The Selfie Kingdom in Dubai.
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DUBAI – The Selfie Kingdom (TSK), Dubai’s first selfie museum, has opened its doors to photo and selfie enthusiasts.
Close to the Expo 2020 site, TSK is an interactive space that aims to inspire creativity, art, design and promote digital content.
The hub currently features 15 pop-up rooms with vibrant and unique backdrops or props and proper lighting; offering guests a highly-visual and entertaining experience that are absolutely photo-worthy.
The rooms would be remodelled every few months to provide a fresh immersive photo-friendly experience. In addition, it will feature interesting exhibits and installations from various artists, designers and innovators for visitors to enjoy.
“The Selfie Kingdom contributes to the spirit of the UAE,” said Rania Naffa, Chief Happiness Officer and Founder.
“TSK provides an interactive photo-friendly social space that promotes art, creativity and a place for our guests to express themselves freely and have fun while doing it. We want everyone to be part of this entertaining experience and create some amazing memories,” Naffa added.
The hub also provides a creative space for people to co-work and a venue to host private parties or events. PR/Expat Media
What: The Selfie Kingdom
Timings: 11am to 8pm, Sunday to Saturday
Location: Daytona House, Office 101, Motor City, Dubai
Tickets: Dh55 (general admission), Dh45 (kids admission), Dh160 (admission for family of 4), free for children below 3 years old
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