Apart from being the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa holds many more records for its number of floors, the world’s highest observation deck, highest elevator installation with the longest travel distance, the highest restaurant and the highest residential room. Take a trip to the top and you’ll discover many more facets of this stunning architectural and engineering feat that pierces the sky at 828 metres. So if you’re looking for things to do in Dubai, how about a day of discovery in the skies above? Conquer the world's tallest building with access At The Top – the world's highest observation decks located on levels 124 and 125 of Burj Khalifa.
Perched 425 and 456 metres above the ground respectively, the observation decks on levels 124 and 125 allow visitors panoramic views of Dubai. From the Arabian Gulf stretching across the entirety of the emirate to the skyscrapers gracing Dubai Marina, enjoy never-seen-before aerial views of the city. Right below, the intricate patterns of the dancing Dubai Fountains are mesmerising. Make sure you walk the entire perimeter of the observation deck to truly appreciate this architectural marvel.
Further beyond, take in sights of old Dubai melting into the new and modern landscape below with views of the desert and ocean by day and glistening city lights by night from this one-of-a-kind vantage point. It is definitely an experience you mustn't miss!
For health and safety measures, temperature checks will take place at the entry, while visitors are expected to keep their face masks on at all time. Children 12 years of age and below, while adults above 60 years of age will not be permitted for safety reasons. The attraction is open from 12 noon to 9pm, however, tickets priced at AED99 can only be availed during non-prime hours. Prime hour visit, taking place before sunset from 4pm to 6pm, will require separate tickets.