Saturday, March 25, 2017

Dubai Miracle Garden

During winter season, one of the places worth visiting is the Dubai Miracle Garden.  From " Get lost in a one-of-a-kind world of wonderment at Dubai Miracle Garden. The park is home to the region's biggest flower garden with more than 45 million blooming flowers across 72,000sq/m, all showcased in a variety of immense sculptures and designs. Feast your eyes on blooming pyramids, stars, igloos, and hearts. Marvel at the record-breaking wall of flowers, or take a stroll under a ceiling of colourful umbrellas. Bursting with vibrant displays, the park feels more like an immersive art exhibit than a tourist attraction. You'll leave knowing you've truly witnessed a miracle: a mega garden in the middle of a desert"

It's really a nice place for picture taking or if you love flowers. Just a tip though, go as early as you can so there will be not much photo bombers in your pictorial otherwise you'll end up with a solo shot of yourself with a lot of people in the background.

This attraction used to be in Al Ain called Al Ain Paradise and entry was for free although it was not as big as this one, but still having not to pay was definitely a plus factor.

The entry fee is quite expensive for AED 40/ adult, AED 30/ child aged 3-12. It used to be AED 30 when it first opened and there are no group deal discounts (groupon, cobone etc.) for this, tickets are exclusively sold in their ticket counters and ticket purchased outside are not valid. Apart from that, the food is really expensive, so better bring water or just ear after your trip.

Let's photo blog, shall we.
It is a tourist destination and if you are in Dubai, do check it out although this will close during Summer Months.

More information about Dubai Miracle Garden can be found in their website: