Dubai is a beautiful holiday destination with beautiful islands, luxurious hotels, crazy desert safaris and one-of-a-kind monuments. While families have a lot of fun exploring the wonders of Dubai, couples also love this place. Spending a romantic vacation in Dubai is just as exciting as it sounds. The Dubai Frame is one of the many man-made wonders of Dubai, that is way too good to pass on. The world’s largest picture frame stands tall in Zabeel Park. It is an interesting landmark that is so rich with history and full of mind-blowing expectations for the future.
And the view of the old and new Dubai from the frame is gorgeous. And that view from the height of 150 m comes with a very low-ticket price. But it’s not just the view that makes it a hit among Dubai’s iconic structures, but also the beauty of the place. Inside out, the Dubai Frame is a brilliant example of modern architecture. And the 93 m long skywalk can make you feel like you are floating in the sky. Here’s how you can spend your romantic day at the Dubai Frame.
1. Breakfast in the sky
Sunrises are romantic at any location, but you can watch the sunrise from the sky with a hearty breakfast. From 6 to 8 am each Friday and Saturday, the Dubai Frame offers breakfast with a stunning view of old and new Dubai. Book tickets in advance for a breakfast in the sky. At the height of 150 m, you can watch how the morning sky changes color as the sun rises, and how the city starts to shine as the light touches the ground. It is a perfect backdrop for the beautiful pictures you love to take. Munch and delicious breakfast while appreciating this perfect moment.
2. Take a walk-through history
The Dubai Frame will take you to the past and show you Dubai’s history using modern technology. Dubai rose from its desert and sand dunes to this sensational example of modern technology and luxury. The story of how that happened is worth listening to. But it is even amazing when you can virtually live it. And that is exactly what the Dubai Frame offers, a walk-down history like never before. It is amazing to see how much the world has changed in the past few decades and how fast Dubai became the sumptuous city it is.
3. Peep into the future
It is not just the past you get to live through at the Dubai Frame, but also the future. Take your partner on a ride to the time ahead. Dubai Frame features Dubai’s exclusive plans for its future and what the city would look like, a few decades from now. The cutting-edge technology is used in such a brilliant way that you may really feel like you are a part of the future. You will marvel at Dubai’s future, as you see amazing flying cars and its larger-than-life infrastructure. This is a city that never ceases to amaze and it is not planning on stopping anytime soon.
4. Hold hands and take a walk in the sky
The skywalk is one of the most attractive features of the Dubai Frame. It is not just about the view you get from the height of 150 m, but also the thrill of walking on that bridge. The opaque glass floor turns transparent under you, as soon as you touch it. Hold on to each other as you walk on this crystal clear floor that would make you feel like you are walking in the sky. The view of the old city and the new becomes even better when you feel like you might be floating in the air.
5. Take that perfect photo
What is a better backdrop for your perfect photo than the world’s largest picture frame? Take a bright and sunny pic, complimenting the gorgeous golden color of the frame. Or bring out that awesome camera of yours and show off your photography skills as you capture the magic of the frame, shining bright with its colorful lights. If it is a festive night, you can even witness some fireworks, letting them add some more color to your picture. No matter what weather or what time you visit, this world’s largest frame will always be that perfect backdrop to your picture.
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