The park features Islamic-type architecture with computer-operated water fountains that can change the shade and shape of the water according to the rhythmic flow and a tour of the piazza. The park also has family rest areas, a circular yard connecting all the works of the park including the Al Sahwa Square and six Islamic gardens of geometric shapes, coffee shops, a restaurant and a mosque.
On holidays, the parking area will be filled to its maximum capacity to such an extent that visitors were forced to park their vehicles towards the wadi area and the surrounding residential neighbourhood near the petrol station. The park also becomes home to youths seeking to show their sporting skills such as roller skating and traditional folklore and children riding on horses and horse carts.
The park also becomes a magnet for children to play on the sandy ground on slides, swings and ladders. Children also gets a chance to splash in computer controlled water fountains as adults and elderly looked on or availed an opportunity to walk around and jog.
On official holidays including Thursdays and Fridays, the park is open from 9 am to mid night. The children’s splash water fountain is open from 8 pm to 10 pm. On other days, the park is open from 6 pm to midnight.
( Reference: Article by Maryam Khalfan http://www.main.omanobserver.om )