• Madinat Jumeirah is an Arabian mini-city in Dubai and Burj Al Arab

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Dubai Miracle Garden

Dubai Miracle Garden

Get lost in a one-of-a-kind world of wonderment at Dubai Miracle Garden. Located in Al Barsha South, the park is home to the region's biggest flower garden with more than 45 million blooming flowers across 72,000sqm, all showcased in a variety of immense sculptures and designs. Feast your eyes on blooming pyramids, stars, igloos, and hearts. Marvel at the record-breaking wall of flowers, or take a stroll under a ceiling of colourful umbrellas. Bursting with vibrant displays, the park feels more like an immersive art exhibit than a tourist attraction. You'll leave knowing you've truly witnessed a miracle: a mega garden in the middle of a desert.
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Legoland Water Park

Legoland Water Park

Most of the rides and slides at Legoland Water Park allow tweens to race each other or go in groups. The Duplo Splash Safari caters to toddlers while a few single slides provide thrills for the braver big kids. Children can also exercise their brains with ‘Build-A-Boat’, where they can construct any kind of boat imaginable and test it against the current to see how well it fares, and even customise rafts with big, soft Lego bricks before sailing down the lazy river.
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Aquaventure Waterpark

Aquaventure Waterpark

Aquaventure Waterpark is one of the biggest and best waterparks in the world. There's plenty to experience – try the Leap of Faith, a 27.5m plunge that slides through the shark tank, or hold on tight at Odyssey of Terror, the world's tallest water slide. If you're not looking for high-speed action, amble along the Lazy River that stretches for more than a mile through the park, while kids enjoy the maze of tunnels, slides and climbing frames in the Splasher's play area.
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