The Dubai Frame opened on January 1st, 2018, and at 50Dhs only is definitely worth a visit to get a view of the Dubai skyline. Located at Zabeel Park, the 150m tall landmark is intended to frame the older historic parts of Bur Dubai and Karama against the modern metropolis growing westwards.
The Dubai Frame
Officially opened on January 1st, 2018.
The view towards the west shows the "new" Dubai.
The other direction, showing the older areas of Bur Dubai and Deira.
We went on a Saturday afternoon, and it was definitely quite busy.
Offiically you can only stay at the top for 15min, but with some clever sneaking around you can prolong your stay...
The view through one of the many glass floors, looking down almost 150m.
Another view showing the floor and window views.
Looking through the cladding panels of the skybridge, the shapes of which were inspired by the Expo 2020 logo.
The Emirates NBD tower always makes for a nice view at sunset.
A street full of amazing wall art.
My favourite in the world.
Watching Burj Khalifa in the distance.
And one of the best people all around.
Post sunset vibes - the blue hour.
While nice to look at, the evening illumination inside the skybridge makes for quite a few reflections with the angled windows. Not ideal for photography.
There aren't many Dubai spots where you can get these kind of shots.
The skyline has literally mushroomed over the last 20 years.
A view of the 93m skybridge.
The building is 150m high, and its colour changes at night.