Miracle Garden named the world’s 9th most Instagrammable flower gardens

With searches for ‘the world’s most beautiful flower gardens’ up by over 1360% in the last 2 years, a new study has ranked the botanic gardens you must add to your travel bucket list.

Titan Travel researched the world’s most beautiful gardens, utilising TikTok, Instagram, Tripadvisor, and Google search data to discover which famous gardens should be on every traveller’s bucket list.

Dubai’s Miracle Garden has been crowned the 9th most Instagrammable garden, with 141,837 Instagram posts. 10,700 TikTok tags show off the colourful splendour of the gardens that locals and tourists alike are absolutely mesmerised with. The garden isn’t an expensive activity to add to your Dubai itinerary either, with admission priced at just $25.87. Having seen a huge Google search increase of 264.90% between 2022 and 2024, as well as an average Tripadvisor review score of 4.5/5, these gardens are set to be at the top of visitors’ bucket lists this year.

Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is the world’s most Instagrammable flower garden, with over 1.2 million posts. With over 16 million tourists forecasted to visit Singapore in 2024, it’s no surprise there have been over 4 million Google searches in the past year for Gardens by the Bay. It also makes the perfect background for a trendy TikTok, having been tagged in more than 27,000 TikTok posts and is bound to impress first-time visitors with its average Tripadvisor review score of 4.5/5.

The Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew in London ranked as the second most Instagrammable flower garden, with over 772,000 Instagram posts. Nearly 4 million Google searches in the past year indicate strong interest from visitors, while over 9,000 enticing TikTok posts and an average Tripadvisor review score of 4.5/5 show just why these gardens are a must-see this summer.

6 of the world’s prettiest flower gardens have free admission. In Europe, you can head to the Volksgarten and Mirabell Palace in Austria or check out the Arctic-Alpine Botanic Garden in Norway. What’s more, Pukekura Park in New Zealand, the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Botanical Garden of Medellín in Colombia are all cost-free to enter. Longwood Gardens and Pukekura Park are Tripadvisor’s highest-rated flower gardens, with an average review score of 5/5.