There are small and big gardens across this planet decorated with beautiful flowers, trees and bushes. Some are greater than others and that’s not just their size, these gardens are almost like parks in which you often do not stroll around. Here you use electric vehicles like scooters, golf carts and in some cases Segways. That is how big these places are. If you want to be able to enjoy everything in one day you will have to be able to move a bit faster than walking speed, if you don’t feel like running through them that is.
Beneath you will find a list of the 5 largest gardens in the world, and what type of transportation you’ll be granted within each.

1. Dubai – In the Miracle Garden you need an electric scooter

The largest flower garden in the world can be found in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. This garden is called “The Miracle Garden” and consists of mainly flowers and bushes. The Garden is located in the middle of the Dubai desert.

Now who would put a beautiful massive flower garden in the middle of the desert you might ask yourself. Well aren’t Dubai famous for their: “You tell me I can’t and I’ll prove you wrong… BIG TIME”. That is probably why. Because they can and want to. They’ve even built 3 palm looking sand islands and the highest tower in the world so how hard would a little flower garden in the desert be? During your visit in the Miracle Garden, you will find that they have excellent transportation in terms of various high-performing models of electric scooters, one could think that a country that is based on oil would use something that runs on gasoline, but no. The garden is Eco-friendly and therefore only use electronic transportation and tools.

2. Keukenhof Garden – Netherlands

The second largest flower garden on earth is the Keukenhof Garden . It has 75,000 tulips grown in over 600 varieties. Situated in Lisse, Netherlands, Keukenhof is the world’s biggest flower garden. Its name symbolizes “Kitchen Garden” in English and is otherwise called the Garden of Europe. This well-known garden includes more than 7 million flower knobs, which are planted in the garden every year. Keukenhof encompasses 32 hectares of land. It also offers segways to walk around on the concrete path but not on the beautiful Lawns.

3. Hunter Valley Gardens – Australia is more of a segway type country

For a rich, wonderful garden with the storybook offer, you require just go down under to Pokolbin, Australia to the Hunter Valley Gardens. Separated into ten unmistakably styled gardens that range from the Indian Mosaic Garden to the Formal Garden, this delightful gathering of greenery is the ideal garden for families. Guests can wind through the Storybook Garden to discover bright mosaics and characters from your most loved nursery rhymes.Compared to different gardens far and wide, the Hunter Valley Gardens are moderately new. Charge and Imelda Roche obtained the property in 1997, took five years to develop and build up the land, then opened the patio nurseries to the general population in October 2003. The Hunter Valley Garden Facebook page guarantees that the patio nurseries contain more than 6,000 trees, 600,000 bushes, and beautiful 1,000,000 ground covers. They offer electric bicycles to roam around.

4. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens – Africa

Arranged at the foot of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens contain more than 7,000 particular plant species. Alongside an unsurpassed gathering of indigenous greeneries, albinos, and other vegetation, Kirstenbosch likewise includes various littler themed gardens. One of these patio nurseries is the Medicinal Garden, which ensures different plant species that are known for their therapeutic uses. Kirstenbosch was established in 1913 as the world’s first natural garden made with the expectation of saving South Africa’s extraordinary vegetation. They will take the visitors in the electric car to the visit each section of this large flower park. The first (and most famous) of South Africa’s nine National Botanical Gardens, Kirstenbosch is secured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The suitable time to visit is spring, when the South Africa’s national blossom, the protea, are sprouting in the Protea Garden.

5. Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden – Asia

Get a plane to Pattaya, Thailand to investigate the first Nong Nooch Tropical Garden. The garden covers more than 500 sections of land of land, with its space separated into various littler gardens, for example, the Canna Garden, Butterfly Hill, Blue Garden and the Stonehenge Garden. Besides lodging the biggest assortment of orchids in Thailand (more than 650 species), Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden likewise has an on location Cycad Genebank, which safeguards and ensure cycad species that are going wiped out. They will provide transportation in electric scooters.