There are also five development projects to be built along the rest area’s road, which include various services projects, such as restaurants, cafes and a parking lot with a capacity of 309 vehicles, he added.
Thanks to travel restrictions in place globally due to the pandemic, staycations and domestic tourism has got a big boost (“Residents flock to tourist attractions in Khorfakkan on Eid Al Adha,” July 22, Gulf Today). A close friend of mine recently
Dr Sheikh Sultan directed the establishment of outdoor playgrounds, one of which will include stands and basic facilities, in addition to secondary playgrounds for various games.
Sheikh Mohamed was briefed on the components of the two-storey structure, and the services provided to visitors.
Sharjah, under the wise and able stewardship of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, has been enhancing its tourism quotient with telling effect. It has taken its gusto in promoting Khorfakkan
Al Jazira coach Marcel Keizer sounded optimistic about the availability of the defender Mohamed Al Attas against Ittihad Kalba in their 16th round match of the Arabian Gulf League (AGL) on Sunday.
Sharjah dropped their first two points in the new season of the Arabian Gulf League season after being held to 1-1 draw by Khorfakkan at the Saqr Bin Mohammad Al Qassimi Stadium in matchweek 7 on Thursday.
Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi ordered a waterline project to be initiated from Khorfakkan to Shees.
The mountainous areas have become attractive destinations for investments, especially in light of the official attention they receive that contributed to improve the level of services and infrastructure in them.
The United Arab Emirates is a land of peace, prosperity and beauty. There is no doubt that Hatta, Jebel Jais and Khorfakkan are the most lovable tourist attractions (“Hatta, Jebel Jais and Khorfakkan top the list of most prominent mountain tourism centres in UAE,” Oct. 29, Gulf Today website).