motilium comprimidos 10 mg On a bright Friday afternoon, we were contemplating on where should we head for a family day out and I asked Mr. Google for some suggestions. Dubai Miracle garden showed up as the first option showing nearest to us…! So we put on our hats, and hopped into the car. Little did we know that this garden is the largest flower garden in the world and this beautiful garden opened on Valentine’s Day and most of visitors named it as a “little piece of Eden” on earth.
We reached the venue and were overjoyed to see the ample space for parking available which is a big plus point.The minute we entered the place, we were completely taken aback by the gorgeous breathtaking view which stood right in front of us. I couldn’t believe we had never been to this stunning place tucked away so close to where we live. Did you know that Dubai Miracle Garden has an area of 72,000 square meters, with 4 km pathways, 1 km flower wall and over 45 million flowers!
This treat of a place has such easily pathed walkways for your to enjoy the stunning view of the most colorful flowers, with a unique display, some in the form of a house, some all over a cycle parked. At Dubai Miracle Garden, there are pyramids, cubes and domes, cycles, houses made of grass and colorful blooms! At times I really wanted to touch the flowers to make sure they are real… they seemed too good to be true!
Now I know where the name miracle garden comes from – It’s truly is a “miracle” that’s these flowers are actually real and thriving in extreme weather conditions.
The creativity of the team that envisioned this lovely place baffled me, the little umbrellas put on the roof top, the climbers that followed us from one place to another, lovely benches and well-designed swings for people to rest while still looking at the most beautiful sight is a royal treat, one not to miss. Some additional services offered to ensure your visit is worthwhile are, food court with plenty of options to satisfy your hunger pangs, prayer room, toilet blocks, first aid room, carts for handicapped visitors.
Neither too big, nor too small, just the perfect size which keeps you wanting for more, most definitely a second and a third visit planned for the next winter. This place is going into the standard itinerary I have saved for anyone visiting Dubai
An absolute delight
- Website to get more information: www.dubaimiraclegarden.com/
- Timing: 9 am – 9 pm: Weekdays and 9 am – 11 pm: Weekends (Friday & Saturday)
- Rates: Regular – 30 AED, Children 3 years and below – free, Disabled- free
- Location: Dubai Miracle Garden is around the vicinity of Dubai Motor City and Arabian Ranches