Dubai Miracle Garden

To be surrounded with beautiful, sight-satisfying, colorful flowers in Dubai’s Miracle Garden is a gratifying feeling. Many of those who visit this place are amazed by the wonderful landscape it has! And I am no different from them J

What you see:

This 72,000 square meters botanical garden will show case unlimited flowers, flowers, flowers!!! But not just simply flowers; flowers of different styles, of different colors of different shapes and of different forms. It includes landscapes of the world’s popular & iconic buildings such as the Eiffel Tower and more. Also an over whelming houses designed by the various flora.

What you can do:

For your 30 AED entrance, you can a whole lot of pictures!!! Unlimited pictures! Also relax, take your spot and just feel the ambiance. Of course food stalls are open too!

How we get there:

Because we have some friends in Dubai, Kokobear and I (plus my cousin Ina) took the ride with The Piras (Benjie-Pinky-Cookie& Franco) with their car! And honestly, I have not thought about the road to DMG J
But for those who are commuting either by bus or metro, below is their official website to be guided of the transportation method.

I am leaving this post short and sweet so you could go and see this beautiful place yourself… as of writing – weekend is starting to knock so go on and explore DMG!

For more photos during this visit, here is the link to #ByaheNgKokobearsDMG page!

Their official website is this – #DubaiMiracleGarden
More infor about this beautiful landscape from wikipedia – Wiki-DMG
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Blog post by : JM Kayne

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  1. Wow!!! check out this botanical garden, very beautiful, with lots of colours. I love the way it has been landscaped, especially the design around the houses. Certainly one of the prettier gardens I have seen. Thanks for sharing these wonderful pictures.

  2. OMG! This looks so beautiful! I’ve also seen a lot of our kababayan in Dubai visiting this place. I hope I could also visit here soon. The place is almost the same with our Sea of Flowers here in Taiwan 🙂

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