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Posted On: 17 March 2020 07:25 pm
Updated On: 2 March 2023 02:27 pm

List of parks that have closed temporarily in Qatar

Sumaica Asad
Sumaica Asad
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UPDATED: 22 March 2020

Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) announced that all beaches and parks in Qatar will remain closed to the public until further notice.

As of two days ago, Al Bidda Park has been closed as a precautionary measure against COVID-19. We called to confirm this news and were told about the closure by the park's management.

In relation to this news, several other parks in Doha have also been closed. Al Khor Park has also been temporarily shut down.

Oxygen Park was closed on 12th March.

Dahlul Hamam Park is also temporarily shut down.

Moreover, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment has closed play areas in all the parks.

MIA Park is also closed. The announcement came in today that all of the park's restaurants, cafes and play areas are closed. Read more here.

Sheraton/Hotel Park is open if you want to take a walk or jog. However, all restaurants and food kiosks are closed. Some of them are offering takeaways. Also, in line with the ministry's orders, the play area is also closed.

As of right now, this is the information we have in regard to all the parks in Doha. We will update this list as we get more news about this.

ParksStatusDate closed
Al BiddaClosed15 March
Al KhorClosed13 March
Sheraton ParkClosed22 March
Oxygen ParkClosed22 March
Al Bayt ParkClosed22 March
Aspire ParkClosed22 March
MIA ParkClosed22 march
Dahl al Hamam ParkClosed13 March
Al Wakra ParkClosed22 March
Barzan Olympic ParkClosed22 march
Leqtaifiya ParkClosed22 March
Katara HillsClosed22 March
Lusail Crescent ParkClosed22 March
Play areas in all parksClosed12 March

Source: MIA, Sheraton, MME, Baladiya, QF