Sharjah plans new tourist destination at a height of 850-metres above the sea level

Sharjah plans new tourist destination at a height of 850-metres above the sea level

During the visit, Sheikh Sultan also ordered to start facilitating the afforestation of Jabal Al Kitab Mountain

Sharjah will soon have a new tourists destination located on the mountains of Wadi Al Hilu in the city of Kalba at a height of 850 metres above sea level.

The new Al Kitab Rest Project includes various accompanying services and facilities.

His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, during his visit to the project site on Tuesday was briefed on its designs and plans.

This comes in line with the directives that the Ruler of Sharjah aiming to provide more services to the rest-goers after the completion of its implementation.

Sheikh Sultan was also briefed on the plan of the new road leading to the Rest area, directing to provide a higher degree of safety and security.

During the visit, Sheikh Sultan also ordered to start facilitating the afforestation of Jabal Al Kitab Mountain, directing to plant 3,500 seedlings from Sheikh Sultan's nursery at El Badi Palace.

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Sheikh Sultan also inspected the new Kalba Corniche, which will witness the construction of many modern projects, reviewing the locations of the new projects and directing for further integrated services in several areas.

Sheikh Sultan’s inspection visit comes as part of his constant keenness to follow up on the work of modern projects, reviewing their developments and ensuring to provide them with the distinguished facilities and services that keep pace with the great development witnessed by the emirate.

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