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Dubai Garden Glow
Updated on 04 January 2017

So that future generations can still refer to ‘planet earth’ as a ‘wonderful world’, Dubai Garden Glow aims to educate people on the importance of reducing their carbon foot print and preserving the world by using recyclables.

Inspired by wonders from across the globe, the artistic displays will take you on a wonderful journey from the Masai Mara wildebeest migration to the tulips of the Netherlands. This themed destination also features live performances by international, regional and local artists and acrobats, with live musical performances showcasing the culture of the UAE. There are dedicated learning areas for the children, including several games and fun activities, and a large food pavilion serving international delicacies.

Open from 4pm to 11pm until 30th April 2017. Entry is Dhs 60 per person and free for the disabled and kids under 3 years. Located at Zabeel Park, Gate 6 & 7. Call 04-3992333. Visit www.dubaigardenglow.com.

 

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