Al Noor Island - tranquil, thought-provoking and home to over 70,000 trees and plants including indigenous and endangered varieties - and a 250 year-old olive tree. Al Noor Island's landscape is a glorious celebration of green, with shaded woods, wild herbacious ground cover, towering cacti, evergreen trees, and rose-packed bushes. Stretching as far as the eye can see, getting back to nature has never been so exciting.
Al Noor Island has won multiple highly prestigious international awards for architecture and design. From the gently perforated ribbon of gold that curves effortlessly around the Butterly House, to the perfect-white soft simplicity of the Literature Pavilion, every bit of the island's built landscape is as beautiful as the butterflies that call it home.