A douche of water is so refreshing at the Al Majaz Waterfront — Splash Park.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Al Majaz Waterfront, operated under Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), continues to provide a season of fun and joy for all kids at the Splash Park. Children of all ages can enjoy this entertaining park every day from 5:00pm – 10:00pm, until the end of the summer season.
Kids will be thrilled in a world of excitement with water toys such as water balloons, and water cannons, water slides, and other attractions.
Let your little ones enjoy the mini Splash Park while you take a break with a refreshing scoop of ice cream or fresh juice with the rest of the family from the F&B outlets or the trolleys that are available at the destination.
Nestled in the vibrant Sharjah Corniche, the 231,000-square foot Al Majaz Waterfront has been attracting citizens, residents, tourists and families to its world-class leisure, F&B, sport, recreation and retail offerings since 2012.
The popular leisure destination among UAE’s residents is also known for being a key tourist attraction on Sharjah’s Khalid Lagoon. It hosts a variety of artistic and entertainment activities throughout the year, including film screenings, stage shows, and is considered one of the best organisers of the UAE’s New Year’s Eve fireworks.
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