Living in UAE for almost 3 years, I love everything about the country. I’m extremely grateful for leading a decent life, meet people from different countries, and..the list is long. Dubai always amazes and inspires me to work hard towards my life goals. In addition to giving the financial security, Dubai allows me to have little pleasures at an affordable price like Global Village, Miracle Garden, Water Canal, Abra and Dubai Garden Glow.
One of my most favourite places to visit in Dubai is the Miracle Garden.
Miracle garden is located at Al Barsha, Dubai and it extends over 72,000 square metres, forming it the world’s biggest natural flower garden emphasising over 50 million flowers (credit Wikipedia). Being a flower lover, but love to see those on plants, Miracle garden is my absolute favourite. The garden was first opened for public in 2013 on Valentine’s Day and it operates in October to April, particularly in the winter season.
I have been to the Miracle Garden twice, and my recent visit was a week ago. Compared to the last year, they have added many new features including the Disney characters, installed after the new deal with Walt Disney. The whole garden is about a 3 hours walk. The cats at the gate were the first thing I awed, followed by the beautiful Turtle Pond. Candy shop and Ice cream shops on the way definitely fascinated me even though I’m an adult.
Arches decorated with beautiful creepers, flowers, and umbrellas were eye soothing and made cool shades on sunny days. The benches located several places in the garden are instant stretch providers in between the walk.
I got excited to see Flower Emirates flight which was also there last year. As I mentioned before, there are new additions to the Garden, as a result of the deal with Walt Disney. Mickey, Donald Duck, and Goofy, made of flowers and green leaves, are alluring to look at.
Now we have almost come to an end of Miracle Garden Tour. Apart from the small shops, the garden has all kinds of restaurants inside it. I have forgotten to mention about the shops where you can buy a souvenir as you leave the garden. Also, they have ample space for conducting different events.
Hope you liked my mini Dubai Miracle Garden travel blog. I would strongly recommend you to visit the Miracle Garden if you are planning to travel to Dubai in the winter. The post is just a teaser and you have got lots of other features to see and enjoy.
//This is not a sponsored post but just a blog.