Zabeel Park

Photographed by Nadia Masood

Covering a vast area of 47.5 hectares and costing around AED 200 million, Zabeel Park is a one of the most beautifully landscaped park in Dubai.

Photographed by Nadia Masood

Entrance ticket costs AED 5 per person.

Photographed by Nadia Masood

I’ve heard from someone (not necessarily a reliable source) that a game of cricket here would cost you AED 4,000!

Photographed by Nadia Masood

That’s the prayer hall.

Photographed by Nadia Masood

I have had enough adventures in the ocean, so this boat ride didn’t appeal to me.

Photographed by Nadia Masood

A place where you can kick your shoes off, relax and have a quiet time.

Photographed by Nadia Masood

A Chinese looking house, but you can’t go in – simply because there is no entrance!

Photographed by Nadia Masood

I have absolutely no idea what this was.

Photographed by Nadia Masood

Kids having a great time.

Photographed by Nadia Masood

The park is open to public until 11 pm.Β  There’s a fabulous place for BBQ – but I didn’t take pictures because there were families around, specially women.

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22 Responses to Zabeel Park

  1. Jennifer says:

    Nice shots, I like the one of the house without entrance in particular.

    Thanks, Jennifer!

  2. Indrani says:

    Fantabulous series of park shots!

    Thanks, Indrani!

  3. ewok1993 says:

    Now that is interesting. Like an oasis. I wonder what the chinese looking structure was supposed to be.

    It’s just a display, I guess – just to stand right there and look pretty πŸ™‚

  4. sylvia says:

    Oh, what a wonderful place! So beautiful! and I love the place for the children to play! and the Chinese house with no doors! there have been times in my life when I would have liked to be inside a house with no doors! Thanks not only for marvelous photos but the information about each one as well. Have a lovely week!

    And I’d be scared like anything to be in a house with no doors, LOL! Have a great week, Sylvia πŸ™‚

  5. SandyCarlson says:

    A lovely, lovely place, indeed. So exotic for me!

    Thanks, Sandy! Love your post on Downtown Waterbury, Connecticut.

  6. Guy D says:

    Wow, every thing is nice and green. I love these shots.

    Have a great week!
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

    Thanks, Regina!

  7. babooshka says:

    It is another world to me fascinating and so pretty.

    Thanks for visiting. Have a great weekend!

  8. MΓΌge says:

    Dubai must be the wonderland of the Arabic peninsula. Creating such a green park in the middle of the desert is a great job!

    It is indeed a blessing to find some green here amidst the sand and concrete πŸ™‚

  9. Lilli says:

    What a beautiful place one could spend a lot of time there for sure

    Thanks for visiting, Lilli. Have a great weekend!

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  11. Arija says:

    A nice place for families to relax in. It is difficult with photographing sometimes, especially with women in the picture. I found it difficult in Oman as well.

    Yes, Arija – one has to be extremely careful not to photograph people. It’s always good to be at such places when the crowd is less πŸ™‚

  12. Alisha says:

    Salams sis Nadia,
    This park looks absolutely beautiful!
    And hope you’re doing well, sis.

    Walaikum Assalam, Sis Alisha πŸ™‚ Yes, I’m doing well, Alhumdulillah. How are you?

  13. β˜†β˜† Martinha β˜†β˜† says:

    Hello,

    Nice photos.. all beautiful and clean..

    Have a nice week..

    =)

    http://travelandtrips.wordpress.com/

    Thank you, Martinha. Glad you stopped by. Have a great weekend!

  14. Erin says:

    what an interesting park and post. enjoyed.
    have a good week.
    erin

    Thanks, Erin. Have a great weekend!

  15. mubi says:

    i loved the prayer hall
    and boat rides are fun..why didnt it appeal to you?

    oh btw you have won an award, visit me πŸ˜€

    Boats were bachoun waaley, hehe πŸ˜€

    Thanks for the award, Mubi! *hugs*

  16. Aadil says:

    Breath-taking pictures, I must say!

    Thanks for sharing them! πŸ™‚

    Thanks, Aadil!

  17. Sumera says:

    Fab! Looks lovely πŸ˜€ Would be a nice place to while away spare time in

    Yes, Sumera – it is a great way to momentarily escape the sand and concrete πŸ™‚

  18. laagan says:

    This looks like a very nice park. I should visit this place the next time I go to Dubai.

    Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment on my site. I love your photos also.

    Photography is something that really gets into me.

    And I’m sure Abu Dhabi has great parks too! πŸ™‚

  19. Nice post! I like the prayer hall; it is charming. But that Chinese house–just for decoration?! Wow!

    Hehe, yeah – just for decoration. Such a waste πŸ˜€

  20. Ubaid says:

    wow awesome place … would love to come over here !!

    Come before the temperature rises to unbearable highs πŸ™‚

  21. Amir says:

    wow…beautiful pictures!

    Thank you!

  22. Alex says:

    The “chinese house” is a miniature replica of a Japanese castle,…could be either Nagoya Castle, Himeji Castle or Hikone Castle or a mix of their designs…just in case it is of interest!
    Therefore there is also no door since it is only a small replica! πŸ™‚

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