The Water Garden revamp is around two thirds complete, the Minister of Works, Municipal Affairs, and Urban Planning has said.
Around 90 percent of the parking lots and 75 percent of the buildings have also been completed ahead of the planned reopening in May this year.
The revamp has seen walkways and shaded areas built for families, and a botanical garden, restaurant and cafeteria added.
More than BHD2.5 million has been spent renewing the 6.57 hectare area in Gufool.
Minister of Works, Municipal Affairs, and Urban Planning Isam bin Abdullah Khalaf said, "The Water Garden is a unique project because it has a long historical value in the collective memory of the people and visitors."
The newly-revamped park will be divided into family spaces, children’s play areas, and green grasslands, with an area for sports too.
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