Trade Arabia newspaper said the massive project will see the overhaul of the Grand Muharraq Garden.
"The place will be turned into an extravagant theme park, a miniature Disneyland, with new rides, a bowling center, hi-tech video games, international chain restaurants and now two health clubs to replace the motels -- one for men and the other for women," Muharraq Council Chairman Abdulnasser al-Mahmeed said.
Trade Arabia said on Saturday the plans provisioned for the construction of the biggest bowling alley in the Middle East with 45 lanes, a medical center, restaurants, coffee shops and hotels. The park will also have its own ambulance and helicopter on standby, in case of emergencies.
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