Have you ever visited a flower wonderland with breathtaking floral arrangements that captivate your heart? If not, you should go to the Miracle Gardens in Dubai over your winter break. The creation, which spans a space of around 72,000 square feet, is nothing less than a small universe of floral marvels. The presence of over 50 million flowers growing everywhere to embrace the opulence of this lovely fantasy adds to the uniqueness of this floral paradise. The most popular ones include petunias, geraniums, and marigolds. This display features a scale model of the magnificent Burj Khalifa along with colorfully embellished tombs, huts, arcs, and homes. Unusual designs and heart-shaped tunnels welcome you. Disney Avenue, Cabanas, Emirates A380, Floral Clock, Gazebos, Lost Paradise, 3D floral creations, and lake parks are just a few of the many attractions present here. If you think about it, Dubai Miracle Garden offers more than just tourist attractions. There is a lot of entertainment and fun places here. You can eat at the world food restaurants and kiosks, stroll through the passageways, and unwind in cabanas. You have a choice! There is a butterfly garden nearby as well, where butterfly enthusiasts struggle to locate the 15,000 free-flying butterflies. Teddy Bear: The Teddy Bear is a unique, enormous floral sculpture shaped like a cuddly teddy bear grasping an enormous heart. The sixth season of the Dubai Miracle Garden's main theme was this building. Sunflower Field: Thousands of sunflowers at the Sunflower Field have brilliant yellow color and shine brilliantly in the Dubai sun. The tallest and biggest flowers in the Dubai Miracle Garden are these vibrant blooms. Heart Tunnel: This stretch is stunning, with heart-shaped flower formations made of lovely, vibrant blooms. One of the most amazing experiences in this Garden is a trip along the tunnel, which is lined with aromatic flowers and vibrant hearts. Emirates A380: The Emirates A380 has more than 500,000 live plants and blossoms, making it the greatest floral installation in the world. The construction is made entirely of recycled materials, and it uses a drip irrigation system to hydrate the plants to provide a great illustration of eco-friendly landscaping techniques. The Umbrella Tunnel: One of the Dubai Miracle Garden's most original and imaginative features is the umbrella tunnel. It has multicolored umbrellas that have been turned upside down and have flowers within, creating a lovely passage. You can sit down with friends and family to eat a meal or a snack at one of the tables and chairs that are sufficiently spaced apart.
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