Why Should You Visit Burj Khalifa Once In Your Lifetime?

Things to do on your first Burj Khalifa tour:

– The Dubai Fountain:

The Dubai Fountain, which is a spectacle in and of itself, is the world’s tallest performing fountain. Seeing the Dubai Fountain’s mighty jets of water move in time to the music and vibrant dazzling lights is a sight to see. The lake and its water columns would leave you in awe of its size. Adding popular songs by artists like Michael Jackson’s Thriller and EXO’s Power to the already impressive synchronised dancing is the highlight.

– Outdoor Observation Deck:

Lower deck highlights include a large observation deck on floor 124. Due to the high volume of visitors to the lower deck, the availability of outdoor access ensures that everyone will be able to take in the magnificent panorama of Dubai. The cool evening breeze makes this a great spot to watch the sun go down.

– Burj Park Dubai:

Walking distance from the world’s tallest structure takes you via Burj Park, a verdant oasis in the heart of Downtown Dubai. It’s the perfect place to go for a stroll on a moonlit night because it’s an artificial island filled with stunning art installations and spacious paths. Ride your bike through the park and stop near the Dubai Fountain for some photo ops.

– The Lounge:

Visit Burj Lounge, the world’s highest lounge standing tall at 585 metres. You can have breakfast, tea, or a drink far above the clouds at the restaurant on the 152nd story of the impressive structure. Thanks to the lounge’s lofty perch, you can experience Dubai in a whole new light.

Burj Khalifa Restaurants:

You shouldn’t miss out on eating at the Burj Khalifa on your Dubai Tours. One of the most memorable things you can do in Dubai is to dine at one of the city’s finest establishments at night and watch the Burj fountains and the Park that light up the sky. Dine on gourmet treats prepared by master chefs while you take in the glittering lights as well as the sunset of Dubai Downtown.

Burj Khalifa’s restaurants are known for providing world-class cuisine, service, and ambience to their patrons. The restaurants’ chefs may focus on a wide range of cuisines, from the Mediterranean and Italy to India and the Middle East, but each establishment serves its own unique speciality dishes.

There are many excellent dining options you?ll get on your Burj Khalifa tour, but these are our favourites.

At.Mosphere:

At.Mosphere, – the restaurant located at the highest altitude, on the 122nd floor, of the world’s tallest structure, offers an unparalleled gourmet meal. At.mosphere, the tallest restaurant in the world, with spectacular panoramas of the Gulf as well as Downtown Dubai. The cooks also provide an extensive menu of international dishes.

Cuisines: Central European, International, European, French

Armani Deli:

In the lobby of the world’s highest skyscraper, you’ll find Armani Deli, a gourmet Italian restaurant with a daily-rotating menu that emphasises regional specialities. You must get the 24-karat gold coffee, which is the most popular item on the menu.

Cuisines: Cafe, Italian, Desserts

Armani Amal:

Armani Amal is the place to go if you’re wanting the flavorful spice of Indian cuisine from South Asia. Armani Amal, located on the third floor of the majestic Burj Khalifa, combines the cultural true salver of the region with an appealing Downtown Dubai scene.

Cuisines: Indian/North Indian

Surprising Facts about Burj Khalifa, Dubai

  • The Burj Khalifa Bin Zayed, also known as Burj Khalifa, is the highest structure in the world. Its construction took approximately six years and cost $1.5 billion. It was inaugurated in 2010.
  • Due to financial support offered by the ruler of UAE, Sheikh Khalifa, the building was given the name “Burj Khalifa.”
  • There are 2,909 steps between the basement and the 160th level of the skyscraper.
  • The architects of Skidmore, Owings & Merril were inspired by the desert flower called Hymenocallis while designing the building’s unusual triangular footprint.
  • The Burj Khalifa is 828 metres tall, contains 206 storeys, and has multi-observation decks on various floors of the building (25th, 124th, 148th).
  • The tallest building in the world is a mixed-use complex that features apartments, a hotel, shops, restaurants, an amusement park, an aquarium, a movie theatre, an aquarium, an observation deck, an observation deck, parking, and parking garages. Its total floor area is 460,000 square metres.
  • The Burj Khalifa also holds six other world records, including those for the highest number of stories, the highest occupied floor, an outdoor observation deck located on the highest altitude, the longest travel distance in an elevator, and the tallest service elevator.

Reaching Burj Khalifa:

The Burj Khalifa welcomes visitors every day from 8:30 AM to 11:00 PM, with half-hour windows throughout the day.

Burj Khalifa Entrance:

Downtown Dubai is home to the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Mall. When you are on your Burj Khalifa tour, all guests will have to make their way through the shopping centre. Unless you have a reservation at the At.Mosphere restaurant or you are staying at the Armani Hotel, you will not be able to take a taxi right up to the Burj. In order to reach the LG Floor of Dubai Mall, you must first make your way through the mall.

Burj Khalifa Ticket Lines:

Tickets to explore the Burj Khalifa’s Top floor can be purchased on-site while booking your Dubai tours. The main desk sells all ticket kinds, but if you have purchased an At the Top SKY ticket, you can freely explore separate counters across the hall.

If you have the ticket, you should double-check which waiting line you intend to join. Many guests confuse the ticket line with the admittance waiting line, causing them to waste valuable time.

Travelling to Burj Khalifa:

By Dubai Metro:

Hop on the Metro’s Red Line and get out at the Burj Khalifa stop. You can either continue walking or hop on the F13 bus and leave the bus at the bus stop near Dubai Mall. The first Abu Dhabi junction has an exit for Financial Centre Road (Doha). If you’re driving toward The Dubai Mall, the entrance will be on your right.

By Bus:

You?ll get back-to-back buses in the interval of 16 minutes from the bus station near Deira Gold Souk as well as the Ghubaiba Station, respectively.

By Taxi:

One more way to reach the Burj Khalifa is via taxi, which may be the quickest but also the most expensive alternative. Starting at AED 1.6/km, the metre will charge you. Taxi waiting fees are AED 0.5 per kilometre. Standard taxi rides in Dubai cost a minimum of AED 3 (from 6 AM to 10 PM) as well as AED 3.50 (10 PM onwards) (10:00 PM to 6:00 AM). Taxis can be reserved in advance for as little as AED 6 (daily) or AED 7 (night).

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