With the parks open now, visit Al Sahwa Public Garden for a breath of fresh air. Located in Mabela, next to the Burj A’Sahwa roundabout the vast expanses of green grass provide ample opportunity for children to play to their heart’s content. There are many play areas, picnic spots, gazebos and running paths. Covering an area of nearly 300,000 square metres, there are six gardens that have been created in the Islamic style and are the centrepiece of the park.
The Al Sahwa Park was opened on December 8th 2007 and it includes many facilities including the Islamic-type architecture, the dancing fountains, the Islamic gardens, the palm gardens, the flower gardens, the park, children’s games, parking space, men’s and women’s toilets and shaded seating lounges.
Enjoy the serenity and peace of the park but don't forget to follow all of the precautions that are required to ensure the safety of all and minimise the spread of COVID-19 in the country.