The newest project of Dubai, Quran Park, has been approved and is announced to be costing a total of AED 100 million! The park spreads an area of 60-hectare and will be situated in Khawaneej neighbourhood, an exclusive residence area for local citizens in Dubai. It is one of the innovative initiatives of Dubai Municipality, comprising 12 alluring gardens. The major attractions of the Quran Park are that it features a cave and a glasshouse.
The glasshouse, a part of the Quran Park, will contain plants mentioned in the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Mohammad, as well as shops selling herbs and plants. The Cave of Miracles will include miracles mentioned in the Quran, illustrated using interactive technology. The Quran Park will also feature solar trees with designs inspired by the Arab and Islamic calligraphy. The major attraction of these trees is that they will be equipped with solar panels and Wi-Fi networks, with facilities for charging mobile phones and shaded seats for visitors.
“Setting up of this park is a great achievement for the city of Dubai in the field of landscaping and will be one of the most prominent, unique and distinctive landmarks hosted by Dubai,” says Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality.