Abdel Naser Rahhal

Dubai Miracle Garden eyes 1.5 million guests

Dubai Miracle Garden, the world’s largest natural flower garden, is all set to attract over 1.5 million guests as they display its breathtaking array of over 60 million flowers with a specially designed floral display in association with Emirates Airline A380.

TT Bureau

Abdel Naser Rahhal, Vice Chairman, Cityland Group, which is the developer of the Dubai Miracle Garden, said, “As a unique destination to see spectacular floral displays showcased in a variety 0of dramatic sculptures and designs, the Dubai Miracle Garden has carved a special place in the hearts of residents and visitors over the last four years. This year, we look forward to welcoming visitors so that they can enjoy the stunning landscapes within the park and enjoy the vibrant new displays we have in store for them.”

This year, Dubai Miracle Garden will also have another new exhibit called ‘Lost Paradise’ which is an underground floral cascade with a depth of 20 ft. There will also be more than 20 food and beverage vendors to choose from for visitors to enjoy a great meal with beautiful views. During the past four years, residents and visitors from various other countries have enjoyed new attractions/features very time it opens towards the end of autumn in November. There are several entrances and when you enter it is truly as if you have entered through the gates of paradise. The fine detailing of every feature in the garden is an exceptional concept by the creators.

At the first glance you will be wooed almost magically to this really happy land full of flowers. The whole garden measures up to about 700,000 square feet. Some of the attractions include the love boat, parrots, white house, butterfly windmills, beautiful arches and pergolas with flowers and umbrellas as well. Burj Khalifa with a water fountain, many palaces and houses, crying face, a flower clock embedded on the floor.

It is a seasonal attraction which opens from end of November to end of May. The garden will be open from 0900 to 2100 hours on weekdays and 0900 to 2300 hours on Friday and Saturdays. Regular admission is DH40 per adult, DH 30 per child (from 3-12 years). Entry is free for people with disabilities and children 2 years and under.

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