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Sharjah introduces hanging gardens in Kalba, elevating city’s landscape and tourist appeal

May 2, 2024 | Press Release

In a momentous occasion for Kalba city’s development, the grand opening of the Hanging Gardens marks a significant milestone. Stretching across an impressive 1.6 million square feet and towering 281 meters above sea level, this natural wonder promises to captivate visitors with its breathtaking beauty and leisure offerings.

Nestled within this botanical marvel is The Central Restaurant, an architectural gem boasting seating for 215 guests amidst panoramic views of verdant landscapes and cascading waterfalls. The Gardens also boast recreational areas tailored for all ages, including dedicated children’s sections, mountain climbing routes, and a sprawling skaters’ arena spanning 24,000 square feet.

Exploration is encouraged through an 820-meter excursion train track, strategically connecting visitors to various garden attractions. Fitness enthusiasts can enjoy a 760-meter running track encircling the park’s landmarks, offering a scenic backdrop for outdoor exercise.

For an elevated dining experience, the Upper Area Restaurant, situated 270 meters above sea level, offers unparalleled vistas of the surrounding landscape, promising unforgettable moments for guests.

In addition to its recreational offerings, the Hanging Gardens prioritise convenience and accessibility, providing 262 parking spaces, facilities for disabled parking, electric vehicle charging stations, restrooms, and prayer rooms. A cafeteria serving light meals ensures visitors are well-nourished during their exploration.

“We aim to enhance the economic, tourism, and cultural fabric of Kalba city while offering a haven for leisure and enjoyment,” expressed the project’s spokesperson. Residents, visitors, and tourists are invited to embark on a journey of discovery amidst the splendour of Kalba’s newest landmark, the Hanging Gardens.