The Dubai Frame is a giant picture frame that captures the city of Dubai. It is a golden structure 150 meters high and 93 meters wide, towering over Zabeel Park in the heart of Dubai. Standing in an unobstructed location, the moment it comes into view, one is overwhelmed by its sheer size and unrealistic eccentricity. Inside the building, which is listed in the Guinness World Records as the "World's Largest Picture Frame," is an observation deck and interactive facility that explores Dubai's past, present, and future.
Bur Dubai, which stretches on the southwest side of Dubai Creek, was one of the first districts developed in the emirate of Dubai, which was founded in the 1830s. The old town, which is steeped in ancient Arabic culture, is filled with spots where visitors can experience Dubai's history, such as the souk with its traditional goods and a museum housed in an old fortress. It also encompasses an area where futuristic development is taking place, and continues to develop as a place where the old and new Dubai intersect.