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New beach on Abu Dhabi Corniche to be opened on Monday

Residents in Abu Dhabi will witness on Monday the opening of a new 2-km beach stretch along the Corniche, with swimming areas, refreshment outlets, scenic gardens, walking pathways, beach volleyball pitches and toilets. Under the patronage of HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy supreme commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the Abu Dhabi Municipality will officially commission the new leisure and tourist spot. The last minute touch-ups are in full swing at various facilities at the beach built on an area of 11 hectors. The new beach will be very distinctive on the national and international levels, according to Director General of Abu Dhabi Municipality Juma’a Mubarak Al Junaibi. The 170 built umbrellas along the stretch will provide shade on a total area of 4250sq metres. Four volleyball pitches will add more recreational and sports facilities, from which the beach goers will benefit throughout the day. People will be able to use the swim area during daytimes, and trained lifeguards will monitor the swimmers from seven surveillance towers built for security. Floating fences will ensure swimming security over 40-metres into the sea. A police post also has been built at the beach for added public security in the city’s new leisure spot. The stunning landscaping and greenery will make the beach one among the most beautiful destinations in the country. A central building will give facility for picnic events, get-togethers and family assemblies. The building houses an elegantly designed mosque, refreshment areas, changing rooms and showers. Along the landscaped area, benches have been laid out giving the people one of the most refreshing sights of the sea. This is in addition to a pathway paved in wood along the two-km stretch. The play areas will make the beach an attractive leisure spot for children.

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