Views Over Dubai From The Burj Khalifa

A masterpiece of art, which runs through the city and the desert, you can see Burj Khalifa for miles away as it glows in the desert heat. A visit to the Burj Khalifa was at the top of our list of things we wanted to do in Dubai, with Thom especially interested in the tower construction. It offers some amazing views of Dubai and claims the title of the tallest building in the world (among other records) 828 meters high by Burj Khalifa. And it has not been disappointing, with views from the city to the desert and the islands of the World in the Persian Gulf, there is no better place to get a view of the United Arab Emirates.

More About Burj Khalifa

The destination for Burj Khalifa tickets is Level 124 and At The Top Experience. After purchasing tickets a 65-meter traveler will take you on a journey over time, from the early days of Dubai to the present, showing you a closer look at the Burj Khalifa and details of how it was built over the course of a number of years.

A high-speed elevator that travels 10 meters per second flies to Level 124 where you can get an amazing 360-degree view of Dubai, from the city to the desert with wall-to-ceiling windows all over the viewing area. At night you can see the bright lights of the city, as well as an aerial view of the well-lit Dubai Mall.

 Levels of Burj Khalifa 

  • Level 148

At 555 meters high, Level 148 at Burj Khalifa offers the world’s highest outdoor viewing area with spectacular views and luxurious lounge areas. A visit to the central Burj Khalifa takes about 1.5 hours, but you can stay as long as you like before you make the trip down.

  • Level 124

Enjoy the fastest double floors in the world, sailing at 10m / s. Take a look at the world below using avant-garde, powerful, telescopes.

And watch the spectacular view at the public viewing area, enjoying the ever-growing sky.

  • Level 125

Connected to Level 124 by the amazing flight of stairs, Level 125 stands 456 meters above the ground and offers another takeaway to view, with a spectacular view descending to the outer deck of Level 124.

At 456 meters, Level 125 offers a beautifully decorated open space in Arabic Arabic for a stunning 360-degree view. Click your Burj Khalifa moments permanently and combine the realities with special effects with the green screenshot. Go from the non-realistic experience to the summit of Burj Khalifa. Enjoy a new feeling of immersion; ride the glass-bottom inspired with a twist. Feel the crack of the glass under your feet, as you check the height from 456 feet in the air.

When you leave the building you are taken to an amazing exhibition that offers a glimpse of the aftermath of the Burj building, as well as the view of the people who made this beautiful building come to life. Make sure you take the time to view the city using the advanced telescopes on both 124 and 125 levels, as they offer full HD cameras with the high zoom function to explore the city in detail.


Standing 828 meters tall and has 160 Burj Khalifa records holding world records:

  • The tallest building in the world
  • The tallest free building in the world
  • The highest number of news in the world
  • The most crowded floor in the world
  • The highest point of view outside the world
  • Elevator with the longest travel distance in the world
  • The longest service elevator in the world


The Burj ticket system can be a little confusing, with different prices at different times of the day. Visits to Burj are offered at regular intervals and usually sell hours (or even days) in advance. It is always a good idea to book your ticket in advance, as there is no guarantee that you will be able to enter just and directly.

At the Top, Tickets cost 125Dirham for adults (excluding sunset hours, which is considered an important time) entry at the top sky which includes Level 148 is between 350 Dirham to 500 Dirham depending on the time you are in charge. Visit. Must be a complete visit during your time in Dubai, Burj Khalifa offers the best views of the whole of Dubai.

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