Dubai Miracle Garden, the world’s largest natural flower garden, has reopened its doors in time for winter.
The popular tourist attraction located in Al Barsha South, part of Dubailand, will this year display a breathtaking array of some 60 million flowers.
Miracle Garden, which welcomed more than 1.5 million visitors last year, has also unveiled a dramatic new floral display in association with Emirates Airline.
Abdel Naser Rahhal, vice chairman of Cityland Group, the developer behind Dubai Miracle Garden said: “As a unique destination to see spectacular floral displays showcased in a variety of dramatic sculptures and designs, the Dubai Miracle Garden has carved a special place in the hearts of residents and visitors over the last four years. “This year, we look forward to welcoming visitors so that they can enjoy the stunning landscapes within the park and enjoy the vibrant new displays we have in store for them.
“We will also display a fantastic new floral sculpture which has been conceived in partnership with Emirates Airline, details of which will be revealed later this month in line with our constant efforts to give visitors a great incentive to visit the gardens.”
This year, Miracle Gardens will introduce a new exhibit called ‘Lost Paradise’ – an underground floral cascade with a depth of 20ft.
There are also more than 20 food and beverage vendors located onsite.