31 Photos: Our visit to Dubai Garden Glow
- Wednesday, November 09, 2016
- By Ion Gonzaga
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We didn't visit this place in its first season last year because the entrance fee is a bit pricey at AED60. We had planned to do it at later time. Apparently, it worked well for us as this season features a lot more attractions than what it had last time.
The park exudes a unique edutainment concept using advanced technology of its kind with an obvious and illuminating artistry.
I'm on leave this week and I've had enough of dressing up barbie dolls and fixing hairs, so I wanted to take the family out. I guess this is a valid "local leave" destination.
The garden was designed with a theme of 'Art by Day, Glow by Night'. But you won't have that long daytime anyway because the park opens 4pm, less than 2 hours before sunset.
See also: 26 Photos from our trip to Dinosaur Park
Probably on weekends, the park will also feature several live performances by international, regional and local artists and acrobats. Some live musical performances have been conceptualized to showcase the UAE culture to the world.
The Dubai Garden Glow project has been inspired by wonders across the globe and has created several experiences that will take you to Masai Mara wild beast migration to the tulips of Netherlands.
In addition to Dinosaur Park, there are the following attractions inside:
- Kids fun area
- Stages shows and parades
- Mushroom Forest
- Animal Kingdom
- World of Underwater
There are Tim Horton's and Coldstone kiosks in the park. There are also the smaller stores & restaurants around the park.
There is a dedicated area where kids can enjoy 'learning with fun'.
60 dirhams could be costly especially for big families. Plan your visit. It will help if you have a 'family fun' fund so your other expenses and savings are not compromised. Don't rush in. The park is open until 30th April 2017.
For more info visit the website.
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