JUBAIL: More than 75,000 people have visited the Flower Exhibition, organized by the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu at Al-Fanateer Beach, within just one week of its opening.
The exhibition, which will be held until May 31, features 11 different zones related to flowers and gardening activities.
Around 100 authorities are participating in the exhibition to support and encourage small and medium enterprises.
The exhibition features an art space displaying the work of 30 artists to highlight local creative talent and encourage skill growth and development, in addition to carnival shows, workshops, electronic games, food trucks and more.
The event was organized to increase awareness about the importance of greenery, planting trees and flowers, and maintaining cleanliness in public areas.
The Holy Qur’an Exhibition, organized by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah and Guidance, is also present at the venue, where visitors can learn about the establishment of the King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Qur’an in Madinah.
Mornings at the exhibition are dedicated to school students’ visits, while evenings are for families.
The event comes as part of the efforts of the Royal Commission for Jubail to provide an inclusive and attractive environment to meet the social and cultural needs of the city.