The largest reptile enclosure in the Middle East is being developed and rebuilt in an 11,500 square meter area located close to the current train station.

The Reptile Park contains indoor and outdoor exhibits and fun walkways populated by more than 100 species of reptiles from all over the world, including crocodiles, turtles, lizards and snakes. There will be more than 600 animals in the area, and the land will be planted with 299 trees and over 200 other plants on 3,855 square meters of vegetation. By visiting the Reptile Park, visitors will discover everything there is to know about the largest reptiles in the world including giant turtles, Nile crocodiles and Komodo dragons.

It also provides an educational and entertaining experience for visitors and students to become acquainted with the conservation programs devised for these exciting animals outside their home country. In addition, a unique tour and overview will be provided for all visitors to the oldest animals that still walk the planet.

Reptile Park gives visitors the opportunity to climb on giant reptile sculptures that resemble the real thing and provides children with vast green spaces in which to play and enjoy while surrounded by natural wildlife.