Safa Park

Tranquillity awaits at Safa Park

One of Dubai’s most popular parks, Safa Park is a leafy sanctuary in the middle of the city.

Although bordered by the busy Sheikh Zayed Road, the park delivers a complete escape from the hustle and bustle of Dubai. It’s a quiet spot where people come to read books in secret gardens, and runners jog around the track.

While locals frequently make use of the sports facilities including tennis and basketball courts, the park is bustling with new visitors too. You’ll find a myriad of nationalities heading to this green spot to take in the beautiful views of Downtown Dubai and the Dubai Water Canal.

Rent a bike for a few dirhams and explore the park, or enjoy a tranquil afternoon in the green. Families frequent Safa Park for picnics, using the permanent barbecues set up around the edge of the park.

Children will especially enjoy the numerous playgrounds and ample space to kick a ball.

With all the facilities for a family day out, Safa Park is a destination worth heading to for the day. It’s alive from morning to night, especially on the weekends.

Most of the attractions are accessible to all, and the park is designed to cater for those with special needs, referred to as People of Determination in the UAE.

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Safa Park

One of Dubai’s most popular parks, Safa Park is a leafy sanctuary in the middle of the city.

Although bordered by the busy Sheikh Zayed Road, the park delivers a complete escape from the hustle and bustle of Dubai. It’s a quiet spot where people come to read books in secret gardens, and runners jog around the track.

While locals frequently make use of the sports facilities including tennis and basketball courts, the park is bustling with new visitors too. You’ll find a myriad of nationalities heading to this green spot to take in the beautiful views of Downtown Dubai and the Dubai Water Canal.

Rent a bike for a few dirhams and explore the park, or enjoy a tranquil afternoon in the green. Families frequent Safa Park for picnics, using the permanent barbecues set up around the edge of the park.

Children will especially enjoy the numerous playgrounds and ample space to kick a ball.

With all the facilities for a family day out, Safa Park is a destination worth heading to for the day. It’s alive from morning to night, especially on the weekends.

Most of the attractions are accessible to all, and the park is designed to cater for those with special needs, referred to as People of Determination in the UAE.

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  • Safa Park
  • Safa Park

    Opening Timing : Sun to Wed from 08:00 to 22:00, Thu to Sat from 08:00 to 23:0

    Address : Sheikh Zayed Rd - Al Safa - Dubai

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    10 May 2019
    by alansco
  • Nice green space
    Nice, well maintained park. Entry is 3AED and there are plenty of toilets dotted around the park. We went for a picnic in the evening and you get a good view of the Burj Khalifa. The park was quiet so we had a space all to ourselves.
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    18 Feb 2019
    by mohkarali
  • Good
    Centrally located with breathtaking view of Dubai skyline. Easy access for all Dubai residents. Prefect for family and corporate team building games.
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    12 May 2018
    by Manish K
  • Nice cool place next to Downtown Dubai
    Safa Park has long been one of the more popular picnic and leisure destinations in Dubai. Located right after Business Bay, this big park is a good vantage point to see the eye-catching skyscrapers including the Burj Khalifa. The park is popular with locals and expats alike and one can see multiple games of football or cricket going on, particularly in the evenings. There is also a small lake, which used to have boating earlier (now stopped). The Dubai Canal passes right next to the park and is an added attraction. Entrance fees are quite nominal, though it's not that easy to get there by public transport.

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