Dubai Butterfly Garden

Dubai’s Miracle Garden recently celebrated the inauguration of the Dubai Butterfly Garden, the world’s largest and the region’s first indoor butterfly garden and sanctuary for over 15,000 butterflies from 26 species.Thousands of brightly colored butterflies are one of the latest attraction at Dubai Miracle Garden.PicsArt_1435107790644

The first butterfly garden in the region has now opened at the green oasis. The circular garden features nine domes covering 1,800 square meters and it has a capacity for 300 people. Each dome is decorated with flower displays and are home to a range of butterflies in various colours, sizes and species. I enjoyed all the beautiful butterflies! It just sad because I missed the Miracle Garden,it was closed because  garden operate from October to April and remains closed from June to September due to high temperatures with the average of 40 °C (104 °F) where it not conductive for flower gazing.

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How to get there : Direction link

By Bus

From Mall of Emirates to Dubai Miracle Gaden
5 AED per Trip
Sunday to Thursday:
Trip Starts from MOE (Mall of Emirates) at 2:00pm
End Trip from Dubai Miracle Garden at 8:00pm
20 Minutes Frequency

Friday and Saturday:
Trip Starts from MOE (Mall of Emirates) at 12:00nn
End Trip from Dubai Miracle Garden at 10:00pm

By Train

Sharaf DG and Dubai Internet city are the nearest Metro stations from Miracle Garden. The route of Miracle garden location from both metro stations is almost 11 Km.

By Car

On Shiekh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, Near to Dubai Autodrome.

Timings

  • 9 am – 9 pm: Weekdays
  • 9 am – 11 pm: Weekends (Friday & Saturday)

Rates

  • Regular Admission: 30 AED
  • Disabled: Free
  • 3 yrs old and below: Free

Additional charges may apply for any commercial filming, photography and organized activities like prenup, wedding, birthday party etc.

Visit the website here Butterfly Garden.

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