Ahmed Al Zarouni, Director of the Department of Public Parks and Recreational Facilities, noted that the new VIP ticket package is in line with the Municipality’s efforts to offer attractive and fully integrated amenities and services, allowing residents and tourists to enjoy a recreational experience. holistic. . This aligns with the Municipality’s mission to promote pioneering services that improve the quality of life of residents and tourists alike, as well as continue to enhance the attractiveness of the Emirate as a recreational centre.
Al Zarouni said: “The ticket grants visitors access to a variety of amenities and benefits, including quick access to reserved parking through a private gate. Another important feature that we are sure guests will appreciate is a guided tour that covers the most important details and facts about the setting and the area it overlooks.”
Dubai Frame, opened in January 2018, attracted more than 5.5 million visitors. Located in Za’abeel Park, it stands as a cultural landmark that connects the emirate’s present with its rich history.
Inspired by the ‘golden ratio’ of 1,618, the dimensions of the Dubai Frame measure up to 150 meters high and 93 meters wide. More than 9,900 cubic meters of reinforced concrete, approximately 2,000 tons of steel and 2,900 square meters of laminated glass panels were used in the construction of the structure. In addition, it has circuits inspired by the Expo 2020 logo spread over more than 15,000 square meters of stainless steel gold paper cladding.