About 828 meters tall and with 162 floors, Burj Khalifa is one of Dubai's landmarks. There is an observation deck on the 124th floor that visitors can reach by the elevator in one minute. The entire Dubai can be overlooked through the glass walls of the 124th floor observation deck, including the Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab Hotel, and Dubai's beautiful beaches. Sunset is a good time to make the trip up the tower to look at the views. You can see the day turning into night on the horizon, the sun setting in the west, and the city lights being switched on.
By Subway: Take the Red Line and get off at Burj Khalifa station.
At the top Burj Khalifa
Getting There - very easy, cabs are abundant around the city or tour buses will always drop by near the Burj Khalifa or Dubai Mall which next to it
Attractions - there are various restaurants and viewing decks in the Burj Khalifa however these will cost you a pretty penny
Food & Restaurants - the best bet for food around the Burj Khalifa is at the Dubai Mall which has a huge selection of fast food and sit down restaurants
Shopping - the Dubai mall next to the Burj Khalifa has virtually every large international retailer spread across more than 4 levels
Tee’s Favourite Things
A dreamy long weekend in Dubai: my Top 5 of things to do.
Dubai is the city that makes believe that the impossible can become reality. Dubai means a lot of good vibes💓
Here my top 5 of what I absolutely preferred:
1. the view from the tallest skyscraper in the world (Burj Khalifa), 830 meters high. You will feel like you are flying.
2. The underwater zoo in the Dubai Mall with its famous underwater tunnel. What will you admire?A real coral reef with lots of sharks, manta rays and incredible creatures.
3. The sea of Dubai Marina. I didn't think I could find such crystal clear water in one of the most futuristic cities in the world. I recommend Nikki Bech to immerse yourself in the luxurious atmosphere of the locals.
4. The fragrant spice souks, gold and textiles. Password? Bargain for the best price!!
5. The sunset at Burj Al Arab. As life teaches us, the best experiences are those that cost nothing. Wait for the sun setting while strolling along the beach overlooking one of the first skyscrapers in the city.
The area of Al Seef where we stayed the first two nights (Al Seef Heritage Hotel) is also very nice. Perfect for walking to "old" Dubai and the charm of the Thousand and One Nights.
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Diana De Lorenzi
Dubai is the city that was born in the middle of the desert. And it is possible to see the Burj Khalifa practically from anywhere with its 160 floors and which is currently the largest skyscraper ever built by humans, at 828 meters in height #instagramworthydestinations
Dubai is HOT!! Planning your trip to United Arab Emirates at this very moment might be your best idea as the temperatures now are as pleasant as they can be! They keep at above 30°C and evenings at around 22°C with nonstop clear sunny days (keep in mind summers are unbearable with temperatures reaching over 50°C!). Sea temperature in November is great for swimming, too. You can bring a cardigan or light jacket, but you’ll probably not need it anyways (except for malls where the AC is a bit extreme).