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Described as both a ‘Vertical City’ and ‘A Living Wonder,’ Burj Khalifa, developed by Dubai-based Emaar Properties PJSC, is the world’s tallest building. Rising gracefully from the desert, Burj Khalifa honours the city with its extraordinary union...more
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While visiting Dubai last week my husband, 5 year old daughter and I went to the 148th floor of the Burj Khalifa. What a beautiful and amazing building!
We went up just before sunset. We are able to see a good distance before the sun...More
We tried to buy tickets but was told that everything was sold out until the 4 p.m. time slot. Was advised to try to book online as sometimes you can get tickets. This is exactly what we did and after booking walked right up to...More
The largest building in the world. A mesmerizing engineering architecture.
It has some spectecular views of the city from top.
Make sure to plan your visit to the top in advance and you reach at the gates on time.
The tickets are only valid for...More
We had a ticket booked via Melia Dubai hotel for the 123rd and 124th floor at 7pm.
Access is via the Dubai Mall (well sign posted), but you can ask anybody and they will know where it is.
I am a worrier, so we were...More
This is very expensive to go up to the top. There are different prices for different and cheaper after 5.30pm. Paid $150AUS to go up to the highest part with an outside platform but not worth the money. Better looking at the building than from...More
You can’t fail to miss Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. It towers over the city and resides in the prestigious Downtown development. Once an old army base, Downtown is now the jewel in Dubai’s crown, a beautiful residential and leisure area housing not only the world’s tallest building, but the world’s largest fountains and mall. Wide marble sidewalks are perfect for strolling, with
restaurants, art galleries and children’s play areas. Specially commissioned sculptures line the roads and Downtown is often used as a canvas for modern art displays and community events such as Classic Car Shows and National Day parades. In the cooler months, cross one of the many bridges to the Burj Khalifa park and enjoy a picnic alongside residents and visitors, or enjoy a lunch or dinner watch the dancing fountains. Because of its mixed use, Downtown is a fantastic place to mix with Dubai residents and locals and watch real life unfold in a cosmopolitan environment.
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The price goes up during peak times, I think we went up around 3pm and it was more expensive but not too busy and you can jump the queues. Unfortunately I don’t know what the off peak time was but this can be found on the... More
The price goes up during peak times, I think we went up around 3pm and it was more expensive but not too busy and you can jump the queues. Unfortunately I don’t know what the off peak time was but this can be found on the website.
We bought our tickets in the Dubai mall which joins on to the the Burj Khalifa, ask at the information desks and they can point you in the right direction. There is an official website where you can buy on line, if you go to the website at burjkhalifa.ae it has a link. The entrance we used was also in the lower floor of the mall.
I would strongly recommend the more expensive ticket to floor 146.