As the largest image frame on the earth, the Dubai Frame has been identified. Now you can have breakfast on top of the towering building with a magnificent view.

Are you looking for breakfast atop the 150-meter-high Dubai Frame glass bridge with a beautiful sunrise as the backdrop?

The Municipality of Dubai recently announced the launch of the impressive ’45 Minutes of Gold’ breakfast experience. On offer is breakfast at the sky bridge viewing area and scenic views of the sunrise over new and old Dubai.

The 45-minute breakfast session will begin on December 4 and available from 6 am to 8 am every Friday and Saturday. Tickets can be scheduled online via the Dubai Frame website and are priced for children at Dh 100 and Dh 50. Of course, guests would have to obey all the pandemic guidelines, such as social distancing and protection standards.

The view of Dubai Frame in night

By strolling on a 150-meter-high glass floor that is 48 feet above the ground atop the UAE’s first-ever Sky Bridge, as many as 1,800 fortunate people will be able to celebrate the New Year.

On January 1, 2018, Dubai Frame, the new iconic landmark that offers 360-degree views of the skyline of Dubai from the glass bridge, will be open to the public, it was announced on Thursday.

Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director-General of the Municipality of Dubai, said the 93-meter-long Sky Bridge twin tower will be open to the public on New Year’s Day.

He announced this during a media preview that gave a sneak peek of the Dh250-million Zabeel Park project ahead of its public opening.

A New Year gift for Dubai residents will be the Dubai Frame covered in gold-coloured stainless steel cladding, said Lootah.

Dubai Tourism officials and media members at yesterday’s Dubai Frame Sky Bridge. 48 storeys above ground are the glass surface.

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Past, current, and future, respectively!

The aerial view of Dubai frame

The Sky Bridge, reflecting present-day Dubai, has a straight 75-meter span with glass panels covering the façade and floor.

When tourists step over them, the glass panels on the floor turn from translucent to transparent. The raft base of the system and parts of Zabeel Park can be seen below as you step over the window.

The floor of the bridge is filled with a total of 116 square meters of switchable smart glass.

Large prisms on the wall give visitors some fun, as what they write in front of them on glass frames will appear as digital graffiti on the prisms, which can be great for photos.

Smart telescope-cum-cameras allow visitors to get a close view of Dubai’s landmarks and take pictures of them with the Dubai Frame as a backdrop. These photos will then be exhibited on the ground floor of the Social Media Wall, from which tourists will be able to buy them on their way out. On Thursday, however, the printing booth was not ready.

The two cafes and souvenir shops on the observation deck are situated on the ground floor.

The Past Region, which tells the story of the city’s growth and a presentation of everything relevant to Dubai, is on the mezzanine level.

Welcoming the guests with a tribute to Shaikh Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the Father of Dubai, the exhibition also pays rich homages to Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Father of the Country.

Visitors are led on a trip back to Dubai’s past through hologram projections, mist effects, and smells.

By building a virtual metropolis through immersive simulations and virtual reality technology, the Future Gallery portrays Dubai 50 years from now to the future.

To highlight Dubai’s smart and sustainable future, intelligent transport solutions, including flying taxis and the Hyperloop, 3D-printed houses, drones flying around, robots performing routine work, developments in health care, environmental protection, and many more are featured.

This gallery also features the UAE’s futuristic Mars Mission and the future ruler of Dubai. Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is now the Crown Prince.

The making of the Dubai Frame!

the view of burj khalifa from dubai frame

The Dubai Frame concept was inspired by the winning entry of a contest by Dubai Municipality and German engineering giant ThyssenKrupp.

To minimize the wind effect on the building without decreasing the architectural view of the structure, architects made various design changes, including porous cladding and a building damper.

The Dubai Frame exterior concept was influenced by the Expo 2020 logo.

The Dubai Frame was designed using more than 2,900 square meters of laminated glass. More than 3,600 experts, including engineers, architects, technicians, and staff, have collaborated to make the dream of the Dubai Frame a reality.

Four giant hydraulic jacks, each capable of raising 300 tonnes, raised the viewing deck. Over two days, the whole process took place, raising 3.5mm per second. The raising of all the materials for the respective towers was the task of two giant cranes atop each tower. The cranes could lift 12 tonnes each.

Visitors are brought to the Sky Bridge by four elevators designed by ThyssenKrupp.

In Zabeel Park, the jaw-dropping structure has been identified as the most extensive photo frame on the earth. Visitors who came for the skyline’s panoramic views from a 93-meter-long observation bridge that features glass-floored walkways were thrown open in 2018. The distinct photo-frame architecture frames views of buildings across the Dubai skyline, such as the Burj Khalifa, for people across the region.