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Mushrif Park Dubai

Mushrif Park is 5.25 square kilometre (1300 acre) desert-like park in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is located in the eastern part of the city (near the suburb of Khawaneej), about 16 km (10 mi) from the traditional center of Dubai. The park was created in early 1980 by Dubai Municipality and was hugely expanded and refurbished in 1989.

While it’s Dubai’s largest park, Mushrif is also the city’s oldest – but the dust and cracks only add to its dilapidated charm. The 500-hectare park is populated with long sand plains, with blasts of colour popping up now and then in the form of islands of electric green grass. World Village, a collection of mini models of houses that reflect the architecture from all over the world, straddles a brace of these islands.

Nearby is a small aviary, complete with a moody turkey, next to a wooden jungle gym (featuring a tennis-cum-basketball court) a fairground offers merry-go-rounds, flying camels (although a grounded authentic beast is also available for rides) and a swinging pirate ship. But if it’s getting a little warm to explore, you can use one of the 26 shaded picnic areas, including barbecue grills, or take a dip in one of Mushrif’s 1950s-style swimming pools.