Dubai Miracle Garden, the largest natural flower garden in the world, is set to return for its ninth season on Sunday, November 1. The park is set to reopen under stringent health and safety protocols designed to ensure visitors can continue to enjoy a fun-filled experience within a safe environment.
The attraction this year features over 150 million flowers of more than 120 varieties, including some of which have never been cultivated in the Gulf region. Among the many notable concepts at the park is the 'aerial floating lady' dressed in exotic flowers.
The venue will be open daily from 9am until 9pm during weekdays and from 9am until 11pm on weekends (Friday and Saturday) and public holidays. Admission tickets are priced at Dh55 for adults (over 12 years old) and Dh40 for children aged 12 and below. Children below the age of three and people of determination can access the park for free.
A 400-meter walking track at the park offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy leisurely walks amidst the floral artistry. The track will also be used for daily entertainment shows including costume and floral parades, street performers, Zumba sessions and other physical and recreational activities.
Other attractions at the park include the record-breaking Emirates A380 display along with an 18-metre floral structure of Mickey Mouse within the garden's Disney Avenue. Other visual treats returning this year include the Floral Castle that accommodates a garden dining experience, illuminated nightscape, and the distinctive Caribbean and Asian hammocks.
The venue will strictly monitor the body temperature of visitors entering the garden and hand sanitisers will be available across all areas.
Social distancing rules will also be strictly implemented across the park, said Engineer Abdel Naser Rahhal, Creator and Co-founder of Dubai Miracle Garden and Vice Chairman of Cityland Group, the developer of the project.
Sprawled across a land area of 72,000 square meters in the heart of Dubailand, the park will also offer visitors a dedicated space for entertainment and the sale of food and beverages.
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