Abu Dhabi to build three new parks in Khalifa City
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, September 27 - 2012 at 10:04
The Abu Dhabi municipality has announced plans to build three new public parks at Khalifa City as part of its master development plan before 2030, Gulf News has reported. The parks will offer greens across 3,200 sq m and have 4,600 diverse trees and bushes and will be equipped with picnic tables, barbeque platforms, a central plaza, and playing grounds for football and basketball, said Rashid Abdullah Al Falasi, director of parks and recreational facilities at the municipality. Additionally, water-themed games, comprising 55 games, will be provided for all age groups along with extensive covered corridors and paved areas covering 12,400 sq m. "The design of these parks was intended to be simple, stylish and comprehensive in order to serve all family members in terms of providing a sufficient space tailored to suit the location and inhabitants of the neighbourhood," he said.
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