Burj Khalifa

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General Information

One of the most well-known buildings in the world in recent times is the Burj Khalifa which is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. With a total height of 829.8 metres(2,722ft), it has been the largest building in the world since its completion in 2009. The skyscraper took around 5 years to build, it was mainly created using reinforced concrete, steel and glass. Built to the designs of Adrian Smith, the skyscraper is used for many purposes; it contains a hotel, restaurants, offices, observation decks and much more. It is an iconic building and one of the most photographed in the world with it being highly popular with influencers.

Getting there

The skyscraper is served by the ‘Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall’ metro stop. The 30, D03 and F13 buses also stop close to the skyscraper.

Opening Times and Admission

The observation decks at the skyscraper are open daily. Admission varies between hours, there is a primetime ticket (12pm-6pm) which costs 533AED and a non-prime hours ticket (7pm-10pm) which costs 379AED. Restaurants and other attractions operate at different hours.

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  • 1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd, Downtown Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Posted: 2 Apr 2021, 20:47



A giant


I have visited Dubai for work over the past couple of years and this is a place I try to visit every time. Dubai is growing so much so its observation deck is a great place to see its expansion from visit to visit.

Posted: 25 Mar 2021, 17:26





A dubai icon and an iconic building across the world. It is really impressive with what they achieved by building this place. We couldn't afford to stay there but did eat at one of the restaurants. It's not cheap but it does come with the tag of being able to say you've eaten and been inside the biggest structure in the world

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