Dubai Miracle Garden – a visual journey

The Dubai Miracle Garden was exactly that – a miracle in the desert. With millions of natural flowers astonishingly shaped and designed into all kinds of things like castles, houses, aeroplanes and spectacular walkways.

Visiting the garden in the night time offered a unique experience of it’s own. The weather was cool, the environment was very calm and the structured flowers came to life with glowing lights all around. The enormous garden is complete with sitting areas, souvenir shops as well as Pizza Hut!

I took a quick walk through, as I got there about an hour or two before the closing time. I couldn’t help but take lots and lots of pictures and indeed, sometimes a single picture is more eloquent than one thousand words…

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Quite something, right?

Have you visited the Dubai Miracle Garden? Did you go during the day or night time? Do share what stood out to you in the reply section below. Xx.

8 thoughts on “Dubai Miracle Garden – a visual journey

  1. The Miracle Garden was my last spot to visit.But it’s indeed a miracle Garden.

    The flowers are such a beautiful sight , the different shapes bring it more to life.Each shape bringing to life one or two things you’ve seen before like the Eiffel tower and many others

    It’s areal love garden.

    I visited it late afternoon and stayed until late to closure.But we took like a gazillion photos, the colours and life in the garden make each photo unique.

    It’s aplace worth visiting again.

    Mercie.

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