Dubai Miracle Garden Reopens Sunday With Measures Against Covid-19

Dubai Miracle Garden Reopens Sunday With Measures Against Covid-19

The world’s largest floral park Dubai Miracle Garden will reopen Sunday, 1st of November 2020. The flower is not doing this without Coronavirus safety measures in place.

Eng Abdel Naser Rahhal, creator and co-founder of Dubai Miracle Garden, said stringent measures and protocols have been put in place to ensure the safety of guests and employees.

“The venue will monitor the temperature of visitors entering the garden and hand sanitizers will be available across all areas,” he said.

“Social distancing rules will also be strictly implemented across the park. The park’s team has been trained to fully carry out health, safety and security measures.”

Visitors’ temperatures will be checked by thermal cameras at the entrance of the park.

On previous sessions when boasted 50 million outstanding flowers, the 72,000 sqm floral park will feature more than 150 million flowers, including some that were locally grown for the first time. Again, this gives credence to the common saying that Dubai always reinvents itself.

Added to the foregoing feature, the park will feature a 400-meter walking track that will be used for daily entertainment shows.

The garden will open daily from 9am to 9pm on weekdays and from 9am to 11pm on Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays.

The Dubai Garden is magical and you can’t miss its enchanting and palpable powerful blooms and fragrances.

Upon its launching on 2013’s Valentine’s Day, the flower wonderland crushed the Guinness World Record of being the largest vertical garden. And in 2016, it surmounted the Guinness World Record of boasting the world’s largest floral sculpture forming the shape of an airbus.

The park has myriad things to do. Learn more about the spectacular destination: Dubai Miracle Garden.