5 Best Gardens In Sharjah Where You Can Unite With Nature

by Deeplata Garde
5 Best Gardens In Sharjah Where You Can Unite With Nature

In the world of a fast-paced world, we often tend to forget to connect with nature. It’s an essential part that we ignored most of the time due to heavy workload or any other reasons. Visiting a park for a stroll or planning similar activities can be blissful and can be a breakthrough. So if you find yourself in Sharjah trying to become one with nature, then we might be of help you with gardens to visit.

5 Best Gardens In Sharjah

1. Islamic Botanical Garden

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The greenery in this garden is a blend of 100 species of fruits and spices. With concrete walks, decorative lakes, and narrow rivers modelled, this garden hopes to encourage reflection into nature. Additionally, there is a library stocked with books on plants and a cafeteria that serves Arabic food. Did you guess where the ingredients come from? Obviously the garden!

Where: Sharjah Dhaid Road Interchange #9
When:9am 6:30 pm Mon-Thurs, 11am-6:30pm Weekends

2.Sharjah Desert Park


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Wildlife can be soothing as much as the greenery around can. But we hardly focus on this side. Sharjah Desert Park is the ultimate destination for people who want a peak in wildlife to connect themselves with nature. The Arabian leopard, the oryx, and other rare species are kept at the Wildlife Center of Arabia for up-close viewing. Visit the petting zoo to spend some quality time with fuzzy farm animals.

Where: Al Dhaid Highway (E88) at interchange 9
When: 8am 10pm

3. Al Majaz Park


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Al Majaz Park is not a typical grassy park if you were expecting that. To add more leisure opportunities and visitor attractions, the park recently undertook an AED 100 million remodelling project. The Maraya Art Park’s Sculpture Park and Children’s Art Park are artistic additions to the park. The Art Park showcases a sizable collection of works of art and organises a variety of art shows.

Where: Corniche St – Al Majaz
When:9am 1 am

4. Al Fayha Park

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This enormous park in one of the more inhabited regions of the emirate is quite clean and orderly. With kids’ swings and other play areas, it is a friendly spot for families. In addition to a modest snack stand, the park provides facilities for basketball and soccer. Although admission is free, a municipality card is important.

Where: Halwan Suburb
When:8am 1pm, 4 10pm

Also Read: 5 Best Parks In Dubai

5.Al Ghafia Park

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It is a great location for a picnic, a leisurely stroll, and some peace & quiet. It appears that a resident card is required to enter this park. It’s a great spot for some relaxed time, solitude, and walking. So definitely think about going to Al Ghafiya if you want to enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon.

Where: Al Ghafia Park District
When: 8am 9:45pm

So pick your favourite and drop this heavy routine to connect with your inner self by getting lost in nature.

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