Miracle Garden To Ripe Market, These Dubai Attractions Will Soon Shut Their Doors For Summer

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Miracle Garden To Ripe Market, These Dubai Attractions Will Soon Shut Their Doors For Summer

Last weekend, Dubai’s most beloved festival, Global Village, closed its doors for the season. There are many other attractions as well that will be closing their gates soon as the season ends. But the good news is that you can still plan to visit them. So before it ends, make sure you check them all out, from Miracle Garden to Ripe Market. Hurry! 

Miracle Garden And More Attractions Will Be Closing Soon

Residents and all the tourists who are in the city for some more days, here is a small piece of good news for you. A few of the season’s mesmerising tourist attractions are still open for you to visit. 

Yes, after the Global Village, many more attractions will soon close their doors for visitors, like Miracle Garden, Ripe Market, and more. Some of these attractions will be closing this month itself, while others will be there for at least the first week of June. 

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Check Out These Three Attractions ASAP

1. Hatta Resorts

You have only 10 days left to explore the city’s gorgeous mountain enclave. Yes, the Hatta Resort, which is known for offering one of the best glamping experiences, will be closing down on May 14. 

The location has a variety of unusual housing alternatives, such as warm, purpose-built Damani lodges, modern glamping domes, and vintage American Sedr trailers.


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2. Miracle Garden

If you talk about paradise in Dubai or Instagram-worthy spots, the Emirates Miracle Garden ranks high on the list. With over 150 million flowers, this place boasts the most stunning arrangements of flowers. 

This display will be open to the public until June 4, so you must not at all miss it! It will be open from 9 am to 9 pm and you can purchase the tickets online or at the gate. 

3. Ripe Market

If you are a foodie, this weekly market should be on your list for sure. This open market is a well-liked weekly neighbourhood gathering. In essence, it is a farmers’ market that sells a variety of freshly picked, organic, and locally sourced produce, as well as artisanal foods, handmade goods, and other locally produced goods. The market will be closed on May 14. 


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Have you visited them yet?

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