Dubai– a global megacity which is known for its extravagant and elaborate projects and attractions! The newest addition to the count is The Dubai Frame, which is the “World’s Largest Picture Frame” featuring twin towers and a 150- meters high glass bridge as an observation deck. Mesmerizing! Isn’t it? This iconic landmark is located in Zabeel Park, Dubai and opened its gates for the visitors on January 1, 2018. This iconic project’s idea is said to be conceived by the award-winning architect Fernando Donis, who has alleged that his Intellectual Property was stolen and that the credit for the design of “The Dubai Frame” was not given to him.
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The frame is 150 meters high and 93 meters in width. The latest addition to the Dubai Skyline will offer the visitors a chance to see the past, glorious present and ambitious future of Dubai. The AED 160 million projects is all set to become the face of Dubai and this amazingly gorgeous structure will welcome visitors everyday from 10 am to 7 pm in a group of 20 with just 200 visitors per hour. Tickets will be available online and visitors can buy the tickets as per the time slots available via an app or the website that will be launched soon. The experience will be similar to the one “At the Top” Burj Khalifa and a panoramic elevator will ride them right to the top of the observation deck. Yet other highlights of this mesmerizing frame are the 360-degree views from the glass bridge and the 25 square meter glass floored walkway right at the centre of the bridge. Not for the fainthearted! You can at the same time have a look at the old Dubai i.e. Deira to the North and the skyscrapers and modern Dubai buildings along the Sheikh Zayed Road to the South. At the ground floor, an impressive gallery and museum will give fascinating details of Dubai’s transformation into a global metropolis.
The tickets will cost AED 50 for an adult and AED 20 for children of age 3 to 12. Entry will be free for children under the age of three, people above sixty years and people with determination (people with disabilities)