Al Qana, at mega waterfront destination, is nearing completion with 90 per cent already completed, which is well ahead of schedule according to Al Barakah, the investor behind the social and entertainment destination.
The project is huge, spanning 2.4km and includes The National Aquarium (The biggest In the Middle East), The Bridge Wellness and Lifestyle Hub, Cinemacity Al Qana, Pixel (E-Sports and gaming hub).
There is, of course, lots of exciting dining and entertainment activities for families and children to enjoy.
Commenting on the progress of Al Qana and the market situation, Fouad Mashal, CEO of Al Barakah International Investment, developer of Al Qana, said:
“Al Qana is our ultimate touristic project that will provide a very unique experience we all envision for the Entertainment and Tourism sectors in the UAE.
“As the tourism sector recovers from the travel restrictions due to the pandemic, Al Qana would be ready to receive visitors in 2021.
“We are almost there, and it will be worth the wait! 2021 is the year we and the UAE celebrate the country’s 50th anniversary.
“There are exciting times ahead of us and Al Qana will be a unique contribution to this.”
Despite the unexpected market conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Al Qana team has been working around the clock to deliver this world-class project to the UAE’s capital.