Given the local and rural nature of the area, it is not surprising that there are few schools here. However, in September 2018, a new Ayjal School opened in the heart of Al Khawanijah, following a UK-based curriculum.
Al Havanij has a cozy atmosphere that welcomes everyone who visits it.
A new theme park dedicated to the Koran, the holy book of Muslims, has opened in Dubai's Al Khawaneej district. According to the Dubai Municipality, on an area of 60 hectares, visitors can find 43 plants and seven miracles of the Prophet mentioned in the Quran.
In addition to pedestrian ones, the park is equipped with jogging tracks. Admission to the park is free, visitors can pay AED 10 to visit the Cave of Wonders and the Glass House, a greenhouse planted with plants and herbs mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah.
There are 12 gardens in the park in which banana and olive palms, grape vines, pomegranate and fig trees, as well as cucumbers, pumpkins, onions, garlic, ginger, melons, basil, tamarind, lentils, pond beans, etc. are planted. talk about how these herbs are used for cooking and for medicinal purposes.
The park is equipped with the latest technology, including solar panels, high-speed internet, covered benches and telephone charging stations.