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Saturday, 23 April 2011

Al Ain Paradise Garden/Park

Al Ain: The Oasis city has once again set a new world record by displaying hanging baskets with millions of flowers, in the shape of a huge pyramid.
Al Ain Paradise, as it is known, has found its way in the Guinness Book of World Records — which has recognised it as the world's largest garden — for the second time.
Many visitors said it was a unique experience to see millions of flowers in different colours, types, and settings — in a city known for its desert dunes and an arid environment.

Enjoy the pictures.







The garden now occupies an area of 21,000 square metres including the corridors and walkways of the internal length of 2,400 metres approximately more than double its earlier size.
Attractions
It now has 2,965 flower baskets, instead of the previous 2,500 baskets, in addition to the flower pyramids. A theatre and a meeting area have also been added to the park.
A miniature Eiffel Tower, with a height of 12 metres and equipped with sophisticated lighting, has been erected to add more aesthetic value to the park. Al Ain Paradise also contains a 95 metre-long water stream.
It has been designed in the form of a natural rock dam where the water flows through in a circular course.


















10 comments:

ayah said...

breathtaking....so beautiful

Ms. M said...

nice shot..beautiful pictures.. love it..

Mongoose said...

Beautiful!

Misalyn said...

Beautiful set of photos! Been there thrice and it never cease to amaze me seeing millions of flowers growing in such place.

Someone in Al Ain said...

Thank you all for your comments

Anonymous said...

Wonderful, heavenly, fantastic. I wish to visit this place someday.

Anonymous said...

how do i go there can you give google map coordinates

Someone in Al Ain said...

please email me on amer.br@gmail.com and will send the google map or coordinates of the place.

Afnan Al-Khaldi said...

stunning photos again Amer :)
loved'em all... specially the Al-Ain Paradise Park's pix :)

dalal said...

very beautiful.. and the whole website is brilliant..