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828m metres, 2717 feet, and more than half a mile tall; Dubai’s Burj Khalifa pierces the sky, standing proud as the world’s tallest building to date. Spotted from more than 95 kilometres away, the Burj Khalifa, like much of Dubai’s ambitious city, is testament to the skills, work ethic, and vision of the people in this inconceivably lavish metropolis. Three times the height of the Eiffel Tower and twice as tall as New York’s Empire State building, the architectural prowess and engineering genius showcased in the Burj Khalifa has made an impressive stamp on Dubai’s city. Spanning 160 storeys, the building’s epic viewing platforms on level 124 known as ‘At the Top’ offers Instagram-worthy photo opportunities while the tallest platform on level 148, dubbed ‘At the Top: Sky’ combines an interactive digital experience with otherworldly, spectacular views. Holding a remarkable set of world records including the highest observation deck, restaurant and nightclub, the Burj Khalifa remains forever in the city’s consciousness, it’s success in 2010 a point of pride for Dubai’s population after six years and countless man-hours in development. Why bother, you ask? Because they can.

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  • Our tips for Burj Khalifa

    Our tips for Burj Khalifa
    • Plan ahead. Beyond the queues, ticket prices for this top tower increase significantly for those purchasing on-site. Save yourself time and money and pre-book your ticket a few weeks in advance.
    • Put your best foot forward. There are no chairs or benches to sit on at the outdoor observation decks, so comfortable shoes are a must.
    • Choose wisely. High humidity often veils Dubai’s city in a muggy haze, making views from this skyscraper less striking than normal. Booking in the winter months are your best bet for seeing this city skyline in all its dazzling glory.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Just before sunset is the ideal time to visit the world’s tallest building, though popular demand sees ticket prices soar at this time. Early morning sessions from 8.30am onwards are a good alternative, with visits posing shorter queues and fewer crowds.
    Getting There Seen from almost a hundred kilometres away, you can’t miss the world’s tallest building. If you’re travelling by the metro, alight at the nearby Burj Khalifa station. Plenty of taxi ranks and parking facilities at the nearby Dubai Mall make travelling by car a viable option too.
    Money Saving Tips Strapped for cash? Don’t fret, if you book in advance a visit to Burj Khalifa won’t break the bank. On average, pre-booked tickets for the tower are four times cheaper than tickets purchased at the Burj Khalifa ticket office, so organisation is key.
    Did you know? Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits about the Burj Khalifa…
    • Many hands make for light(er) work. Over six years, it took more than 22 million man-hours to complete Burj Khalifa. During peak construction periods, there were over 12,000 workers on site every day.
    • Operating at heights of more than 2,000 feet, it takes 36 window cleaners a total of three months to clean the tower’s reflective windows.
    • Creating the world’s tallest building is no small feat. The amount of concrete used in Burj Khalifa’s construction weighs the equivalent of 100,000 elephants.