Tickets sales will end at 10pm.
Ramadan timings for the Dubai Frame have been announced on their Instagram account.
“We are happy to welcome you during the month of Ramadan everyday from 2pm till 11pm.”
“Please note that tickets sales end at 10pm. Looking forward to your visit and Ramadan Kareem.”
Since its official launch in January 2018, the newest addition to Dubai’s growing tourism offerings has become a popular attraction for both residents and visitors.
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Offering spectacular panoramic views of old and new Dubai from its 150-meter-high observation deck, Dubai Frame is expected to receive two million visitors yearly.
In UAE, the government has reduced working hours for the public and private sector for Ramadan.
Parking during Iftar across paid zones in UAE will be free.
Tickets for Dubai Frame are priced at Dh50 for adults and Dh20 for children. Children under the age of three, elderly above 65 and people of determination will enjoy free access.