Dubai Frame breaks Guinness world record
Dubai: The Dubai Frame was officially announced as the world’s ‘largest building in the shape of a frame’ by the Guinness World Records on Friday.
Standing at 150.24-metres tall by 95.53-metres wide, it offers panoramic views of old and new Dubai. Construction started in 2013 and it opened on January 1 2018, however GWR have only just got around to verifying the unique structure’s claim as the world’s largest of its kind.
Dubai: Visitors to Dubai Frame can now book their tickets online with Dubai Municipality launching a new website for the six month old tourist attraction in the emirate.
Dawood Abdul Rahman Al Hajiri, Director General of Dubai Municipality, unveiled the website www.DubaiFrame.ae during a ceremony held at the Frame.
The mobile application Dubai Frame was also launched at the same time.
Al Hajiri said 466,000 people have visited Dubai Frame since its opening on January 1.
The new system offers a wide range of e-services including detailed information about Dubai Frame to help visitors plan their visit with ease. This will help visitors to plan their visit in advance and avoid the queues at the facility in Zabeel Park, officials said.