The destination is famous for its spectacular seasonal decorations, including elaborate designs and carefully created floral scenes.
At Dubai Miracle Garden, blooming flowers and recognizable floral attractions are back in full force.
The popular winter attraction reopened last weekend for its 12th season, with updated entry fees. Individual entry, according to information on the official website, costs. 95 dirhams for adults (over 12 years old) and 80 dirhams for children between 3 and 12 years old.
the park is free to enter for children under three years of age and for those who are determined. Specific persons have the right to free entry and their tour guides have the right to 50% off. VAT (value added tax) is already included in all prices.
Last year, tickets cost 75 dirhams for adults and retirees, and 60 dirhams for children between three and twelve years old. Children under 3 years old were also free. A few years ago, tickets cost Dh55 for adults and Dh40 for children under 12 years old.
More than 150 million flowers
Since its initial opening on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2013, the Dubai Miracle Garden in Dubailand has been a must-visit location for locals and visitors alike. The 72,000 square meter landscaped oasis is hailed as one of the “The most picturesque and perfumed destinations in the region.” and features more than 150 million blooming flowers.
The Dubai Miracle Garden is famous for its beautiful seasonal displays, including elaborate designs and carefully planned floral landscapes. It has been awarded three Guinness World Records: the tallest (supported) topiary structure shaped like Mickey Mouse in 2018 and the largest flower arrangement/structure like an Airbus A380 in 2013.
The family attraction is open every day from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and holidays from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Every day, travelers can take a public bus (route 105) from Mall of the Emirates Bus Station to Dubai Miracle Garden.
News Source: Khaleej Times