Breakfast at the hotel. Today morning we visited the “Museum of the Future”. The Museum of the Future is an exhibition space for innovative and futuristic ideologies, services, and products. Located in the Financial District of Dubai, UAE, the Museum of the Future has three main elements: green hill, building, and void. The Museum of the Future welcomes people of all ages to see, touch, and shape our shared future. Go on a journey through possible futures and bring hope and knowledge back to the present. Visitors become active participants in an expansive experience that taps into all five senses. By meaningfully merging aspects of science, technology, and spirituality, the Museum inspires humanity to re-imagine the future and all its possibilities. Later in the afternoon, we proceeded to Miracle Garden & Global Village.
A world of floral wonder awaits you at Dubai Miracle Garden, the world's largest natural flower garden. The 72,000 sqm park has an impressive line-up of famous buildings and structures completely transformed into colorful flower exhibits.
Walk down the heart-shaped pathway or wander amid petal-powered castles, illuminated nightscapes, and full-size houses. You can immerse yourself among more than 150 million blooming flowers throughout with plenty of attractions and a huge variety of quirky arrangements.
Global Village which was launched in 1997 with a series of retail kiosks, the open-air destination has grown in leaps and bounds over the years and now serves as a staple treat on Dubai's winter calendar. Sample delicious honey from Yemen or shop exquisite carpets from Iran and Afghanistan, argan oil from Morocco, engraved necklaces from Spain, and dry fruits from Thailand. Each pavilion, from Egypt to Italy and Vietnam to Oman, transports visitors to the country through smell, taste, sounds, and colorful decorations. While thrill-seekers can keep their energy high on the daring carnival rides, foodies will want to plan a feast with a taste of international dishes at the many restaurants, cafes, and street food kiosks onsite.