Get ready for some floral fun on November 7th with the reopening of the world’s largest natural flower garden.
Dubai Miracle Garden will be back for its sixth season, featuring a yet-to-be-announced brand new theme. The attraction won a Guinness World Record in 2016 for the planet’s largest flower structure, in the shape of an Emirates Airbus A380, and they haven’t let us down this time.
New for 2017/2018 are floral palm trees, giraffes made of petals and even a giant teddy bear.
If you’ve never visited, Dubai Miracle Garden features more than 100 million flowers in 70 varieties over a 72,000 square meter area. The attraction attracts about 55,000 people a week. We sure are re-leafed that the weather is improving, so we can spend hours filling up our social media feeds with lovely blooms. Just look how pretty it is:
Once you’ve had your fill of flowers, why not head next door to Dubai’s Butterfly Garden? The attraction houses more than 15,000 gorgeous butterflies from 26 species.
Getting there is now much easier too, as last year the Roads and Transport Authority launched a bus route between Mall of the Emirates bus station and the Miracle Garden. Catch the 105; Sunday to Thursday from 2pm to 8pm, and Friday and Saturday from 12pm to 10pm for AED 5.
AED 40. 9am-9pm (11pm on weekends) during winter. Miracle Gardens, Al Barsha South 3, Dubailand. Dubai Butterfly Garden is open from 9am to 6pm daily. 04 422 8902.