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The much-awaited Dubai Frame will be open on 1st January 2018. But recently, the iconic structure opened its doors to a very special guest: the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

As the name suggests, the structure serves as a “frame” for downtown and Old Dubai. It consists of two towers150 metres high – connected at the top by a 93-metre bridge. Extravagantly covered in gold cladding, the Dubai Frame showcases fantastic views of the city.

Ruler of Dubai visits the Frame
Image Credit: @dubai on Instagram

Dubai Ruler Visits the “Frame” Prior to January Opening

The Dubai Frame is called “Berwaz” in Arabic. Here is what guests can expect to see there:

  • Water fountain at the entrance
  • Museum on the ground floor
  • Elevators on the side towers
  • Observation deck at the top

Moreover, advanced 3D technology and holograms will be used to feature the past, present, and future of the city. Here is a sneak preview of the Frame through a video shared by Dubai Municipality:

Meanwhile, here is a video of HH Sheikh Mohammed’s visit to the Dubai Frame, as shared by @dubai on Instagram:

Official Opening of Dubai Frame 📷:@faz3

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Ticket Prices
The entrance costs to the Dubai Frame are as follows:

  • AED 50 – Adults
  • AED 30 – Children
  • FREE – Children below 3 years old, people over 60, people of determination

Image Credit: Dubai Frame FB Page

After what seems like a long period of waiting, the Dubai Frame will finally be open — and it should definitely be on your “selfie” and “groupie” bucket lists! In the meantime, here is a list of places to visit in Dubai, where you can take lots of pictures and have a wonderful time!

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