Bahrain notes progress on $8.4m Phase 2 of Muharraq Grand Park
The 91,000m2 park features open green spaces, a walkway, shaded family areas, kids play areas, car parking spaces
Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs, and Urban Planning has revealed that work on Phase 2 of the Muharraq Grand Park, which is being constructed at a cost of $8.4m (BHD3.2m), is progressing.
The ministry said this while briefing the kingdom’s deputy prime minister and chairman of the ministerial committee for development and infrastructure projects, Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, during his field trip to various projects.
The Muharraq Grand Park is a green area that is being implemented under the directives of HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Bahrain’s state-held news agency, BNA reported.
According to the ministry, the 91,000m2 garden includes open green spaces, a walkway, shaded family areas, kids play areas, facilities for people with special needs, parking spaces to accommodate about 500 cars, as well as restaurants and cafés.