Residents enjoy a day at the beach in Dubai.
Somaiya Saad, Staff Reporter
The public parks in Dubai opened their doors to visitors from 8am on the first day of Eid Al Fitr with all the precautionary measures.
Any gatherings of more than five people are not allowed, especially at the major parks such as Al Safa, Zabeel, Al Mamzar, Mishrif, and Al Khor.
They remain open until 11pm.
All facilities continue the disinfection programmes, while employees and workers stick to the preventive measures in force with good training on providing safety conditions and dealing with detected cases.
Moreover, stickers are also placed on the floors, to ensure the safe distance for spacing, and to facilitate checking temperature at the entrances with the continuous disinfection.
The Dubai Municipality has taken care of all the parks, particularly Al Mamzar, which is the first smart park in the region.
A beach garden that is distinguished by its vast area and unique location on golden sands, providing many entertainment opportunities for visitors along the Corniche.
Al Khor Park also opened its doors to visitors, specially the People of Determination. It is the most modern equipped and most distinguished park in Dubai with its strategic location downtown.
It offers a range of exciting facilities, including the Children's City, which opens from 9am to 8pm, where kids enjoy the Dolphin Center, Flower Garden and Desert Garden.
Zabeel Park offers a variety of entertaining and educational activities for children of all ages, with the Dolphin Center, trekking and barbecue areas, and cable car trips.
The Mushrif Park that attracts visitors, tourists, citizens and residents alike, has several types of aesthetic and local trees, amounting to more than 70,000 trees. It includes the "International Village", which contains 13 models of Arab and foreign dwellings, an adventure park and the Al Thuraya Astronomical Observatory.
As for the Qur’anic Park, visitors of different religions and nationalities flock to it from 8am in the morning. It extends over an area of 60 hectares, and embraces 54 species of plants mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. They are displayed in a distinctive and unique way for visitors.
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