In pics: Dubai Miracle Garden opens for Season 11 In pics: Dubai Miracle Garden opens for Season 11
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In pics: Dubai Miracle Garden opens for Season 11

In pics: Dubai Miracle Garden opens for Season 11

Starting from October 10, Dubai Miracle Garden will open from 9am until 9pm on weekdays, and from 9am until 11pm on weekends and public holidays

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Dubai Miracle Garden, the world’s largest natural flower garden, opened on Monday, to welcome local and international visitors.

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The park’s latest attractions include Floral Tunnels and 3D water and lighting installations, in addition to its collection of 150 million natural flowers across more than 120 varieties.

“As one of the UAE’s top attractions, Dubai Miracle Garden is proud to contribute to Dubai’s tourism ecosystem by offering a unique and diverse experience to residents and overseas visitors,” said Abdel Naser Rahhal, creator and co-founder of Dubai Miracle Garden.

Characters from The Smurfs will, stand at four meters in height and wear jerseys of different participating nations in this year’s FIFA World Cup when it begins next month, Dubai Media Office reported.

“The Smurfs attraction was a huge hit during our milestone season last year. So, this year, we have scaled up the level of entertainment and the characters’ involvement in the garden. We’re also extremely proud to reflect the excitement around the World Cup within the garden,” added Rahhal.

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The new installations also include two giant hands in the shape of a heart and distinctive hammocks and floating beds inspired by the Caribbean and Asian traditions, the statement said.

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Beginning October 10, Dubai Miracle Garden will be open from 9am until 9pm on weekdays and from 9am until 11pm on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and public holidays.

Admission tickets are priced at Dhs75 for visitors over the age of 12 and at Dhs60 for children aged 12 and below. Children below the age of three and people of determination can access the park for free.

Spread across 72,000 square meters in Dubailand, the park also has dedicated areas for entertainment, including an amphitheatre, and the sale of food and beverages.

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