Dubai

“Dubai Frame – The Largest Frame in the World” by Jonin Marie Gargoles

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Dubai Frame

 

ABOUT: 

The Dubai Frame is an architectural landmark in Zabeel Park, Dubai.  It is also well known the “Largest Frame in the World” and it was it has been described The Guardian newspaper as “The Biggest Picture Frame on the Planet”.

The Dubai Frame is created out of glass, steel, aluminum, and reinforced concrete.  It is positioned in such a way that representative landmarks of modern Dubai can be seen on one side, while from the other side, visitors can as well view older parts of the city.

The Frame opened in January 2018.

 

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HOW TO GET THERE: 

Location : Dubai Frame, Sheikh Rashid Rd, Zabeel Park, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Take a Red Line Metro Station going to UAE Exchange and get down in Al Jaffliya metro station. Take a taxi going to Dubai Frame it will only cost you 12AED.

 

ENTRANCE FEE: 

  • ADULTS – 50 AED
  • CHILDREN – 30 AED
  • Free for children under three & people with disabilities

 

 

OPERATING HOURS:

9AM – 9PM

 

EXPECTATION : 
As you enter there’s a little historic exhibition of old Dubai  before getting to the elevators. While going up you will encounter transparent elevator it is 492-foot (150-meter) tall picture frame soaring above Zabeel Park. When you already reach the top you get to see New Dubai on the right side from the entrance, and Old Dubai on the left side. As you walk ahead you can see the floor unravelling and the ground below appearing very clear and transparent. Which give me excitement and butterflies little bit but you surely enjoy the amazing view with a lot of beautiful skyscraper pictures.

 

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