Burj Khalifa is one of the most visited buildings in the world. At a height of 828 metres, the mega-skyscraper has held the title of “tallest building in the world” since 2010. Yet to be outranked, it is no wonder so many visitors make sure to stop by at this prestigious address. There are many things to do at Burj Khalifa including visiting At the Top observation decks and watching the Dubai Fountain. What is the Burj Khalifa cost to visit? We have outlined the tickets and prices offered by Arabia Horizons. Get ready to plan your trip to Burj Khalifa!
Visiting Burj Khalifa – Your Experience and Cost
Once you purchase your tickets from Arabia Horizons, you are able to access Burj Khalifa through the ground floor at Dubai Mall. Get your Burj Khalifa tickets confirmed at the counter to At the Top entrance. Later have a brief introduction to the Burj Khalifa, with details about how the tower was constructed.
Ride the world’s fastest elevator
To get to At the Top observation decks, you will ride one of the fastest elevators in the world. The elevator travels at a dizzying speed of 10 metres per second and will whisk you to the observation decks within one minute! The experience is much more exciting since there are projections showing you how many metres you have risen.
At The Top Observation Decks
Level 124 is the first observation deck at Burj Khalifa. At 458 metres, the floor boasts of indoor and outdoor observation decks, both of which offer exceptional views of Dubai. The decks are equipped with high-powered telescopes for up-close views. You can use them to spot various landmarks and examine their form in detail.
The indoor deck is covered with large glass panels from the ceiling to the floor. You can therefore enjoy uninterrupted views of the entire city. The outdoor area offers glass-free views where you can grab the chance to take lovely photos.
This is the second observation deck at Burj Khalifa. You can use telescopes at this deck as well for a unique perspective of Dubai. The deck offers a great vantage point to spot many popular attractions around the city.
Burj Khalifa cost to visit both Level 124 and 125 is AED 133
At the top Sky
Level 148 is the third and highest observation deck at Burj Khalifa. At 555 meter, the deck is referred to as “At the top Sky”. This is the premium Burj Khalifa experience for visitors looking for a bit of luxury.
The deck has a VIP sky lounge where you will receive complimentary refreshments and snacks. You are then free to observe how the city of Dubai looks at 555 metres through the floor to ceiling windows. The outdoor observation doors offer more exquisite views of the city and Persian Gulf. You can stay at Level 148 for around 45 minutes before heading down to Level 125.
Burj Khalifa cost to visit Level 148 and 125 is AED 419
The Dubai fountain is an incredible show in the manmade Burj Lake. The fountain offers a spectacular show with music, light and water projections. You can stop by to see the choreographed water performance, as the fountain sways to tunes like Michael Jackson’s Thriller! With a show taking place every half hour, you should not miss this entertaining activity.
Burj Khalifa cost to visit and see the Dubai Fountain from the Burj lake costs AED 73. You can also watch it from the Dubai Fountain boardwalk for AED 20.
Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
The Dubai aquarium is located on the ground floor of Burj Khalifa. The aquarium has a 10 million litre tank, home to over 140 thousand marine species that you will see.
Burj Khalifa costs to visit the Dubai Aquarium and At the top observation decks (Level 124 and 125) is AED 229.
The Burj Club is a premium health spa and restaurant where you can unwind after a visit to at the top. You can enjoy a 3-course meal after visiting Level 124 for AED 195. You can also enjoy a spa treatment for AED 360.
Burj Khalifa cost to visit the tallest skyscraper in the world has a wide price range to fit any budget. You are welcome to visit and explore everything there is to do at Burj Khalifa.