Located in Mabela, Al Sahwa Public Garden is a great location for the entire family, and reminds us in many ways of our childhood. Vast expanses of freshly-mown green grass provide ample opportunity for children to play to their heart’s content, while the beautifully manicured landscape is sure to be appreciated by the adults.
Covering an area of nearly 300,000 square metres, and located next to the Burj A’Sahwa roundabout and the Sahwa clock tower, the park also features a plethora of play areas, picnic spots, gazebos and running paths. Six gardens that have been created in the Islamic style are the centrepiece of the park.
There is ample parking for those who wish to come to the park, while regular Mwasalat buses will take you as far as Burj A’Sahwa. However, Muscat Municipality recently decided to introduce paid parking to those who came to Al Sahwa Park, after they found out that many people were using their parking spaces for free, without actually visiting it.