Sharjah Police Desert Park continues to draw in a great number of families who eagerly await the annual opening of its held programmes and events. Such activities take place during its current session which extends until the April 12.
Dubai Municipality has recently opened the Quranic Park for the public free of charge. The park was developed in Khawaneej on an area of 64 hectares at a total cost of Dhs200 million. During the first week of opening the park received 100,000 visitors.
Sheikh Mohammed also approved 29 new projects to add eight million square metres of green spaces and gardens, worth Dhs2 billion within Dubai's residential and commercial areas.
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 Sharjah Ruler began his visit by touring Kshisha Park, which includes outdoor playgrounds, outdoor fitness equipment area, a lake and a jogging track, along with areas for games and skating, a children's theatre, and 55 outdoor sites.
A social media user had highlighted the flawed sculpture in a photo with a statement: "Iqbal’s sculpture in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Lahore. There is nothing wrong about the sculpture except the part that it doesn’t really look like Iqbal.”
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).
Trams and maritime transport including the Dubai Ferry, water taxis, both traditional and air-conditioned Abras, and car sharing services can resume operations according to timelines specified by the RTA.
Dubai, the most populous of the seven emirates that make up the UAE, on April 24 eased a full curfew to eight hours at night, and allowed dine-in restaurants and shopping malls to reopen at limited capacity.