Dubai: Dubai Miracle Garden, the world’s largest natural flower garden, returns for its ninth season on Sunday, November 1.
The park is set to reopen under rigorous health and safety protocols designed to ensure that visitors can continue to enjoy a fun experience in a safe environment.
This year’s attraction features the largest display of the most fragrant and colorful flowers, with over 150 million blooms of more than 120 varieties, some of which have never been grown in the Gulf region. In addition to adding lots of outdoor activities, the park has enhanced its nighttime experience for guests by adding sculptures adorned with twinkling lights.
Among the many notable concepts of the park is the “aerial floating lady” dressed in exotic flowers. The revamped amphitheater includes a magnificent palace that serves as an observatory where visitors can enjoy shows and other shows. From the top, visitors can capture the stunning panoramic views of the entire garden.
A 400-meter walking track in the park offers visitors the opportunity to take leisurely walks amid floral art. The track will also be used for daily entertainment shows, including costume and flower parades, street performers, Zumba sessions, and other physical and recreational activities. Visitors will be greeted by some of the most popular and important cartoon characters at the main entrance and will be treated with skillfully designed 3D shapes of life-size animals. Record attractions
Other attractions in the park include the record-breaking display of the Emirates A380 as well as an 18-meter Mickey Mouse flower structure in the garden’s Disney Avenue, which will continue to be among the garden’s most extravagant exhibits. Other visual pleasures returning this year include the Floral Castle which hosts a dining experience in the garden, an illuminated nighttime scenery, and the distinctive Caribbean and Asian hammocks.
Engineer Abdel Naser Rahhal, creator and co-founder of Dubai Miracle Garden and vice president of Cityland Group, the developer of the ambitious botanical project, said: “Every year we challenge ourselves to create new displays. distinctive features to keep Dubai Miracle Garden close to the hearts and minds of our visitors, providing them with an experience worthy of sharing with friends and family. This distinction that we bring to our visitors, season after season, is the result of the creativity, commitment and hard work of our team, whose goal is to achieve the highest level of recognition for Dubai Miracle Garden and to make Dubai a leading tourist destination. “
Rehal added that the Dubai Miracle Garden places the health and safety of its visitors as its top priority. “All necessary measures and protocols have been put in place in accordance with the requirements and procedures of government health authorities. The site will strictly monitor the body temperature of visitors entering the garden and hand sanitizers will be available in all areas. Social distancing rules will also be strictly enforced throughout the park. The park team has been trained to fully implement health, safety and security measures, ”he said.
Guinness World Records
The Dubai Miracle Garden has been recognized three times by Guinness World Records. The garden won a Guinness World Record title in 2018 for “ The tallest (supported) topiary structure forming a shape of Mickey Mouse. ” In 2016, it won another record for the world’s largest flower structure forming the shape of the A380 ‘, and in 2013 it broke the record for’ largest vertical garden ‘.
The park has also won several international awards, including the “International Award for Canada’s Leading Tourist Gardens” in 2017; the UK’s National Professional Garden Organization ‘Grand Prize for Commercial Design’ in 2017; and the ‘World Garden Tourism Award’ for the Garden of the Year category in 2015.
Spread over an area of 72,000 square meters in the heart of Dubailand, the park will also offer visitors a space dedicated to entertainment and the sale of food and drinks.
The Dubai Miracle Garden will be open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. weekdays and 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on weekends (Friday and Saturday) and holidays. Entrance tickets are priced at 55 Dh for adults (over 12) and 40 Dh for children 12 and under. Children under three and determined persons can enter the park for free.