Abu Dhabi’s Renovated Al Asema Park Now Open for Public
Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADCM) has reopened Al Asema Park, one of the oldest parks in Abu Dhabi, for the public after renovation.
The park in the national capital now has two multi-purpose playgrounds and a children playing area conforming to all standards of welfare, quality and public safety.
The municipality had also completed a number of landscaping works and added more green spaces to meet with the huge turnout witnessed by this old but strategically located park in a densely populated community.
According to the municipality, the renovation project, spanning an area of about 8,110 square metres, aimed to make the park more appealing and attractive to visitors by providing different means of entertainment and sports activities for all age groups.
Established in 1976, Al Asema Park is one of the oldest parks in Abu Dhabi. The enclosed park is replete with scores of eye-catching fountains, vast sitting and relaxation areas, various children’s playgrounds, a restaurant and a mosque.
The park, which has an area of five hectares, is open to visitors from 8am to 10pm from Sunday to Wednesday, and from 8am to 11pm from Thursday to Saturday.