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Misk Moon Retreat ‘opens doors for guests

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Sharjah. The ‘Glaming’ Center ‘Misk Moon Retreat’, which brings together camping experiences and luxury hospitality, has opened its doors to guests. The Sharjah Investment Development Authority (Shurukh) has opened the first such resort in the emirate, Sharjah Maliha, which is rich in desert views.

The sights and features of the Moon Retreat are more in tune with the modern luxury camping (glamming) facility that is more in tune with nature than the hotel. This is what sets it apart from other entertainment venues. When desert adventures, night sky watching, morning trekking and unique heritage tastes are combined with world-class hospitality facilities, Moon Retreat becomes an unforgettable travel experience for guests.


As the name suggests, the dwellings are arranged in a semicircle reminiscent of the moon. In the desert, there are ten domed domes with four beds, four tents for families and two tents with one bed. Adjacent to each residence is a private swimming pool, lobby and barbecue area.

Shrukh Executive Chairman Marwan bin Jassim Al Sarkal said the new project is part of Sharjah’s ongoing efforts to set a good example in eco – friendly development concepts.


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