This second visit to witness another “miracle” didn’t disappoint. The area is now more laden with flowers compared before.
The theme this year seems to be floral homes, some clustered together to form villages. They were so nice to look at, and I imagine how it is to be living in a house covered with flowers. It must be so fragrant!
Landscapes using various props and in various themes were also used.
And… I’ve finally been to Eiffel Tower!
But what I was excited about, was seeing this cluster. CITRUS COLORS!!!
And Burj Dubai is here, too!
Looking closely, these exhibits were not made of flowers, but of oranges and lemons! Can you imagine how many fruits were used for these?
Indeed, this garden is aptly named.
***You may check my post on my first visit here.
Bus 105 runs directly from Mall of the Emirates on weekdays at 2pm to 8pm and on weekends at 12nn to 10pm. Fare is fixed at 5aed.
Admission Fee: 30aed
Opening Hours: 9am to 9pm on weekdays, 9am to 11pm on weekends
Refreshments are available inside.
Allot between 1.5 to 2 hours to enjoy. Or you may cross over to the adjacent Dubai Butterfly Garden.