The Dubai Maritime City area has a couple of nearby amenities and facilities that residents and visitors can take advantage of, including the Jm Masjid mosque, the food and meat supplier Royal Foodstuff L.L.C. and the emergency department of Mubarak Marine LLC. On the mainland, you can visit places like the RollDXB roller drome, Just Padel padel tennis court and the Theatre by the QE2 event and concert pavilion. In addition, one of the most fascinating sights of the emirate is located in the immediate vicinity; the Dubai Frame, which was opened back in 2018 and has a height of 492 ft. and offers a stunning bird’s-eye view of both the Old and New Dubai.
The Dubai Frame frame is made of more than 160K sq.ft of gold cladding, and the design includes the Expo 2020 ring design. It is the largest frame in the world. The spectacle resembles a time machine as it is divided into several sections where you can learn about Dubai’s history and heritage. You can also go up to the Sky deck to see a 360° modern view of Dubai, and visit the tunnel where you can get in touch with Dubai as it is seen in the future. Another famous place is the Dubai Museum which is located in Al Fahidi Fort. Both attractions are about a 15-minute drive from DMC.