Dubai Miracle Garden, a flower garden located in the Dubailand district of Dubai, is to reopen its doors to visitors in November.
The garden occupies a site of around 72,000 sq. mt. and is the world’s largest natural flower garden. It features over 50 million flowers and 250 million plants. When the site reopens in early November, it will be its tenth season.
To mark its tenth birthday, visitors will be able to enjoy a new attraction based on the much-loved Belgian comic creatures, the Smurfs.
The attraction will feature four Smurf themed areas, a Smurf activity area, a Smurf Village, Smurf topiaries and a fourth area which, according to hearsay, is poised to be “another Guinness World Record to break.”
Smurfs Village at Dubai Miracle Garden has been launched in partnership with the events company, IMG.
Abdel Naser Rahhal, creator and co-founder of Dubai Miracle Garden and vice chairman of Cityland Group, the developer, commented: “As we celebrate our tenth year, we want to make sure we embark on a wondrous launch. With the Expo 2020 here, we at Dubai Miracle Garden want to surprise and amaze the world with the exciting series of new designs and displays that will take the Grand Floral Show to new extents.”