New neighbourhood in Dubai to have its own lazy river

Emaar’s Arabian Ranches III will also feature cycling tracks, a retail strip and a central park filled with sporting facilities

New neighbourhood in Dubai to have its own lazy river

Forget plonking yourself in front of the TV after a long day’s work, Emaar’s new neighbourhood will have a lazy river to take the stress out of the day.

The Dubai-based developer has unveiled Arabian Ranches III, a brand-new townhouse neighbourhood with its own winding lazy river for residents to cruise along. Talk about leisure.

The green neighbourhood will also feature a retail strip, a clubhouse and community centre, a mosque as well as schools and healthcare facilities, all close by.

It’s located right next to Arabian Ranches, and will include a central park spanning an area of over 30,000 square metres, a 4 km long boulevard and many play areas for kids.

Residents can expect adventure zones, parkour course, skate park, barbeque areas, gymnasium, jogging tracks and a cricket pitch, along with many other facilities in the park.

Good news if you’re a cyclist, as the neighbourhood will also have a direct connection the 86-kilometre long Al Qudra Cycling Track.

As for places to live, Arabian Ranches III will feature three- and four-bedroom townhouses.

Arabian Ranches III was designed to promote a “healthy and happy lifestyle” for all residents and families living there.

For details about Arabian Ranches III, you can call 800 36227 for the Emaar Sales Centre. Who knows, this could be where your next home is.

As for other huge developments underway, JA Beach Hotel will soon be undergoing a massive revamp, all for JA’s new mega project. JA The Resort.

Dubai will also be getting its very own “Central Park”, a new res-idential neighbourhood by Meraas with a 40,000 sq m private park.

Speaking of neighbourhoods, check out which districts in Dubai are the most expensive to rent out villas and apartments below:

Who doesn’t want to jump in a lazy river right outside their front door?
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