The latest tourism project in the city of Khorfakkan

“Drag Break” received 50,000 visitors during the Eid holiday

The break is linked to two mountain trails that lead to the "clouds".


The Drag Break, the latest tourism project in Khorfakkan, received more than 50,000 visitors during the Eid al-Adha holiday.

The Director of the Department of Planning and Survey - Khorfakkan Branch, Engineer Ayman Rashid Al Naqbi, announced that His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, chose the resting site on one of the mountain peaks in the city of Khorfakkan, due to the charming panoramic view from this summit. On the city from a height of 600 meters above sea level, indicating that the lounge consists of a circular building with a diameter of 30 meters and two floors with a total area of ​​2788 square meters, while the area of ​​the first floor is 497 square meters, and includes a restaurant and a cafe that can accommodate 88 people in the inner hall and 48 On the outside balcony, while the basement contains a multi-purpose hall that can accommodate 62 people.

Al-Naqbi explained that the mountain paths, especially in this area, are of great importance and attract many lovers of mountaineering, so the idea of ​​linking the break with two mountain paths leading to the cloud break came.

For his part, the Head of the Projects Department at the Department of Planning and Survey, Eng. Majed Khaled Al Hammadi, referred to the green spaces of the resting place, pointing out that the surrounding area was planted with 7000 saplings of the Bougainvillea tree, 500 seedlings of the Penistim tree, 1,000 seedlings of the Shua tree, and 200 seedlings of the bougainvillea tree. canna

He explained that the ascending road to the rest stop is 6.5 kilometers long, and includes two lanes for ascending and descending, and the road slopes range between 3% and 9.7% and is equipped for the use of buses, and the road was illuminated with 738 road columns and 48 parking columns.

• A charming panoramic view of the city from a height of 600 meters above sea level.

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