The project was launched by Dubai Municipality in 2013, and is a unique tourist attraction, literally framing the sight of New Dubai and Old Dubai at either side of it.
Also known as Berwaz Dubai, the frame is comprised of two towers measuring 150 metres in height, and connected by a 93-metre-long bridge at the top. Property giant Emaar has already signed an exclusive agreement to market and promote the Dubai Frame, which it will do as one of its major tourism attractions, along with At The Top at the Burj Khalifa.
It has also been confirmed that the gold-coloured landmark will open with no paper tickets, using a mobile ticketing system with bookings made online or on the mobile app.
“Who doesn’t have smartphones now?” said Hussain Nasser Lootah, director general of Dubai Municipality, according to Gulf News.
We can’t wait to check out the Dubai Frame once it arrives.
For more information, visit www.thedubaiframe.com.