Towering attraction Dubai Frame is to re-open, along with beaches and major parks in the emirate.
Dubai Municipality announced late on Thursday, May 28th that the public could visit JBR, Al Mamzar, Jumeirah and Umm Suqeim beaches.
Musuems and the Dubai Frame are also to re-open from Friday, with Dubai’s museums set for a phased opening from Monday, June 1st.
The $43.5 million Dubai Frame first welcomed the public in 2018.
Created out of glass, steel, aluminum, and reinforced concrete, the project, frames panoramic views of Old Dubai and the skyline of Downtown Dubai from each side.
Rising 150 metres from Zabeel Park, visitors can ascend the strucuture to a 93-metre-long viewing bridge, which features a glass-floored walkways.
Dubai Municipality says gloves are not necessary in open beaches, however they must be worn in parks and closed areas such as the Dubai Frame.
Children under the age of 12 and adults above 60 are allowed on the beaches and parks.
The opening follows a gradual re-opening of the emirate.
At a virtual meeting last week of Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management chaired by Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, it wqas announced that business activities across the emirate will begin to start up again from 6am to 11pm.