At the Hudayriyat Leisure and Entertainment District, Abu Dhabi.
PHOTO BY MODON PROPERTIES
DUBAI – The Hudayriyat Leisure and Entertainment District will open to the public on Tuesday (November 10), developer Modon Properties announced.
The destination is set to offer a wide array of food and beverage outlets, facilities for sports activities, and other entertainment and leisure offerings. Watch what’s on offer:
Visitors are required to book their visit in advance to enter. The leisure district is located on Al Hudayriyat Island, on the west coast of Abu Dhabi.
“We are delighted to launch our exciting new sports, leisure and entertainment offering on Hudayriyat island, which is a solid new addition to Abu Dhabi’s tourism portfolio,” said Ahmed Al Shaikh Al Zaabi, Associate Director, Delivery of Modon.
Open 7 days a week, the destination offers a multitude of experiences and a host of fitness and sports activities. Here are hubs you shouldn’t miss
321 Sports features sports fields, jogging tracks, and a range of indoor fitness facilities. Visitors will be able to enjoy a diverse array of amenities, including a full-size football pitch, tennis, basketball and badminton courts.
Visitors will also have access to Hudayriyat Courts, which feature a variety of courts for all sports enthusiasts.
This one-of-a-kind adventure park features four exhilarating offerings including a BMX Track, Splash Park, High Rope Park and a Skate Park.
Children and adults alike will also have the opportunity to experience obstacle courses at OCR Park, the UAE’s biggest permanent obstacle course site. OCR Park will merge obstacle course racing and endurance fitness with the latest in technology to create an innovative new fitness challenge.
Promoting walking, jogging and cycling as the preferred mode of transport, the Cycling Track, as well as wide and well-shaded footpaths offers visitors a stretch 5-10 km of tracks across the Island.
The Bike Park offers visitors a chance to enjoy cycling on three different trails, each of which are designed for beginners, intermediate and advanced cyclists. Visitors can enjoy the recreational exercise at the 300m Floating Track or one of the Bike Park’s three, five or 10 km cycle paths, shaded rest areas, cycling paths, and a jogging track.
Bab Al Nojoum will offer everything from standard tents for two, to luxury tents for four, six, or even a two-floor tent providing unforgettable stargazing experiences with private beach access. It will also include a camping area for families, and camper van options.
The trail is located along the waterfront, offering visitors the opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy the tranquillity of Hudayriyat Island. Visitors can become acquainted with the historical and cultural significance of the island with educational signs and beautiful artworks along the path.
Marsana is a vibrant waterfront promenade home to 17 food and beverage outlets. In addition to a skate park and a children’s splash park and play area, there is easy access to the public beach, an outdoor gym, cycle paths, and a marina with a wooden pier.
Swimming enthusiasts’ also have free access to the beach at Hudayriyat Beach, which extends over a vast area totalling 24,000 square meters, 600 meters of which is dedicated to swimming. ICA/Expat Media
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