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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - ISLANDS

Hamdan bin Zayed hails efforts of EAD in establishing and managing protected areas

Posted on 06/10/2016

H.H Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of EAD and Chairman of Emirates Falconers' Club, has said that the efforts made by the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, to establish and manage protected areas have contributed to the stability of habitats of key species such as marine turtles and dugongs, Arabian Oryx and a significant increase in the numbers of birds, such as flamingos, and the stabilised habitats of coral reefs and mangroves. He added that EAD's ...  >>MORE

Green Festival enhances the status of UAE in achieving sustainable development

Posted on 18/10/2013

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) ensured its support for the long-term national initiative launched in January of last year by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to build a green economy in the UAE under the slogan (A Green Economy for Sustainable Development), and it is one of the major government agencies that takes it upon itself to share the responsibility for sustainable environment in Dubai in particular and the ...  >>MORE

EAD official hails the united support of the UAE people for Bu Tinah

Posted on 13/11/2011

Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, Secretary General of the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) has congratulated the residents of the UAE on their united support for the Bu Tinah campaign, calling it a resounding success in its bringing-together of the nation to champion local biodiversity protection and raise the UAE's environmental profile on the international stage. Bu Tinah was voted by people around the world into the top 14 of the global competition. The campaign, which concluded yesterday ...  >>MORE

Campaign for Bu Tina Island launched in Fujairah

Posted on 10/11/2011

A campaign in support of voting for Bu Tinah Island off Abu Dhabi in its bid to become one of the New7Wonders of Nature was launched Wednesday of Fujairah in a ceremony yesterday. The New7Wonders of Nature contest was launched in 2007 in the wake of a campaign to find the man-made Official New7Wonders of the World, in which more than 100 million votes were cast. The campaign was inaugurated by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, crown prince who had inaugurated who casted ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Mubarak calls Media to raise awareness on voting for Bu Tinah

Posted on 02/11/2011

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Public Works and Chairman of the National Media Council has invited all media in the state to come forward and raise awareness among the public on the importance of voting for Bu Tinah making it one of the New7Wonders (N7W) of Nature. In a statement to Emirates News Agency (WAM), He said: "We hope that media will play its role in promoting awareness among the citizens, residents and visitors on the importance of biodiversity in the UAE and ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid visits 'Bu Tinah Experience'

Posted on 01/11/2011

Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on Monday visited the 'Bu Tinah Experience' at the Abu Dhabi Corniche which was launched by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) to drive greater awareness on the importance of conserving the UAE's biodiversity and to support the UAE's bid for the island to become one of the New7Wonders (N7W) of Nature. Sheikh Mohammed, who was accompanied by H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin ...  >>MORE

Bikers for Bu Tinah go on day-long ride around the city to raise awareness

Posted on 30/10/2011

A group of over 50 UAE residents came out on their motorbikes in full support of the Vote Bu Tinah Campaign in an effort to increase awareness and build support for the campaign. The group took the initiative to tour the key malls in Abu Dhabi City to encourage shoppers to vote for Bu Tinah and support the UAE's bid for the Island to become one of the New7Wonders (N7W) of Nature. The N7W competition will draw to a close on November 11, 2011. The tour included four key sites along the bikers' ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Zayed votes for Bu Tinah

Posted on 24/10/2011

HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi, and Chairman of Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD), yesterday voted for the Bu Tinah Island, which is in the final stages of competing to become one of the New 7 Wonders (N7W) of Nature during a tour of the 'Bu Tinah Experience' exhibition being staged by EAD at the Abu Dhabi Corniche. Sheikh Hamdan asserted that with support by the sons of the UAE for this national effort, Bu Tinah will remain ...  >>MORE

Migrating Greater Flamingos on screen at Bu Tinah Experience Eco-Cinema

Posted on 19/10/2011

With the recent return of the Greater Flamingo after a ten-year absence at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve in Abu Dhabi, Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, Secretary General of Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD), said that protection of vital ecosystems and habitats was critical to ensuring a sustainable future for Abu Dhabi Emirate. The third episode of The Environment Show, with Ask Ali' highlights EAD's conservation efforts to protect the Greater flamingo, which is a species native to Bu Tinah Island. ...  >>MORE

Lucky Bu Tinah dome visitor to get island tour

Posted on 17/10/2011

The Environment Agency — Abu Dhabi (EAD) has announced that visitors to the ‘Bu Tinah Experience' — the great white dome on the Abu Dhabi Corniche — have a chance to win a private one-day tour of Bu Tinah Island. All they have to do is simply vote the island to be one of the world's New7Wonders of Nature and answer three trivia questions. EAD plans to celebrate the end of the campaign by rewarding a dome visitor the rare chance to visit the island. The lucky winner will be announced on Nov.11. ...  >>MORE

Turtle lagoon to pave way for rehab centre

Posted on 29/09/2011

A turtle lagoon in a large white dome which recreates Bu Tinah Island on the Corniche will lead to the establishment of the first Turtle Rehabilitation Centre in Abu Dhabi. The one-and-half-month long exhibition of biodiversity on the Bu Tinah Island which is in the final race to become New Seven Wonders (NW7) of Nature, will open to the public tomorrow morning. The endangered turtle species in the lagoon are part of a rehabilitation initiative during the exhibition aimed at rescuing ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi brings Bu Tinah Island to the public

Posted on 28/09/2011

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) is bringing Bu Tinah Island - which is otherwise restricted to visitors except for scientific research - to the general public. The white dome on the Abu Dhabi Corniche - that has been generating interest on social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter and also passersby - has finally been revealed as an EAD initiative which will allow people to experience Bu Tinah Island. The uniquely designed dome, called the ‘Bu Tinah Experience', is located ...  >>MORE

EAD to promote Bu Tinah Island and Abu Dhabi's Desert Wildlife at ADIHEX 2011

Posted on 15/09/2011

In line with its role to educate the public about Abu Dhabi's natural heritage and the need to protect our natural resources, the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) will be participating in the ninth annual Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (ADIHEX) this week. EAD's team of experts will be on hand to promote Bu Tinah Island, a finalist in the international New7Wonders of Nature competition, as well as showcase some of Abu Dhabi's exciting desert wildlife, such as ...  >>MORE

Director of New 7 Wonders Foundation urges people to support Bu Tinah

Posted on 19/06/2011

The Director of the Switzerland-based New 7 Wonders (N7W) Foundation met with senior managers of the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) yesterday to discuss the UAE's campaign for Bu Tinah Island to be voted as one of the seven winners of the global ‘New 7 Wonders of Nature' contest. Bu Tinah Island, part of the Marawah Marine Biosphere Reserve in Al Gharbia, Abu Dhabi, has been shortlisted as one of the finalists in the international competition to find the world's seven most outstanding ...  >>MORE

Visitors to Sir Bani Yas have mangroves planted for them

Posted on 15/05/2011

Thousands of newly planted mangroves on Sir Bani Yas Island are in commemoration of each visitor to the island. The planting will continue until the number of visitors and plants matches. So far 48,000 Grey Mangrove Avicennia Marina were planted in the past two years. Guests are generally touched that a tree will be planted to commemorate and offset the environmental impact of their visit. "Some people seem surprised that we do this. But we really do, we count up the names and messages [of ...  >>MORE

Western Region Development Council organises voting campaign for Bu Tinah Island

Posted on 28/04/2011

The Western Region Development Council (WRDC) has organised a mass voting campaign in support of the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi's efforts to establish the Bu Tinah Island as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Bu Tinah Island is part of the largest protected area off the coast of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates and enjoys globally unique coral reefs, natural mangroves and is a home to the highest density of dugongs in the world, it is one of the 28 official finalists for ...  >>MORE

Bu Tinah enthrals divers from across region

Posted on 14/03/2011

Marine divers from across the region rallied their support for Bu Tinah Island at the Dubai International Boat Show. Hundreds divers, including Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair, President of the UAE's Federal National Council (FNC) and member of the Emirates Diving Association (EDA), visited the Bu Tinah voting booth to vote for the Island to become one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Held alongside the Dubai International Boat Show was the Dive Middle East Exhibition (DMEX), the Middle East's only dive ...  >>MORE

EAD urges young minds to come up with innovative ways to promote campaign for Bu Tinah to be voted as one of the world's 7 Natural Wonders

Posted on 30/12/2010

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) is inviting students across the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to participate in its 10th Annual Environment Competition. It is the first time since its inception that the competition is open to students in every emirate. EAD is also launching a brand new website for the competition where participants can register as well as download the competition categories and guidelines. One of the aims of this year's competition is to get young people from across ...  >>MORE

EAD launches Bu Tinah voting campaign

Posted on 07/11/2010

The Bu Tinah 'Beetles' takeover the streets of Abu Dhabi throughout the month of November. The Bu Tinah voting booth will make its debut presence at the 2010 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the Abu Dhabi Corniche Fan Zone and at the Yas Hotel. The Bu Tinah voting booth will be enticing shoppers at Marina Mall and Mall of the Emirates, as part of a fresh push as the competition heats up. The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi's (EAD) Vote Bu Tinah! campaign is heating up this ...  >>MORE

Nahyan votes for Bu Tinah

Posted on 07/10/2010

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and top educators who gathered yesterday at the opening of the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research's (ECSSR) First Conference "Education in the UAE, Current Status and Future Development", showed their support for the global campaign to vote Bu Tinah island as one of the 7 wonders of nature of the world by casting their votes at the Bu Tinah voting booth. During the two- day conference, ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed votes for Bu Tinah Island at ADIHEX

Posted on 23/09/2010

His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, voted for Bu Tinah Island, which is competing in an international competition to become one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Sheikh Mohammed showed his support for Bu Tinah by casting his vote at the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi's (EAD) booth at the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (ADIHEX). Bu Tinah Island, located around 130 km ...  >>MORE

Bu Tinah and conservation go together

Posted on 03/08/2010

Voting for Bu Tinah implies voting for conservation as it's indeed a wonder of the nature that such a rich and sustainable model of biodiversity flourishes in such a harsh climate. No wonder Bu Tinah Island has found its way to the final list along with 28 others to be named one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The serene island lies 130kms west off the coast of Abu Dhabi. Some of nature's most endangered animals thrive on the island, and coral reefs boom here. Far from the bustle ...  >>MORE

Bu Tinah voting booth travels to Abu Dhabi International Airport

Posted on 27/07/2010

Travellers passing through Abu Dhabi International Airport are being urged to vote online or by texting 3888 from their mobile phones for the UAE's Bu Tinah Island, which is competing to become one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) will have its Bu Tinah Voting booth in Terminal 1 of the Airport during peak hours from July 25 until August 25, 2010. The booth is expected to attract thousands of potential voters. Abu Dhabi International Airport sees ...  >>MORE

Call to help make Bu Tinah a wonder of the world

Posted on 26/07/2010

Officials are seeking the help of residents to have Bu Tinah included as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Residents are urged to vote in favour of this tiny archipelago, which lies 130km west of Abu Dhabi. The Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi's Bu Tinah campaign received a boost yesterday when the Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) agreed to become the Platinum Sponsor. Bu Tinah, the only UAE finalist, earlier this year emerged as one of just 28 chosen from a list of ...  >>MORE

Department of Transport - Public Buses supports Vote for Bu Tinah campaign

Posted on 27/06/2010

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) has partnered with the Department of Transport (DoT) on an exciting initiative to encourage people to vote for Bu Tinah Island, as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. A fleet of 14 public buses, enveloped completely in the campaign's messages, have been capturing people's attention on the streets of Abu Dhabi and the remaining emirates. 7 of these public buses follow Abu Dhabi city routes, while the other 7 public buses roam the remainder of the UAE. ...  >>MORE

Vote Campaign for Bu Tina Island as one of the World Natural 7 Wonders launched

Posted on 16/06/2010

The Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Abu Dhabi has held a campaign in conjunction with Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi (EAD) to vote for Bu Tina Island to become one of the World Natural Seven Wonders. The move follows the instructions of the Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Naturalisation, Residency and Ports Affairs on the need to boost partnership and cooperation with the EAD. It is also part of efforts to strengthen societal relations with the ...  >>MORE

Critically endangered Turtle begins nesting on Bu Tinah Island

Posted on 25/04/2010

A group of critically endangered sea turtles have begun nesting on Bu Tinah Island, according to researchers from the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD) who are surveying the island's unique biodiversity. Last week, 5 nests were confirmed by EAD experts and the number is expected to increase over the coming months. The Hawksbill turtles have been observed arriving onto the beach to nest as night falls on the Island. They were seen to be digging a pit in the sand, laying their eggs, ...  >>MORE

Rare turtles home on Bu Tinah

Posted on 18/04/2010

At least five new nesting sites for endangered hawksbill turtles were recorded by researchers with the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD) last week on the white banks of Bu Tinah Island, 130km west of the capital. The tiny, protected archipelago, which is part of a core area of the Marawah Marine Biosphere Reserve, is one of 28 finalists in a contest to name seven of the world's natural wonders. Abu Dhabi plans to spend Dh28 million (US$7.6m) to promote Bu Tinah, which the EAD described as ...  >>MORE

Electronic Vote to select UAE landmarks among the World Natural Seven Wonders

Posted on 12/04/2010

The General Headquarters of Abu Dhabi Police, has created an electronic link on the website of Department of Community Police to avail an opportunity for all police personnel to vote the island of Bu Tinah and Liwa Crescent among new seven wonders of nature in the world. This step comes within the guidance of police leadership to develop partnerships among government, private sector and individuals to preserve the natural heritage and terrain, besides observance of traditions and historical ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Zayed launches two new ferries to Delma Island

Posted on 17/03/2010

Ruler's Representative in the Western Region HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan inaugurated today two new state-of-the-art ferry vessels between Delma Island and the Jebel Al Dhanna in the Western Region. The new ferries will enormously enhance sea transport between the island and the mainland. The Launching ceremony was attended by Sheikh Nahyan Bin Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Nahyan and a large number of senior officials. Upon arrival at the ceremonial site, Sheikh Hamdan took a tour around ...  >>MORE

EAD launches International Vote Bu Tinah Campaign

Posted on 07/03/2010

Close your eyes and imagine a wonder of nature. Blue skies, clean water, flamingos flying overhead, corals surviving underwater, turtles nesting happily and mangroves growing healthy. Now open your eyes and vote for Bu Tinah Island as a wonder of nature! Promoting messages such as the message above, the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) today launched an international campaign to encourage people to vote for Bu Tinah Island, as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Bu Tinah Island is ...  >>MORE

Delma plays to its strength as reservoir of a rich tradition

Posted on 01/08/2009

The volcanic island of Delma is counted among the eight 'Desert Islands' which include Sir Bani Yas Island and the previously unexplored Discovery Islands. Approximately 6,000 Emiratis and expatriates live on Delma, which is known for its pearl diving and fishing traditions, besides the cultivation of date palms and a bountiful supply of water. The name Delma in Arabic means "a bucket of water" and signifies its former standing among neighbouring cities thanks to a famous well. Now the Abu ...  >>MORE

Island centre offers residents a host of opportunities

Posted on 01/08/2009

Before the Desert Islands Education Centre was set up about 500 Emiratis living on Delma Island were unemployed due to not completing their education or because of their poor English skills. A year ago, the Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC), in its aim to redefine tourism across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, decided to develop a multitude of opportunities for the desert island residents, and invested in diverse projects, one of which included the Desert Islands Education Centre ...  >>MORE

'We'll push for Bu Tinah to be new wonder of nature'

Posted on 23/07/2009

The Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD) says a "concerted effort" will be made across the UAE to support Bu Tinah Shoals after it reached the final stages of a global poll to be named one of the world's New7Wonders of Nature. The low-lying shoal, which is set amid extensive coral formations and seagrass beds around 35 kilometres north of Marawah, was named a finalist earlier this week in the New7Wonders of Nature initiative, which aims to identify the most breathtaking areas of nature on the ...  >>MORE

Bu Tinah, a ‘wonder’ in the making

Posted on 05/07/2009

In terms of global prominence, it is nowhere near as well-known as the Phi Phi Islands in Thailand or Yemen's distinctive Socotra archipelago. Yet the Bu Tinah shoals, a tiny cluster of islands 25km from Zirku Island in Abu Dhabi, is leading both its competitors in an online competition to be named as one of the seven new wonders of the world by the New7Wonders Foundation, a non-profit Swiss-based organisation. Home to rare birds such as the flamingo, as well as turtles, dolphins, dugongs and ...  >>MORE

Mangrove planting drive on Sir Bani Yas island

Posted on 28/01/2009

Over 1,500 mangrove seedlings are being planted on Sir Bani Yas Island, the nature-based destination recently opened to tourists, as part of a visitor pledge by Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), the resort's master developer. When Sir Bani Yas Island opened to guests last October, TDIC pledged to plant one mangrove for every visitor, ensuring tourists contribute to the preservation of Abu Dhabi's natural resources. "The pledge has been well received by guests who are all eager ...  >>MORE

Tree planted for every visitor to island

Posted on 22/01/2009

A mangrove seedling will be planted in honour of each of the 1,500 people who have visited Sir Bani Yas Island since the nature reserve was opened to tourists in October. The trees will be planted to offset the visitors' environmental impact. "If you're familiar with the history of Sir Bani Yas, you'll know it's a unique island with a green history that we have to preserve and protect,” said Lars Nielsen, a spokesman for the Desert Islands project. "The development of this island comes with ...  >>MORE

A favourite weekend getaway — Sir Bani Yas

Posted on 28/12/2008

It is a long, uneventful journey between Abu Dhabi and Jabel Dhana in Al Gharbia (the Western Region of Abu Dhabi emirate). The lack of speed cameras tempt taxi drivers to push the accelerator along the 250-km desert highway. From Marsa Jabel Dhana, there is a short, 15 minutes ferry trip to Sir Bani Yas, the latest tourist destination of UAE. Already becoming a favourite weekend getaway, the island's first and only (for the time being) hotel, the Desert Islands Resort and Spa is offering ...  >>MORE

Man-made Lulu Island opens to the public

Posted on 13/04/2007

Lulu Island is part perfectly manicured and part rough terrain. The man-made six square kilometre island that stretches from the Abu Dhabi breakwater to the Mina Zayed area has finally opened to the public, years after rumours of its development began. Boats take visitors from a jetty near the Emirates Heritage Village to Lulu Island, where buses and a little train awaits them to take them around the island. There are four boats, and each can carry 25 people, as well as a sea bus which ...  >>MORE

Lulu Island opens for public

Posted on 10/04/2007

Lulu Island off the Abu Dhabi coast is officially opened for the public, the Department for Municipalities and Agriculture announced in the capital yesterday. Saif Al Qubaisi, Assistant Under Secretary for Roads and Technical Services, said: "'The move is an embodiment of the leadership's directives to turn Abu Dhabi into a major global tourism destination offering high quality diverse resort and recreational facilities.” The objective of the 10-km island development is to create a ...  >>MORE

Delma Island - from a barren land to a charming oasis

Posted on 10/09/2006

The Sharjah-based Arabic daily, "Al Khaleej", on Friday ran an extensive feature on Delma Island of Abu Dhabi. The island, which is located at about 160 kilometres west of the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, is about 10 kilometre long from north to south and 5 kilometre long from east to west. Being a volcanic island, Delma's terrain is a combination of mountains hills, valleys and plains. It is home to about 6000 people. The island has been inhabited for the past thousands of years, thanks to the ...  >>MORE

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Hamdan bin Zayed hails efforts of EAD in establishing and managing protected areas


Green Festival enhances the status of UAE in achieving sustainable development


EAD official hails the united support of the UAE people for Bu Tinah


Campaign for Bu Tina Island launched in Fujairah


Hamdan bin Mubarak calls Media to raise awareness on voting for Bu Tinah


Mohammed bin Rashid visits 'Bu Tinah Experience'


Bikers for Bu Tinah go on day-long ride around the city to raise awareness


Hamdan bin Zayed votes for Bu Tinah


Migrating Greater Flamingos on screen at Bu Tinah Experience Eco-Cinema


Lucky Bu Tinah dome visitor to get island tour


Turtle lagoon to pave way for rehab centre


Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi brings Bu Tinah Island to the public


EAD to promote Bu Tinah Island and Abu Dhabi's Desert Wildlife at ADIHEX 2011


Director of New 7 Wonders Foundation urges people to support Bu Tinah


Visitors to Sir Bani Yas have mangroves planted for them


Western Region Development Council organises voting campaign for Bu Tinah Island


Bu Tinah enthrals divers from across region


EAD urges young minds to come up with innovative ways to promote campaign for Bu Tinah to be voted as one of the world's 7 Natural Wonders


EAD launches Bu Tinah voting campaign


Nahyan votes for Bu Tinah


Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed votes for Bu Tinah Island at ADIHEX


Bu Tinah and conservation go together


Bu Tinah voting booth travels to Abu Dhabi International Airport


Call to help make Bu Tinah a wonder of the world


Department of Transport - Public Buses supports Vote for Bu Tinah campaign


Vote Campaign for Bu Tina Island as one of the World Natural 7 Wonders launched


Critically endangered Turtle begins nesting on Bu Tinah Island


Rare turtles home on Bu Tinah


Electronic Vote to select UAE landmarks among the World Natural Seven Wonders


Hamdan bin Zayed launches two new ferries to Delma Island


EAD launches International Vote Bu Tinah Campaign


Delma plays to its strength as reservoir of a rich tradition


Island centre offers residents a host of opportunities


'We'll push for Bu Tinah to be new wonder of nature'


Bu Tinah, a ‘wonder’ in the making


Mangrove planting drive on Sir Bani Yas island


Tree planted for every visitor to island


A favourite weekend getaway — Sir Bani Yas


Man-made Lulu Island opens to the public


Lulu Island opens for public


Delma Island - from a barren land to a charming oasis