We might not be part of the flower generation, but some of like still like to live up the spirit. Are you one of them? How about sparking your weekend with some of the world’s most majestic gardens?
Keukenhof (Lisse, the Netherlands)
In case you didn’t know, Keukenhof is one of the biggest flower garden in the world, in which seven million seeds are planted there annually including its iconic Tulips. Hyacinth and Daffodil are also dominated the place. Keukenhof opens to public event March to May.
Nong Nooch Tropical Garden (Pattaya, Thailand)
If you don’t feel like traveling far, the neighboring Thailand has this interesting spot to venture on. Nong Nooch boasts a collection of topiary, Stonehenge miniature to many funky animal sculptures. The place is also a cultural center, so you can watch traditional dance and martial arts regularly there.
Las Pozas (Xilitla, Mexico)
Las Pozas (“The Pools”) is a garden filled with Edward James’s fantastical sculptures – imagine it like a very personal backyard of Salvador Dali! Besides the amazing sculptures, the place is a home for Orchids and exotic animals. One of the most popular part of the garden is the infinity stairs.
Dubai Miracle Garden (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
The Dubai Miracle Garden boasts 60 species of flowers and it is, in fact, the world’s biggest flower park (around 18 hectares). No less than a million visitors flock the garden every year. One of the biggest attractions is world’s largest floral installation in shape of an Emirates A380 airplane!