The authority will be showcasing the new Kalba Eco-tourism development to provide visitors with a deeper understanding, its significance, and opportunities. This will be in addition to the other projects being developed such as The Heart of Sharjah, the Chedi Khorfakkan Resort, which includes development of the Khorfakkan Corniche.
Shurooq has also recently announced plans to develop Al Hisn Island in Dibba Al Hisn, with the project to include a large water canal and a number of restaurants, cafes, and cinemas as well as parks, children’s play areas and various other amenities. In addition, the authority will also be redeveloping the landmark previously known as “Al Jazeera Park”, Sharjah’s oldest tourist destination, which is situated on an island within Khalid Lagoon as well as a new leisure project at Al Badayer.
HE Marwan bin Jassim Al Sarkal, CEO of Shurooq said: “Our participation will be aimed at promoting various investment opportunities related to tourism and travel sector in Sharjah, introducing the emirate as an attractive tourism and investment destination, as well as at strengthening economic cooperation with participating delegations from all over the world.”