Located in the heart of the city, Salam Park is much more than just a park. This 30-hectare (75-acre) park was once the site of a residential palace, buildings and a 70-year old mosque. With an artificial lake, a palm grove (which supplies yummy dates), lots of lawn area as well as a wildlife conservation zone, it offers entertainment for the entire family today. Go boating on the lake, have a long and leisurely lunch, jog around the park or simply lie in the shades of the palm trees while your kids entertain themselves on the playground. There are four prayer buildings and several restaurants for snacks as well. This USD16 million project is sure worth a visit! Open on all days.
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries