The park will help increase ecological footprint of Dubai that is witnessing the plantation of 27 million seedlings around buildings and junctions to improve environment.
Dubai is spending billions to develop 12,000 hectares of urban greenery including nine public parks that will increase the supply of oxygen and help environment.
The Palm Oasis Project will welcome visitors this summer — completed on schedule, it was launched in Q1 of 2016 — and adds 7.5 hectares of green space to the city, largely in the form of artificial lakes, cafeteria, playgrounds for children with special needs, a Pergola with a Barasti among many.
In addition, the Palm Oasis Park brings together an unrivalled mix of 39 varieties of date palm trees, carefully gathered from all the seven Emirates to be housed in one park.
With an eco-friendly theme, the park has been designed to make use of solar energy to power up its lighting system.
According to Dubai Municipality officials, “Palm Oasis Park is one of the most important projects for the Dubai Municipality for 2016.”