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The Municipality of Abu Dhabi has provided a free Wi-Fi service for visitors of six public parks in the city (Khalidiya, Heritage, Family, Capital, Post Office and Sheikh Hazza).
The new service will enable visitors to access securely and seamlessly to all government websites and chatting applications, E-mail and social networking sites using laptops, smartphones and tablets.
The Municipality earlier removed the outer fences of those gardens within its plan “gardens without fences,” which goes in line with its keenness to provide recreational spaces for families and children and support communication between members of the community to ensure happiness for them.
This approach is part of the Public Parks Rehabilitation Project in the island of Abu Dhabi, which aims to create an environment that provides comfort and luxury to the public by promoting and improving the level of recreational facilities in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The municipality indicated public parks were opened at the level of the region’s cities, in addition to the opening of the beach of Al Marfa city, to receive visitors, with the aim of providing various recreational places for the residents and visitors of the region.
The Abu Dhabi Municiaplity also announced reopening of public parks and beaches in emirate following an extensive period of disinfection programme.
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