Ta’ Qali National Park is getting a €20 million investment which could see it become a prominent attraction for some big stars to perform in Malta. With works being carried out on the concert area, national park and BOV Adventure Park, Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg announced during his visit that the million-euro investment will provide a park equivalent to the size of 60 football pitches. Around 450,000 square meters, the park will also get a whopping 80,000 new trees.
The new concert area will allow for some huge activities to be carried out, making Malta a possible hub for various artists to include it on their European tours. The main entrance and fountain will both be getting restorations, including paving work and installation of modern lighting. Renewable energy systems will also be included. The Minister called the project a dream of many which is becoming a reality.
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