Dubai Garden Glow new attraction in the city

Dubai Municipality to unveil Dh30 million project ‘Art by day and Glow by Night’ at Zabeel Park before Christmas Dubai Municipality to unveil AED30 million ‘Dubai Garden Glow’ project – one of the world’s largest, unique thImage Credit: COURTESY Dubai Muncipality

Dubai A unique attraction Dubai Garden Glow will open in the city this month offering a variety of art and entertainment experiences to visitors.

Dubai Municipality will unveil the Dh30 million Dubai Garden Glow project in Zabeel Park before Christmas this month as final date of opening is still being finalised, said, a spokesperson for the project. The new attraction is one of the world’s unique theme gardens and also the first of its kind in the UAE.

Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality said: “Dubai Garden Glow is a vision of Dubai’s commitment towards providing continuous recreation, leisure and entertainment to the local residents and tourists visiting Dubai.” He said Dubai is now focusing on positioning itself as a leading destination within the entertainment and leisure sectors aiming to attract the widest audience of tourists, covering all age groups, nationalities and activities.

“With unique projects like Dubai Garden Glow, we aim to offer an unforgettable experience for both children and adults using the latest technology for thrills and safety,” he added.

Dubai Garden Glow which will remain open until April 2016, is a unique edutainment concept which has been brought to life, using cutting-edge technology and some of the best artistic talent from different corners of the world. Pegged to be a family-focused themed destination of its kind, Dubai Glow Garden at Zaabeel, it offers two diverse experiences ‘Art by day and Glow by night’.

The Dubai Garden Glow project has been inspired by wonders across the globe and has created several experiences that will take you from the wildebeest migration of Masai Mara to the tulips of Netherlands.This themed destination will also feature several live performances by international, regional and local artists and acrobats.

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