Dubai is a city of wonders among the sands of the Arabian Desert, conquers and captures the height of its skyscrapers, luxury hotels, and a variety of entertainment. Every year new wonders appear in Dubai, more amazing and unusual than the previous ones. Do you think you’ve already seen everything? Visit the Dubai Miracle Garden Flower Park, and check the truth of the phrase “the impossible is possible”.
The park covers an area of 72,000 square meters. There are 45,000,000 colours of various shades and shapes. The best landscape designers from all over the world worked in the park and created amazing flower arrangements. They are unique both in their scale and high quality of execution. For example, a portrait of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan surrounded by hearts or the board of the national airline Emirates. Also popular is a 10-meter pyramid, a giant clock, and a flower wall 800 meters long. References to the exhibits of the park can be found in the Guinness Book of Records.
Flowers designers are coming up with something new for each new season. Arriving one year, you will find some compositions, and a year later – completely different. Just imagine the most luxurious flower bouquets of peony flowers Dubai from the best flower shop and find yourself in the middle of this fantastic beauty! Order the flower delivery and get this very miracle in your home. Fresh bouquet delivery will provide you with unbelievable beauty and aroma in almost no time and for a reasonable price.
By the way, if you have a private house or a vegetable garden, then Dubai Miracle Garden is a great place for inspiration. And at least a dozen new Instagram photos will appear.
Park opening hours and cost
Dubai Miracle Garden operates only two seasons a year: winter and spring. Opening hours: from 10 am to 10 pm, regardless of the day of the week. It is recommended to visit the park in the afternoon, in the late afternoon. It is during this period that the park is especially beautiful – the amazing illumination and the magnificent sunset sky will not leave anyone indifferent!
The entrance fee in the previous season was 55 AED and 40 AED for children under 12 years old. Admission is free for children under 3 years old and people with disabilities.
On the territory of the Park of Wonders, there is a separate territory – a Butterfly Garden. The entrance to it is separate because, unlike Miracle Garden, this park is open all year round. Multi-coloured domes were built on a small territory, under the roof of which 15,000 butterflies settled. Moreover, all the most interesting things are concentrated not in the first halls, but a little further from the entrance. Here, small creatures of all imaginable colours hunt visitors, striving to land on them without warning and take part in another photo shoot.
The Butterfly Garden is open daily from 9.00 to 18.00. Entrance to the “Butterfly Garden” is 55 AED, for children under 3 years old – free of charge.
How to get there?
Dubai Miracle Garden is geographically located in the southeastern district of al-Barsha. In addition to the guided tour ($20 on average), there are several ways to get to it yourself. The easiest and fastest option is a taxi from the Mall of the Emirates. You can easily get to the shopping centre by metro. From there, get into a car that will take you to the flower park in 10-15 minutes.
The cost of a one-way taxi ride will be 30-35 AED. To save money you can use public transport. Bus No. 105 runs from the Mall of the Emirates to the flower park. It drives non-stop to its destination. The trip will take 15-20 minutes and will cost only 5 AED. Pay attention to the specifics of paying for public transport with NOL cards.
Dubai Miracle Garden is not the place to run headlong on the first day of the tour. The tranquillity and beauty that reigns in the park contrast very much with the bustle of traditional markets and modern business centres in Dubai. Therefore, to feel this especially clearly, leave the visit to the flower park for the last days of the trip. It is then that it will seem, maybe not a mirage, but a real miracle!