Abu Dhabi’s public beaches have reopened

Parks and beaches are now open to the public once more

Abu Dhabi’s public beaches have reopened

*Update: From March 22, beaches andparks are now closed. For the latest on closures, click here.*

The capital’s public beaches are set to reopen to the public from March 19.

Previously, all public parks and beaches had been closed alongside a host of attractions.

Public parks were reopened on Sunday March 15 and now public beaches are set to reopen according to The Department of Municipalities and Transport.

The parks and beaches have been sterilised and disinfected to ensure public safety when visiting the locations.

On weekdays, parks will remain open until 10pm and on weekends until midnight, no new opening times have been announced for beaches.

A number of public attractions and landmarks have temporarily closed in Abu Dhabi. For a full list, click here

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