The Dubai Frame is placed to spread out, after 4 years in development in November 2017

The Dubai Frame is placed to spread out, after 4 years in development in November 2017
The Dubai Frame is placed to spread out, after 4 years in development.

The work premiered by Dubai Town in 2013, and it is a distinctive tourist attraction, literally framing the view of New Dubai and Old Dubai at each side from it.

Also referred to as Berwaz Dubai, the frame is composed of two towers calculating 150 metres tall, and connected with a 93-metre-lengthy bridge at the very top. Property giant Emaar has signed a unique agreement to promote and promote the Dubai Frame, so it is going to do among its major tourism attractions, together with At The Very Top in the Burj Khalifa.

The frame is supposed to provide a perfectly obvious view of the several districts in Old Dubai in one side, including Deira, Karama and Al Qusais, representing its history. Meanwhile, the vista towards the south encompasses Downtown Dubai, Business Bay, DIFC not to mention the Burj Khalifa, representing everything concerning the city’s present and progressive future.

The Dubai Frame is placed to spread out, after 4 years in development in November 2017


It has additionally been confirmed the gold-coloured landmark will open without any paper tickets, utilizing a mobile ticketing system with bookings made online or around the mobile application.

“Who does not have smartphones now?” stated Hussain Nasser Lootah, director general of Dubai Town, based on Gulf News.

We can’t wait to look into the Dubai Frame once it arrives.

To learn more, visit world wide web.thedubaiframe.com.