Free Entry At Dubai’s First Ever Quranic Park

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Free Entry At Dubai’s First Ever Quranic Park

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Dubai’s new Al Quran Park is ready to open its doors to visitors and the good news is that it’s free entry for all!

What Is It?

Located in Al Khawaneej area, the Quranic park covers 64 hectares which showcases the cultural and scientific achievements of Islam in the field of plant ecology will be the first of its kind in the region.

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What’s In It?

The main focus of the park is to introduce the miracles of the Quran through a variety of surprises and it has a unique way of educating visitors. This can be experienced in the Cave of Miracles which uses the latest technology to display the exhibits.

Dubai Municipality has announced that all visitors to the park would be allowed to enter for free so that they could enjoy the beautiful views on offer in this unique park which is subdivided into themed gardens such as the Islamic gardens, the Desert gardens, and the Andalusian gardens.

Further facilities include a children’s play area, an Umrah corner, outdoor theater, running and cycling tracks.

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. أعلنت بلدية دبي بأن دخول الحديقة القرآنية التي تنفذها البلدية في منطقة الخوانيج والتي ستفتح قريباً ستكون مجاناً لجميع الرواد. وذلك تشجيعاً لهم للاستفادة من المناظر الخلابة والجميلة في هذه الحديقة الفريدة من نوعها التي أنشأتها الدائرة وفق أحدث التصاميم والمواصفات العالمية المعتمدة. Dubai Municipality announced that Al Quran Park in Al Khawaneej area will be open soon & will be free of charge to all visitors; in order to let them enjoy the beautiful views in this unique park established by the Municipality, according to the latest designs & approved international specifications. #دبي #بلدية_دبي #DubaiMunicipality #Dubai #mydubai

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Location: Al Khawaneej area, Dubai
Entry: Free

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