Al Noor Island is the Arab world’s 1st island to blend nature, art and entertainment offering a discovering journey in the middle of Sharjah City.
The Butterfly House promises to educate and mesmerize both adult and child as it showcases the various species brought in from several parts of the world. Their Literature Pavilion will offer the intellectuals with its serenity and cultural elements. Children can have a great time and unleash their energies in a dedicated playground, while Noor Café can serve drinks and snack for the whole family. With easy access through land and sea, Al Noor Island is a place for the whole family.
A chance to get close to nature in the Butterfly House, those who are curious about insects that fly or land on them will enjoy their visit to the property. The Butterfly House on Al Noor Island is home to more than 500 butterflies from 20 exotic species, and you’ll be able to get up, close and personal with them as you wander this attraction. You’ll be fascinated learning the origins of these critters.
Since its opening in December 2015, Al Noor Island has been awarded to be a host of prestigious international awards. The Island was named Best Leisure Architecture in Africa and Arabia 2016 as part of the International Property Awards, and was also the recipient of the IF Design Award 2017 and German Design Award 2018. The Butterfly House was awarded the WAN Metal in Architecture Award 2016 in appreciation of its unique design in using metal in an innovative way, and in the same year was recognised in the Iconic Awards 2016, one of the largest independent international awards on architecture and design, in the Best Architectural Design category. Also in 2016, this inspirational destination won at the Arabian Property Awards and was a finalist in the WAF 2016 Awards. In 2017, it won the German Design Award and the A Design Award.
Daily: 09:00 – 18:00
Al Noor Island
Buhairah Corniche Road, Khalid Lagoon
Sharjah – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 6 506 7000
Photo courtesy: www.alnoorisland.ae
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