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DM to unveil Dubai Garden Glow Season 2
November 02, 2016
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DUBAI: Dubai Municipality has announced that it will unveil Season 2 of Dubai Garden Glow on Sunday, one of the world’s largest themed gardens.

Covering 60 acres at Zabeel Park, the twin attraction this season offers an exclusive, open air, Dinosaur Park and a Glow Park inspired by the underwater world, nature and environment with an ode to extinct species.

The Dinosaur Park, with 100 animatronic dinosaurs, will offer fun and educational experiences like the Dino Lab, Museum and Zoo and other attractions, while the nature-inspired Glow Park will showcase some magnificent LED-lit creative installations depicting the underwater world, animal kingdom and the galaxy.

A series of live acts and musical extravaganza have been conceptualised to celebrate nature and the environment while also focusing on the cultural diversity of the UAE. The venue will also include several games and fun activities to keep families entertained, in addition to a large 'food street' that will offer delicacies from around the world.

"Dubai Garden Glow Season 2 will engage and inspire visitors as we intend to spread a strong message on Dubai’s commitment towards embracing nature while focusing on a healthy environment," said Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director-General of Dubai Municipality.

Dubai Garden Glow is a joint venture between Dubai Municipality and The Retailers Investment, a member of the Falak Holding group. Dubai Garden Glow is the first Glow Theme Park concept in the Middle East. The unique installations at Zabeel Park have been created by artisans from around the world.

WAM

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