park. The park is open every Saturday to Wednesday at 8am to 10pm, and Thursday to Friday at 8am to 11pm. Entrance is at 5dhs.
Al Quoz Pond Park – Some may find the location of this park quite odd as it is at the intersection of Al Khail Road and Al Meydan Street in Al Quoz. Nevertheless, the park is home to a lot of families, kids, and fitness-minded individuals. The jogging track of Al Quoz Pond Park goes around its pond. It also features some outdoor gym equipment. You can exercise your food discipline here as well because there are no shops or kiosks for food. Now you will be able to concentrate on your fitness. You can come to this park every Saturday to Wednesday at 8am to 11pm, and Thursday to Friday at 8am to 11:30pm. The entrance is free!
Al Barsha Park – If you like basketball or tennis, you should definitely drop by this park in Al Barsha. It has an area of 50 acres which is an ideal place for jogging and running. Park goers can also enjoy cycling and an outdoor gym for fitness activities. Families can enjoy spending quality time here while letting their children explore the playground and bouncy castles. One of the best seasons to go visit this park is during cool months as the park hosts Ripe Market Nights. You can enjoy going to this park every Saturday to Wednesday at 8am to 11pm, and Thursday to Friday at 8am to 11:30pm. Entrance is absolutely free!
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