Far above the desert, in the heart of the city of Dubai, stands the tallest building in the world; The Burj Khalifa. A stunning tower of steel, concrete and glass. Ever wondered how it’s like to feel to be on top of the world? Hang in there because this exactly is your spot to experience it.
Look out from ‘At the Top’, Burj Khalifa Observation Deck with this entrance ticket to the 124th floor viewing point. Once you have the At the top burj khalifa tickets in hand and you are waiting for your ride, you can watch the interactive displays that give additional information about the skyscraper. After which, you can ride the 213 foot (65-meter) moving sidewalk to the tower, as you watch an informative multimedia presentation on Dubai’s history and the building of the Burj Khalifa and just before you enter the elevator, you can get a glimpse of the spectacular tower at the end of the sidewalk.
Your ears would pop. A lot. That isn’t surprising because you would be going up higher than any building in the world so far. You’re also whizzing up vertically at an impressive speed of 33ft/10m per second, aboard one of the fastest elevators in the world. As the elevator opens,
walk the perimeter of the full height, wrap round glass walls. Take in the astonishing panoramas that stretch across the palm Jumeirah, sail shaped Burj Al Arab and the gleaming yachts of Dubai Marina and the desert and Persian Gulf. You will also find telescopes that provide a closer look. These telescopes are built with a record view feature that shows you what the city looks like during the day or night. That’s not all; The Dubai Fountain is one of the main attractions of the tower which is illuminated by 6,600 lights and 50 colored projectors. It’s the world’s largest choreographed fountain system in terms of area, which is set on the 30 acre man made Burj Khalifa Lake! The fountain shoots water 500 ft into the air accompanied by Arabic and music of other genres. The view is simply breathtaking beyond words!
If the weather allows, visit the outdoor terrace of the Burj Khalifa Observation Deck to experience the full force of the open views. Dry, hot desert air sucks the moisture from your skin faster than you can sweat. But the light breeze is a welcome improvement to the sweltering, oppressive heat on the ground. A sign
says not to stick anything in between the gaps in the safety windows, and yet everyone does. How else do you get the best photos? Most visitors feel that an hour to 90 minutes is sufficient to fully appreciate the views, but feel free to stay longer; your At the top Burj Khalifa tickets lets you
spend as long as you wish at ‘At the Top’. Don’t forget to browse the gift store before you hit ground level.To be able to overlook the vastness of the global city, in the heart of the Arab Emirates or just finish your day in Dubai with style: the Burj Khalifa is a must for every visitor of Dubai.