The Dubai Frame offers 360-degree views of new and old Dubai.
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DUBAI – Visitors can now get free entry to Dubai’s Zabeel Park, one of the largest parks in the emirate.
How? According to a post from Dubai Frame, one of the major attractions in the park, visitors with tickets to the Dubai Frame can now also get free entry to the Zabeel Park.
Earlier, visitors would have to pay an extra Dh5 per person to enter the park and access the Dubai Frame.
Currently, park visitors need to pay the admission fee using a Nol card, which can be bought at park gates for Dh25 and can be used to pay for public transportation fees in Dubai.
The Dubai Frame offers 360-degree views of new and old Dubai. The admission fee for adults is Dh50, while tickets for children aged 3 to 12 cost Dh20. Children under the age of 3, seniors and people of determination and two of their companions can enter the Dubai Frame for free.
The Dubai Frame is open from 9am to 9pm inside Zabeel Park, which is open from 8am to 10pm on weekdays and 8am to 11pm on weekends and holidays.
The park, which is equivalent to the size of 45 football fields, has three entertainment zones featuring live music, boat rides and barbecue and picnic areas. GAD/Expat Media
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