A part of Dubai’s desert city was once transformed into a lush garden. It was a big deal back then in comparison to the surrounding Middle Eastern nations. Other areas continued to be arid. For all residents and visitors to Dubai who want to spend their free time among various plants six months out of the year. Dubai Miracle Garden is coming back with its 11th season in October 2022.
Dubai Miracle Garden Reopens This Winter
Over 50 million blooms from 120 different species are present in the vast garden. Enjoy the charm of an aerial hovering lady decked out in a wide array of unique flowers. Guests can stroll along the 400-meter public footpath while also taking in street performances. Floral and costume parades and Zumba classes will be part of the show. Additionally, guests will be able to take in the entire garden from the recently refurbished amphitheater-cum-observation deck. Visitors should ] think about going to the nearby Butterfly Garden as well.
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Feeling hungry while roaming around so much? No worries, an enticing fresh fruit juice kiosk, coffee shops, and candy stores are just a few among the 30 food and beverage sellers at Dubai Miracle.
How To Reach?
Dubai Miracle Garden is at Al Barsha South 3, Dubailand, Dubai. The best option is to use your own vehicle or order an Uber. You can reach the downtown Barsha neighbourhood with metro train services. There is currently no bus service on RTA Bus Route 105 from MOE to the destination. If using public transit is not practical for you, a taxi is also an option.