Dubai’s Quran Park To Get A Glass House And Cave Of Miracles
Quran Park was supposed to open in Al Khawaneej area, close to Dubai International Airport, last September but it will only open next year.
The date change is understandable given they are adding some more features to the Andalusian garden-style park.
The two new attractions are its Glass House and Cave of Miracles
Both projects, costing AED 100m, have been approved by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, deputy ruler of Dubai.
Plants mentioned in the holy book will be displayed and sold in the Glass House, while the Cave of Miracles will highlight the miracles presented in the pages of the holy book using the latest interactive technology.
The 64-hectare park will also feature 12 gardens and solar trees offering Wi-Fi, solar charging and shade. The design takes inspiration from Arab and Islamic calligraphy.
Image credit: Dubai Municipality