Dubai - You know how it looks outside, ever wondered how it is inside?
With the Dubai Frame scheduled to be inaugurated this month, many residents are too keen to visit the one-of-its-kind landmark. They are waiting for the icon's opening with bated breath.
The entry tickets will cost Dh50 for adults and Dh30 for children. To get more details regarding the ticket prices, you can follow this link.
While many have seen the attraction from outside (it's covered in gold with a motif that is inspired by the upcoming Dubai Expo 2020), nobody really knows how it looks from the inside.
Now, a video shared by Dubai Municipality on Facebook gives us a sneak peek into the landmark. The short clip shows the main entrance of Dubai Frame, several interesting and lavish decorations as well as short trip on the lift that will take visitors to the viewing platform! According to the caption of the video, Hussain Nasser Lootah, director-general of the Dubai Municipality, visited the location of the Dubai Frame at Zabeel Park to take a look at the progress of the project.
Measuring 150 metre high and 93 metre wide, the rectangular structure is expected to become an iconic symbol added to an array of landmarks in Dubai such as Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab.