The Dubai Miracle Garden, which is the world’s largest natural flower garden, will reopen on Sunday, the 1st November for its ninth season.
The park will however reopen under strict health and safety protocols, which has been designed to ensure the safety of visitors, while they continue to enjoy a fun-filled experience.
Every year, the garden has something new to offer the visitors, and this year has some surprises too. This year, the attraction features largest display of most fragrant and colourful blooms, comprising more than 150 million flowers and 120 varieties, some of which is the first to be cultivated in the Gulf region.
Plenty of outdoor activities have been included. The park has improved its night experience for guests by incorporating sculptures that are adorned with twinkling lights.
A noteworthy concept this year in the park is the ‘aerial floating lady’, dressed in exotic flowers.
The revamped amphitheatre is another wonderful place which serves as an observatory for visitors to enjoy live entertainment and other shows. Complete panoramic views of the garden can be obtained by visitors from the top.
The 400-metre walking track at the park offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely walk in the garden. The track will also host the daily entertainment shows such as costume and floral parades, Zumba sessions, street performers and other recreations.
Another popular attraction in the garden is the cartoon characters which is the main draw for young visitors. They will be in for an amazing treat and drawn to the well-designed 3D shapes of life-size animals.
Other attractions in the park are the record-breaking Emirates A380 display along with an 18m floral structure of Mickey Mouse within the Disney Avenue in the garden. This will continue to act as one of the most extravagant displays. Another such visual treat this year is the Floral Castle, which includes a garden dining experience, the distinctive Caribbean and Asian hammocks, and illuminated nightscape.
“Every year, we challenge ourselves to create new and distinctive displays to keep Dubai Miracle Garden close to the hearts and minds of visitors, given them an experience worthy of sharing between friends and family members. This distinction that we bring to our visitors, season after season is the result of creativity, commitment and hard work of our team, whose aim is to achieve the highest level of recognition for Dubai Miracle Garden and highlight Dubai as a leading tourist destination,” said Eng. Abdel Nasel Rahhal, Creator and Co-founder of Dubai Miracle Garden and Vice Chairman of Cityland Group, when he spoke to the media.
Safety measures taken
Dubai Miracle Garden has placed the health and safety of its visitors as its top priority. All necessary measures are in place inline with the requirement of the government health authority and procedures.
Body temperature of visitors will be taken at the venue before entering the garden, and hand sanitizers will be made available across all areas in the park. Social distancing rules will also be strictly implemented. The staff in the park have been trained to fully carry out safety, health and security measures.
Awards and recognition
The Dubai Miracle Garden was recognized thrice by the Guinness World Records so far. The garden bagged the Guinness World Record title in 2018 for being ‘The Tallest Topiary Structure forming a shape of Mickey Mouse’.
In the year 2013, the garden broke the record for the ‘Largest Vertical Garden’ while in 2016, the garden won another record for the world’s largest floral structure forming the shape of A380.
The park has also won several other international awards such as ‘The International Prize for Leading Tourist Gardens from Canada’ in 2017, the ‘Grand Prize for Commercial Design’ from the National Organization for Professional Gardens in the UK in 2017, and the ‘World Garden Tourism Award’ for the Garden of the Year category in 2015.
Spanning across a land area of 72,000 sqm in the heart of Dubailand, the park offers visitors a dedicated space for entertainment and for sale of food and beverages.
Park Timings & Tickets
Open daily from 9am to 9pm on Weekdays
Open from 9am to 11pm on Weekends (Friday and Saturday) & public holidays.
Tickets Prized at Dh.55 for those over 12years of age.
Dh.40 for children aged below 12 years.
Free entry for kids below 3years of age, and people with determination.