Dubai Municipality announces modifying public beaches to elevate beauty of tourist attractions

The municipality of Dubai announces to modify and revamp the public beaches of the tourist attractions on Sunday to elevate the beauty of the public beaches in Dubai.

The municipality of Dubai announces to modify and revamp the public beaches of the tourist attractions on Sunday to elevate the beauty of the public beaches in Dubai.

The project announced by Dubai municipality aims to develop and beautify the beaches of Dubai, which are among the most visited Emirate tourist attractions.

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This project is a part of modifying and preserving the original aesthetic of Dubai’s public beaches.

“The Municipality seeks to take care of all its facilities in the emirate, especially the beaches, as they are significant tourist attractions,” says Dawoud Al Hajri, Director General of Dubai Municipality.

This beach project includes the rehabilitation of Al Mamzar Corniche, Jumeirah 1 and Jumeirah 3 beaches, expansion work, and increasing the Umm Suqeim I beach area.

The project’s coverage includes shielding the beaches with beach sand and carrying out breakwater and other works to protect public beaches from solid waves.

Recently, Dubai’s authorities have also upgraded the famous tourist spot in Dubai, the miracle garden. After the break of the COVID-19 pandemic for two years, Dubai’s leaders are gearing up to attract more tourists to its famous tourist attractions.

The miracle garden is the most attractive spot for tourists in Dubai; the popular attraction for winter has announced that the park will reopen its 11th season on Monday.

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Miracle garden of Dubai announced the reopening dates on Thursday, which is Monday, October 10.

The official website disclosed the entry ticket prices for adults, senior citizens and kids. Entry for adults and elders is now Dh75, while for children aged 3 to 12, it’s Dh60. Kids below three years old can enter for free.

Earlier, Miracle Garden tickets cost Dh55 for adults and Dh40 for children.

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