Dubai Frame, which opened in January 2018, has quickly become one of the most popular attractions in Dubai and the UAE. If you're looking for a fun way to spend your weekends in Dubai and haven't already done so, a visit to the Dubai Frame is highly recommended. Dubai Frame is a landmark attraction in Dubai that stands 150 meters tall and 93 meters wide. The Dubai Frame's 492-foot height makes it one of the best vantage points in the city, with stunning views of both old and new Dubai.
It is the largest picture frame on the planet and holds the record for the largest frame in the world, with 15,000 square meters of gold cladding that incorporates the ring design used in the Expo 2020 Dubai logo. Here is a comprehensive guide to this magnificent structure in Dubai. Read on to know more about the Dubai Frame experience, location, attractions, and more!
When you visit the Dubai Frame, you will feel as if you have stepped into a time machine. The Frame transports you to three different periods in the UAE: the past, the present and the future. Let us take a closer look at the three sections of Dubai Frame.
Your journey will begin on the mezzanine floor with a tour of a multimedia exhibition featuring 3D projections. Special effects to provide you with a multi-sensory experience of Old Dubai. You will see all of the elements of Emirati traditions and heritage, as well as how the city has rapidly transformed from a humble fishing village to one of the world's most luxurious and urban destinations.
Following your tour of Old Dubai, you will be able to ride the express lift. Which will take you only 47 seconds to reach the Sky deck, which represents present dubai. Here you will have a 360-degree uninterrupted view of both Old Dubai and all of the residential areas in Old Dubai. You also get to see the other side of New Dubai, which includes views of the iconic Burj Khalifa Downtown and the apartments in Business Bay.
You will also be able to walk on the famous transparent glass floor. At this level, there are numerous interactive screens where you can identify the buildings visible from the Sky deck and take a selfie that will be displayed on the 'Dubai Moments Wall' in this Dubai attraction.
After you finish your tour of the Sky Deck, you will be taken back to the mezzanine floor. Where you will walk through a tunnel that uses special lights and sound effects to simulate how Dubai will look in 50 years. With bright, vivid colors and interactive projections. You'll feel as if you're in a time vortex, traveling through time to Dubai Future. After completing the three phases, you will be direct to the souvenir shop, where you may purchase a souvenir.
Gate 4 Zabeel Park houses the Dubai Frame. Unfortunately, getting to the Dubai Frame without your transportation can be difficult.
The complicated looping motorways that surround the park can be confusing for taxis. As can the multiple park entrances within Zabeel Park.
We recommend taking a pre-booked Uber or Careeem (or a Hala Taxi using the Careem App) to the entrance gate or attending as part of a guided city tour.
Al Jafiliya is the nearest Dubai Metro station. Please keep in mind that there is no direct access to the Dubai Frame from here; it is a 25-minute walk around the outside of the park to get there.
Climb to the upper bridge by the lifts on the side of the frame, which carry you 48 storeys in 75 seconds and provide excellent views of the city and sunset. Next, you must stroll the illuminated glass road of the suspension bridge and view the city below you if you can manage additional adrenaline. The Dubai Frame has a museum and gallery that depict the city's smooth and awe-inspiring transition from a fishing town to a worldwide hub. In the evening, you may also enjoy Al-melodic Barwaz's fountain, illuminated with beautiful lights.
Contact Voyage Plan Travels for tickets details and pricing.
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