Burj Khalifa, DubaiCurrently Open
- Address: 1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
- Timings: 08:30 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +971-43661655
- Ticket Price: 125 AED
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Architecture
About Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Burj Khalifa, which used to be known as Burj Dubai before inauguration is the star attraction of Dubai. The reason? It is the tallest man-made structure in the world with 163 floors and a height of around 2,722 feet. Burj -This tallest structure has an outdoor observation deck especially for tourists on the 124th floor. It is called “At the Top” and you can view a mesmerizing view of the whole of Dubai from up here.
If you have ever wished to watch the sunset in all its glory and grandeur, then you should surely visit the building and watch it at this awe-inspiring height.
Burj Khalifa is surrounded by many hotels, restaurants, shopping destinations and many places of entertainment. If you plan accordingly you will be able to see a magnificent firework show on special occasions like National day, New Year’s Eve and others. Or better yet, book a room for a stay here, but be warned! The rates for booking a room in the Burj Khalifa are also sky-high like the building!
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Burj Khalifa Information
- Lot of parking space is available.
- Visit 124th floor for a landscape view from the top.
Burj Khalifa Ticket Prices
- Ticket prices vary according to age, date & time. Please check official website for detailed prices.
Burj Khalifa Opening and Closing Hours
- Last entry is 45 minutes prior to closing.
How To reach Burj Khalifa by Public Transport
- Burj Khalifa station Route 27.
Restaurants Near Burj Khalifa
- Hotel Armani
- The Lime Tree Cafe
- Buddha Bar
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Burj Khalifa, Dubai Reviews
It is as good as the eighth wonder of the world. Your trip to Dubai is incomplete without a visit to Burj Khalifa. My salute to the Prince. He is a blessing to mankind. He has created hundred thousands of job opportunities employing staffs from around the globe to manage his tallest tower in the world and its surrounding parks and the Dubai Mall. Amazing structure. A piece of priceless Art. The washrooms are clean neat and well maintained at all times. The underwater zoo in the Dubai Mall is fantastic. The musical fountain, ooh it's so wonderful.
I loved the Burj. From the ticket purchase to the speedy elevator ride it felt more like a theme park ride than a landmark! The view from 'At The Top' - 452 metres above the ground - was amazing, plus you make it into the Guinness Book of records just for visiting! You have to book a viewing time so we chose 5.00pm that way we were able to see Dubai in daylight hours and you can stay to see the gorgeous sunset. There are ample viewing opportunities with some cool high tech binocular viewers available for free and it's beautifully air-conditioned! There is also an outside viewing area on this level. You can go up even higher if you want to the 'At The Top Sky' level - 555 metres high - which costs more and you only get a limited time up there as it is much smaller. You also get a fantastic view of the Dubai Fountain from the Burj.
Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. It is located in Dubai. It is one of the attractive place in Dubai. It is a excellent piece of architect work. Lot of people from various places have involved in building Burj Khalifa.The Y-shaped tripartite floor geometry is designed to optimize residential and hotel space. A buttressed central core and wings are used to support the height of the building. Although this design was derived from Tower Palace III, the Burj Khalifa’s central core houses all vertical transportation with the exception of egress stairs within each of the wings. It consist of residential , business and commercial space in it. The view from the top of the building is amazing. The whole Dubai can be viewed from the top of the building. They allow tourist to enter into the building to enjoy its design and views . Tourist have to purchase ticket to enter into the building. The ticket is bit expensive, but it is worth to spend money or the view. The Burj Khalifa is fully lighted during night time, all the people gather there to watch the amazing show. during night it is a treat to your eyes. Children enjoy a lot there. Even boating is available there.
I was a little skeptical at first. (Mostly due to the price) but i was totally blown away by the tour and the amazing view. I completely recommend going all the way up. (Lower floors are cheaper). The tour begins with an interior elevator ride that has an amazing projection of other building heights compared to the BK. Then you exit, get on another elevator to the top. There were drinks and snacks and plenty of time to relax. It was not crowded at all because the limit the number of people on each tour. Again highly recommended!!!
Soaring 828 meters above the metropolis of Dubai, the Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building. The design for the 162-story tower combines local cultural influences with cutting-edge technology to achieve high performance in an extreme desert climate. The centerpiece of a large mixed-use development, the Burj Khalifa contains offices, retail space, residential units, and a Giorgio Armani hotel. A Y-shaped floor plan maximizes views of the Arabian Gulf. At ground level, the skyscraper is surrounded by green space, water features, and pedestrian-friendly boulevards. The tower’s overall design was inspired by the geometries of a regional desert flower and the patterning systems embodied in Islamic architecture. Built of reinforced concrete and clad in glass, the tower is composed of sculpted volumes arranged around a central buttressed core. As the tower rises from a flat base, setbacks occur in an upward spiraling pattern, reducing the building’s mass as it reaches skyward. At the pinnacle, the central core emerges and forms a spire. Beyond its record-breaking height, the Burj Khalifa incorporates new structural and construction efficiencies to reduce material usage and waste. These include a “sky-sourced” ventilation system, in which cool, less humid air is drawn in through the top of the building. The tower also has one of the largest condensate recovery systems in the world.