Today, Monday, October 10th, Dubai Miracle Garden is re-opening its gates after being closed during the summer months.
The park’s most extensive natural flower garden in the world is fit for yet another season, with more than 150 million flowers and 120 different varieties coming together in one enormous playground.
With topiary designs that include floral displays attracting attention from several Guinness World Records, there are plenty of attractions to see inside this Instagrammable location.
Check the Emirate A380 display (53-meter high) and the 18-meter spectacular Disney-themed floral layout, which features nearly 100,000 flowers and weighs around 35 tonnes.
Take selfies at what’ll surely be one amazing scene as Smurf Village (another opening in 2021) returns and make kids happy with their colorful costumes that span throughout the entire park.
And last but not least, make sure you take a look at the artificial waterfalls that are already decorated with twinkling lights.
Dubai Miracle Garden costs Dhs75 for adults and Dhs60 for kids aged 3 to 12, with some free for those under three years old.