Dubai Frame is a 150-metre-tall, 93-metre-wide structure located in Zabeel Park, Dubai. It is currently the world's largest picture frame. The frame gives visitors a 360-degree view of the city from its top.


The frame was designed by Egyptian architect, Hazem Farouk. It is a steel and glass structure that was completed in December 2018.


The frame is part of a larger project called the Zabeel Park Gateway. The project also includes a museum, an amphitheatre, and a number of other attractions.


The Dubai Frame has been criticized by some for its location. Zabeel Park is located in a predominantly residential area and some residents feel that the frame is out of place.


Others have praised the frame for its unique design and its ability to give visitors a new perspective of the city.


FAQ


1. What is Dubai Frame?


Dubai Frame is a 150-metre tall, 93-metre wide structure located in Zabeel Park, Dubai. It is currently the world's largest picture frame.


2. Who designed Dubai Frame?


The frame was designed by Fernando Donis from Brazil.


3. How much did Dubai Frame cost to build?


The frame cost approximately AED 60 million to build.


4. How many people can fit inside Dubai Frame?


The frame can accommodate up to 400 people at a time.


5. What are the opening hours for Dubai Frame?


The frame is open daily from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm.


6. How do I get to Dubai Frame?


The frame is located in Zabeel Park, which is accessible by Dubai Metro or by car.


7. Can I take photos inside Dubai Frame?


Yes, you are allowed to take photos inside the frame.


8. How long does it take to walk around Dubai Frame?


It takes approximately 30 minutes to walk around the frame.


9. Is there a charge to enter Dubai Frame?


Yes, there is a charge of AED 50 for adults and AED 20 for children to enter the frame.


10. What else is there to do at Dubai Frame?


In addition to walking around the frame, you can also visit the Dubai Frame Museum, which is located inside the frame.

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