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Burj Khalifa

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altThe world’s tallest tower, Burj Khalifa is a must see for anyone visiting Dubai. The highest point in Dubai is At The Top observation deck at Burj Khalifa and therefore the place to go to view the entire city.

Enter Burj Khalifa from the lower ground floor of the Dubai Mall. An informative presentation of Dubai and its rich heritage is displayed on the ride up leading you to the spectacular view from the top.

Burj Khalifa was inaugurated on 5th January 2010, and it is 823 meters long. There are over 160 floors, the observation deck is on the 124th floor. There are 57 elevators and 8 escalators. It was built by using more than 26,000 glass panels.

Ticket price varies based on when you wish to go to the top. Purchase for immediate viewing and pay AED 400. Purchase for viewing at a later date, pay AED 100. Depending on the time you have in Dubai, choose accordingly, but remember the view from the top is worth it.

You can purchase Burj Khalifa souvenirs from the ground floor store at the Dubai Mall, or at the top on level 124.
 

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