Gamal Talaat, assistant vice president of the New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA), inspects Cairo Capital Central Park, one of the world’s largest parks, located within the Capital Park corridor of the New Administrative Capital (NAC), Invest-Gate reports.

The park will be more than 10 km long, with an area of approximately 1,000 acres.

The park is planned to provide recreational areas that are on par with international standards.

Talaat says that the Capital Park project is divided from east to west into three planning sectors, each of which contains a park with a different focus. He affirms that all executing companies are stick to the project’s timetable to finish the project as scheduled.

The easy-accessed park is divided into three coherent phases, namely CP 01, CP 02, and CP 03, each of which reflects a unique, urban, and visual character.

CP 01 includes more than 250 acres of open areas for picnics and outdoor activities, and will house a mosque, botanical gardens, a bedouin camp, and an iconic monument plaza.

The second phase, CP 02, comprises 60 acres of jogging trails, multi-sports fields, a wetlands park, and a community garden, in addition to open areas for walking, in addition to a heritage garden, recreational areas, and an open theater.

Meanwhile, CP 03 boasts 250 acres of open areas, while allocating 50 acres for unique projects such as a kids park, a library, and an entertainment sports club. It will include riverfront restaurants and retail shops, a sculpture garden, a ferris wheel, an open library with reading gardens, and the recreational sports club.

This park is on the edge of the new capital’s central business area.