The Quran Park in Dubai Receives One Lakh Visitors in 1 Week


Dubai Municipality opened a “The Quran Park” in Al Khawaneej area on Friday to provide intellectual and cultural communication with different cultures and religions.

The 60-hectare garden contains 43 plants and seven prophetical miracles mentioned in the Holy Quran, as well as a walkway dedicated to exercise and cycling.


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افتتحت بلدية دبي، ”حديقة قرآنية“ في منطقة ”الخوانيج“، بهدف توفير التواصل الفكري والثقافي مع مختلف الثقافات والأديان. . وتحتوي الحديقة، التي تبلغ مساحتها 60 هكتارا، على 43 نبتة و7 معجزات نبوية ذكرت في القرآن الكريم، بالإضافة إلى ممشى خصص لممارسة الرياضة وركوب الدراجات الهوائية. . وتتيح الحديقة أمام الزائرين فرصة التعرف على الكثير من المعاني التي وردت في القرآن وفوائد النباتات المذكورة وطرق استخدامها. . . #إرم_نيوز #دبي #حديقة_قرآنية #الخوانيج #الإمارات #منوعات #أخبار #لايك #تفاعل #الحديقة_القرآنية #حديقة_المعجزات #بلدية_دبي #dubai #uae

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The garden offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the many meanings of the Quran and the benefits of these plants and how to use them.

In a tweet via Twitter, the municipality called on citizens to visit the park and enjoy many of the facilities mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah.

The park is open to visitors free of charge around the clock.

The opening of the park was welcomed by many. Saud Al-Nuaimi, in a tweet on Twitter: “A Quranic garden in the heart of Dubai highlights the spirit of Islamic identity and civilization. Aimed at interpreting the meanings of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet in audio and video.”

The park aims to provide bridges of intellectual and cultural communication with different cultures, religions, and peoples to see the cultural achievements of the Islamic religion in the scientific and medical fields. The park offers visitors the opportunity to obtain many meanings mentioned in the Quran and the benefits of these plants and ways of using them.

The plants mentioned in the Quran are 54, including figs, pomegranates, olives, corn, leeks, garlic, onion, lentils, barley, wheat, ginger, pumpkin, melon, tamarind, bananas, Etc. It is worth mentioning that modern medicine used these plants and emphasized their enormous benefits.

The 60-hectare Qur’anic Garden, with more than 600,000 square meters of 12 bistros, as well as entertainment, shops, and lakes, is expected to be a magnet for tourists from around the world.

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Know before you go!

  • Free entry.
  • Dh5 entrance fee every for Cave of Miracles and Glass House. Guests can use the RTA NOL card, which may be recharged within the park.
  • Opening hours: 8am to 10pm; Fridays: 3pm to 10pm
  • Two giant play areas have additionally been demarcated for kids from 2 to 12 years.
  • Food carts selling tender coconut water, fresh juices, rolls, burgers, and other small eats are set at strategic points throughout the park.
  • The park also features cycling and jogging tracks. Wi-Fi and phone-charging stations are available.
  • Weekends are very crowded; be ready for long queues at the most attractions.
  • Download the Quranic Park smart Guide app to learn more about the park’s facilities and plants in detail.