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What's new at Dubai Miracle Garden?

World's largest natural flower garden has a number of new attractions for current season

What's new at Dubai Miracle Garden?

Dubai Miracle Garden - the world’s largest natural flower garden – has a number of new and exciting attractions after re-opening for a six-month period.

Among the many concepts being unveiled this season, a major theme will be a ‘Sunflower Lovers Theme’ with new varieties of sunflowers in different zones across the garden promising a wonderful sensory experience for people of all ages.

A 12-metre-high floral teddy bear structure will also be a significant attraction at the Dubai Miracle Garden. With almost 120 flower varieties in the garden, the Dubai Miracle Garden has almost 50 million plants with a massive number of blooms being used every season.

The number of flowers this year has increased by more than 20 percent, a statement said.

Visitors will be able to see 3D shapes of animals and various prominent cartoon characters made of flowers including parrots, kangaroos, giant ants, butterflies and swans that showcase Dubai Miracle Garden’s floral artistry.

The world's largest flower structure (awarded by the Guinness World of Records) shaped in the form of an Emirates A380, will also be a major draw for visitors.

Dubai Miracle Garden will also feature a new amphitheatre, which will have live shows. Visitors can also use numerous hammocks to sit in the garden over floating beds between the flowers as part of the Caribbean Hammock experience.

Abdel Naser Rahhal, founder and creator of Dubai Miracle Garden said: “In every season, Dubai Miracle Garden challenges itself to carve a special place in the hearts of visitors with breath-taking visuals and an experience that they are sure to share with friends and family.”

Dubai Miracle Garden has also significantly expanded its parking facilities to almost 60,000 sq m, which will accommodate nearly 2,000 cars.

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