Dubai Miracle Garden: First Look at Floral Displays for Season 12, Attractions to Expect

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Dubai Miracle Garden, the largest natural flower garden in the world, is now open to visitors, with new floral displays marking its 12th anniversary.

Its team of architects and designers worked to create a more impressive garden this season. The floral destination is spread across 72,000sqm in Dubai Land and hosts a record-breaking 150 million natural flowers from more than 120 varieties.

 

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Visitors will surely enjoy the “Umbrella Tunnel” and “Lake Park”, among other awe-inspiring displays. Dubai Miracle Garden also introduced a new, bigger-sized Water Wheel that will accompany the two smaller Water Wheels that already exist within the garden.

This season also adds more Smurfs-themed exhibits. The “Smurfs Mushroom Village: has introduced seven new structures, with additional space for visitors to move about, rest, and take Instagram-worthy photos. Visitors could delight in the sight of Smurfs characters dressed in unique and never-before-seen floral attires.

Within the Central Plaza, another group of Smurfs characters engage with the numerous botanical exhibits, striking quirky poses and adding an extra layer of enchantment to the experience.

All other floral exhibits that have made Dubai Miracle Garden a crowd favourite will continue to be featured this season, including the “Floral Tunnels” featuring a brilliant display of flowers, water-themed attractions and 3D water and lighting installations.

Two giant hands displaying the shape of a heart will continue being a favourite among visitors looking to create a picture-perfect moment. The Dubai Miracle Garden also boasts the famous, Guinness World Record-holding Emirates A380 exhibit that is covered in more than 500,000 fresh flowers and live plants.

This year’s edition also boasts an expanded fleet of retail and F&B offerings, paired with additional seating areas throughout the garden so that visitors can sit down and enjoy the views while enjoying a drink or a bite.

Dubai Miracle Garden opens daily from 9am to 9pm during weekdays, and until 11pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. ICA/Expat Media


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