Dubai Miracle Garden reopens after summer break
The famous Dubai Miracle Garden, one of the most popular tourist attractions, will reopen in Dubai after a summer break.
New floral arrangements and sculptures are expected in the new season. The garden is scheduled to open this year in October. It will be open for six to seven months.
Dubai Miracle Garden is the largest flower garden in the world and is home to more than 150 million flowers. Its area is 72 thousand square metres and its main attraction is the exact replicas of famous buildings and architectural structures made of flowers.
The heart-shaped arches on the Avenue of Love are particularly popular with visitors. There are life-size castles and flower houses within the garden. Last season the garden was graced by the beloved cartoon characters Smurfs. The Smurf Village, Smurf Activity Area and Smurf Topiaries have been created to celebrate the Belgian cartoon characters.
Dubai Miracle Garden features a model of Emirates Airline’s famous A380 aircraft. The arrangement consists of around 500,000 living flowers and plants and has been classified by the Guinness Book of World Records.
Dubai’s Miracle Garden is home to the UAE’s largest butterfly garden, Butterfly Garden, home to over 15,000 species of winged beauties. Its nine domes with a total area of 2,600 square meters provide an ideal habitat for the insects.
In Butterfly Garden you can watch butterflies take flight, but you can also watch caterpillars take on colourful wings as they transform. At the Butterfly and Insect Museum you can see thousands of colourful butterflies from all over the world and learn a lot about them.
Source: What’s On
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