Sharjah's Al Jazeera Park closed

Major tourist destination set to go under renovation

Al Jazeera Park, one of Sharjah’s premier tourist destinations is set to go under renovation.

With the aim of stimulating the tourism sector the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) is completing the final procedures for the project. The details of the initiative will be released soon.

The move comes as a part of Shurooq’s development plan where the agenda is to transform Sharjah into a regional attraction. With the help of world class amenities the emirate has successfully been able to develop Al Majaz waterfront.

Al Jazeera Park, covers an area of 13,000 square meters and is situated on an island within Khalid Lagoon opposite Sharjah Ventral Market.

After the completion of Al Jazeera Park, Shurooq will begin with Al Qasba project followed by the the Heart of Sharjah project, the Chedi Khorfakkan Resort, and the Kalba Eco-Tourism project, among others.

H.E Sheikha Bodour Bint Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairperson of Shurooq said, “We will soon announce the development plan for Al Jazeera Park after completing the final touches to the strategy and time schedule in preparation to begin construction work. We are confident that the project will add significantly to the already extensive list of the Emirate’s attractions that truly makes Sharjah the cultural capital of the Arab world.