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Abu Dhabi has more than 2,000 well-maintained parks and gardens. Electra park is one of the main parks in Abudhabi situated near by corniche. This park is specifically designed to provide playground, playpark, or play area to allow children to play.
It is an awesome landscape and great place for whole family's fun. Greenery and pavement are the attractions.
This new public space is so huge (14,5 hectares) and proposes so many educational and recreational activities that we have prepared an overview below of all the different components this new community hub has to offer. No doubt Abu Dhabi residents will enjoy this new central park as it has so much to do including- play, rest, walk, exercise, relax, eat and drink, entertain and educate.
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Khalifa Park was established in 2007. It is one of the fenced parks with entry fee of AED 1. There are several fountains in the park to cheer the visitors up
Mussafah Park, is a little-known spot, so you may well have it to yourself.
Open till 12:00 AM
This park is specifically designed to provide playground, playpark, or play area to allow children to play, elderely people to relax in the free time. Make beautiful with plants and long pavement.
The Formal Garden is a beautiful garden that is part of the Corniche Gardens. The Formal Garden contains a labyrinth, as well as an open grass field used as a cricket and football pitch. The Formal Garden also features a pleasant fountain in the center and a diverse selection of rides and playground
Nurai Island is situated in the pristine waters of the Arabian Gulf to the east of the Abu Dhabi city coastline. Just a ten-minute boat ride from Saadiyat Island, the secluded island is conveniently accessible from all major travel ports in the UAE.
The world's largest uninterrupted sand mass, the Rub Al Khali (Empty Quarter) will blow you away with massive expanses of awesome desert and enormous dunes. It’s a landscape of ever-changing endless dunes made famous by the British explorer Wilfred Thesiger and his Emirati and Omani companions in the 1940s and 50s.