Next time you plan to camp around Al Qudra, we recommend you check out this picturesque man-made lake documented by Dubai’s Crown Prince, Sheikh Hamdan.
Al Qudra lake
Sharing with his 6.6 million-strong Instagram followers, the Sheikh Hamdan posted a 360-degree bird’s eye video of one of Al Qudra’s most beautiful lakes. The lake’s waterbody is designed in the shape of two hearts intertwined, with smaller waterbodies taking the shape of the word, ‘Love.’ Plus, the Crown Prince shared an image of the lake during sunset, captioned “To all of you ❤.”
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From wildlife and nature to the city’s skyline, it’s evident that photography is one of the many things Sheikh Hamdan is passionate about and his social media followers frequently compliment his works. The Crown Prince even has an annual photography award named after him, in line with Dubai’s commitment to support art, culture and innovation in the city. Take a look at his recent photograph of Burj Al Arab:
Qudra lakes part of a new documentary by Discovery Channel
Meanwhile, Qudra lakes, part of the Marmoum reservoir, was among the selected locations for shooting ‘Wild Dubai.’ Unlike Dubai’s reputation for its luxury lifestyle and touristic attractions, the documentary takes on the city’s wildlife, exploring its deserts and sanctuaries. The documentary is available on OSN.