|23 September, 2019

Bahrain Diyar Al Muharraq’s largest park on way

Construction of the park which covers an area of 32,800 square metres began in March

image used for illustrative purposes. Visitors look at a mockup of the CanalView project at the Gulf Property, Construction and Interior Exhibition in Manama, Bahrain April 26, 2017.

image used for illustrative purposes. Visitors look at a mockup of the CanalView project at the Gulf Property, Construction and Interior Exhibition in Manama, Bahrain April 26, 2017.

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Bahrain - Diyar Al Muharraq’s largest park is set to open later this year.

With green spaces and spectacular landscaping, Hadiqat Al Diyar is set to be one of the development’s main attractions, offering multi-amenities for families and individuals of all ages.

Construction of the park which covers an area of 32,800 square metres began in March.

Located at the main entrance next to Shaikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa Grand Mosque, the facility features more than 200 car park spaces, two football pitches and a children’s play area of almost 400 square metres.

The park will also offer a rubber-surfaced running track, two outdoor gyms, two large picnic spaces and a food and beverages area.

“Diyar Al Muharraq will offer a unique and new concept to parks in the Kingdom of Bahrain, designed to provide something for all,” said Diyar Al Muharraq chief executive Ahmed Alammadi in a statement.

“It is an ideal destination for both residents and visitors who wish to enjoy various recreational activities or exercise.

“The park provides a number of recreational facilities, culinary offerings and sports activities for families and individuals of all ages to enjoy leisure time outdoors.”

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