It’s really the last thing you’d expect to find in the desert of Dubai; a huge garden with displays that would put Kew to shame. As soon as you walk through the tilted houses into Dubai Miracle Garden, it’s tough to believe that you’re still in the UAE (except for the heat of course!)
As you’d expect from Dubai, the Miracle Garden is of course the largest natural flower garden in the world.
Take a stroll along a street lined with flower houses, climb the hill to a magical land of toadstools, marvel at the Burj Khalifa made out of oranges and escape the sun by taking a seat under a sea of umbrellas.
The remaining props from the long lost Dubai Land make for an incredible backdrop to all those flowers.
If you’re really lucky, hidden in the bushes you’ll find a gang of the cutest kittens, fighting over the shady spot.
Millions of beautifully landscaped flowers that have been planted in the desert. Even my cynical self has to admit that it really is a miracle.
When you’re done exploring the Dubai Miracle Garden, definitely pop next door to the Butterfly Garden.
You can check opening times and whatnot on the DMG’s Facebook Page.