Sponsored Content: Dubai Garden Glow’s spectacular installations will light up your social media feed.
We’ve got plenty of Instagrammable spots here in Dubai, from the towering Burj Khalifa to the iconic Burj Al Arab or the bustling souks.
However those are the snapshots absolutely everyone ticks off their bucket list, whether they’re living or holidaying in the UAE.
But there’s one hidden gem that will totally upgrade your social media game with its dazzling light sculptures and otherworldly installations.
Nestled in Zabeel Park, Dubai Garden Glow is the largest attraction of its kind in the Middle East, one which truly comes to life after the sun goes down.
The illuminated wonderland is dotted with lofty artworks—from blossoming flowers to colour-popping animals—that radiate light by night, transforming the park into a fairytale-inspired woodland.
The sprawling attraction is spread across 100 acres (just think of all the photo opportunities), with enchanted forests, serene underwater scenes and vibrant tunnels.
In total, more than 500 artists around the world have crafted the handmade structures, and the park took around 100 days to construct (such is the dedicated craftsmanship).
Dubai Garden Glow recently opened for its third season, and is lit up by around 10 million energy efficient bulbs and yards of recycled luminous fabric.
The emblazoned sculptures aren’t the only must-see either, with the location also playing home to an enormous ice park crafted with 5,000 tonnes of frozen water.
The Ice Park boasts intricate sculptures depicting everything from the Burj Khalifa to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque and an A380.
Dubai Garden Glow also features a family-friendly dinosaur park, which houses 100 life-sized beasts brought to life using state-of-the-art animatronics.
Tickets cost Dhs60 for entry to the glow park (which is open from 4pm to midnight), and an extra Dhs40 to access the ice park.
For more information, call 052 478 5605 or visit dubaigardenglow.com.