The Quranic Park in Dubai received 100,000 visitors in its first week

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The park is open to the public free-of-charge…

Quranic Park, which opened in Dubai on Friday March 29, received an impressive 100,000 visitors in its first week alone, Dubai Municipality announced. The public park is the result of a Dhs200 million development in Al Khawaneej.

The park spans over of 60-hectares, and has two main attractions offering visitors a brilliant, intelligent insight into several sections of the Holy Quran: The Glass House and The Cave of Miracles.

The Glass House is home to 29 different plants and trees that are mentioned in the Quran and The Sunnah. There’s a small food cart outside that serves up soft drinks, fresh juices, and water. During the evenings they also serve up hot food such as shawarma and burgers.

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The Cave of Miracles is a man-made cave which depicts miracles revolving around the Prophets that occurred in the Holy Quran. Some of the miracles you can expect to see include Prophet Ibrahim’s (A.S) miracle in reviving the bird, Prophet Mosa’s (A.S) miracle of the Sea, Prophet Jesus/Issa’s (A.S) miracle of creating a bird out of clay and more.

Apart from the beautiful greenery in the Glass House, scattered throughout the park are flourishing plants, flowers and trees, and there are orchards as well. You’ll also find a lake, with tall fountains either side of a walkway bridge providing the best view of the park.

Close to Mushrif Park, the area is open from 8am to 10pm. There’s plenty of parking available though it can get busy on the weekends. While entry to the park is free, a ticket priced at Dhs5 is required to enter the Glass House and The Cave of Miracles.

Quranic Park, Al Khawaneej, close to Mushrif Park in Dubai, 8am to 10pm, daily, Dhs5 to enter the attractions.  

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