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Al Zaghwa Park


[Photography: Kenneth Ta-asan]

What Makes It Special: Quiet.


[boxify cols_use =”1″ cols =”2″ position =”right” box_spacing =”10″ padding =”10″ background_color =”#3c3c3c” ] Also called: Al Azghoy, Kanad Park, Aziguy Garden, Izghawa
Type: Family
Established: 2006
Size: 14,547 sq. meters
Hours: 3 pm – 11 pm
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✓   toddlers
✓   school age
✓   tween
✓   teen
✓   toilets
✓   child-sized toilets
✓   water dispenser
✓   playground
✓   basketball
✓   volleyball
✓   walking
✓   benches
✓   playground
✓   women’s prayer room
✓   designated parking

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✗ no kiosk
✗ small playground
✗ WiFi

Wadi Al Mashreb Street
Al Zaghwa District
GPS: 25° 21’ 51” N; 51°, 26’, 2”E

  • From Zekreet Street driving North away from Al Gharrafa Sports Club
  • after passing Al Gharrafa Sports Club R/A
  • 2nd left at traffic signal onto Al Zaghwa Street
  • 1st R/A left onto Wadi al Mashreb (a boys school is on the corner)
  • Park ahead on the right past the school

Nearby Parks
Al Gharafa Plaza Family Park
Al Kharaitiyat Park
Al Khesah Occasions Square


This park was designed, not made. The first thing visitors notice is the quiet. When you’re looking for a spot to rest your weary senses, this is The Best Park Ever. Even on a Thursday evening, when other parks sound like an out of control orphanage, Al Zaghwa remains an auditory oasis. It’s a visual one too. Sidewalks flow in the manner suggestive of Feng Shui. To the right of the park small alcoves with benches are strategically placed for privacy. Other benches are strategically placed for sitting near the playground to the left. The playground is quite small but most of the children run in the soft grass inventing games of their own. Good for body and soul this park would be perfect for catching up with a girlfriend while you stroll the grounds. It is usually only open in the afternoon but the guard indicated that it opens at 6, maybe 7, in the morning. I’ve yet to see that policy in action. Al Zaghwa Park is worth going out of the way for.

TIP: Visit in the evening with a friend

Al Zaghwa ParkMap

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