Al Khawaneej St - Mushrif - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
About Mushrif Park
Mushrif Park is 5.25 square kilometer park in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is found within the eastern portion of the city, around 16 km from the conventional center of Dubai. The park showcases 13 models of houses from around the world, and it has bicycle track,s electronic entertaining games, football fields, theater screenings, excursion and barbeque services.
Attractions near Mushrif Park
The saltwater estuary is the initial location where the Bani Yas tribe settled, and its waters were crucial for what utilized to be Dubai's fundamental shapes of economy: pearl jumping and angling. Nowadays, the area is flooded with the history of the emirate, as it's right near to the Dubai Exhibition hall as well as the overly complex back roads of the gold, zest and material souks.
Al Majaz Waterfront is the first place of its kind in the area, located in the heart of the city of Sharjah, Al Majaz Waterfront hosts different concerts, events, and festivals, it also has other attractions like the magnificent musical fountain, mini-golf, a children's playground, and good amount of restaurants and cafes.
Al-Qasba Canal is a unique waterfront in Sharjah, with lots of activities such as renting boats and go-cart, and plenty of cafes and restaurants edging the canal.
Al Noor Mosque is in Sharjah, located on the Khaled lagoon at the Buhaira Corniche. Built on the classical Ottoman style, this mosque is open to the public, including non-Muslims who can visit it and take a tour.
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The business hub of the Middle East. It is also a major global transport hub for passengers and cargo. A centre for regional and international trade since the early 20th century, Dubai's economy relies on revenues from trade, tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services.