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Rising an incredible 828m into the sky, the Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world and a symbol of Dubai’s urban style. Guests can visit the 124th, 125th, and 148th floors for outdoor observation decks and amazing views, or take a trip to the new Lounge on floors 152, 153, and 154 for the highest drinks in the world! TicketLens compares offers from different websites so that you can book tickets and find last-minute deals for the best available price.
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Tickets: At the Top

At the Top is the outdoor observation deck, breathtakingly high at 452m! With a trip to the 124th and 125th floors, you'll also ride the world’s fastest double-deck elevators.
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Dubai Burj Khalifa Tickets: Level 124 & 125

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Dubai Aquarium & Level 124 Burj Khalifa Combo Tickets

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Burj Khalifa Fast Track Tickets: Level 124 & 125

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Dubai Burj Khalifa Sunset Tickets: Level 124 & 125

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Tickets: At the Top SKY

An even higher Burj Khalifa experience: climb to the public floor, the Burj Khalifa Sky on the 148th floor. At 555m up, make sure you leave your fear of heights downstairs!
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Dubai Burj Khalifa Tickets & Tour: Level 124, 125 and 148

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Tickets: The Lounge

Visit the highest public area in the Burj Khalifa, the Lounge on floors 152, 153, and 154, 585m above the ground! Choose from a range of packages including tea, champagne, or cocktails!
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Dubai: Burj Khalifa Lounge Tea in the Clouds Experience

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Burj Khalifa: Cocktails Under the Stars at The Lounge (152nd - 154th Floors)

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Book your ideal trip to the Burj Khalifa by choosing a ticket with a meal, transfer, or entry to one of Dubai’s other unique attractions.
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Ticket: Burj Khalifa At the Top at Sunrise

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Burj Khalifa Ticket with 1-Way Transfer

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Burj Khalifa 124 & Lunch or Dinner at Rooftop, The Burj Club

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Dubai Desert Safari with Burj Khalifa (Ticket Only)

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5 Tips for Visiting the Burj Khalifa

Sunset and Dubai Skyline with Burj Khalifa
The Burj Khalifa is one of the busiest attractions in Dubai, and tickets on the door can sell out very early in the day. Make sure you get a ticket for a time slot that suits you by booking a skip-the-line ticket in advance.
Dubai Fountain after dark
Sunset is the most popular time to visit the Burj Khalifa. That’s when the light is best and the views are at their most impressive, but it’s also the busiest time. For a cheaper ticket and fewer crowds, book a ticket in the morning or after dark.
The sun sets about 3 minutes later at the top of the tower than at ground level. In fact, clerics in Dubai have ruled that residents living above the 80th floor should fast for an extra 2 minutes during Ramadan, and those living above the 150th floor should fast for an extra 3 minutes. Visitors can also try to catch two sunsets in one day - one at the bottom of the tower and one at the top!
Look out for the fountains! Right below the Burj Khalifa is the stunning Dubai Fountain, which has shows with light and music every thirty minutes from 6 pm daily. If you’ve chosen a sunset or nighttime ticket to the observation decks you can watch from above and from ground level to see which is more impressive. The soundtrack is also played in the observation deck so you don’t miss out.
Make sure to check out the virtual reality experience and viewing telescopes on floors 124 & 125. Tickets to the 148th floor also include light refreshments and an interactive motion sensor experience

Frequently Asked Questions

How long should I plan for my visit?

The average visit time is about 90 minutes, but it will depend on which ticket you've bought. If you're aiming to see the sunset then the venue advises booking a slot which begins 90 minutes before sunset so that you definitely have plenty of time to reach the top. Once inside you can spend 30 minutes on the 148th floor and as much time on the 124th and 125th floors as you like.

How do I get to the Burj Khalifa?

You can take the red line of the Dubai Metro to the helpfully-named Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall stop and follow the signs to the Dubai Mall, where you’ll find the entrance to the observation decks. There are moving walkways to speed things up, but plan for a fifteen-minute walk. Alternatively you can take a cab or drive yourself, parking is available in the Dubai Mall cinema car park (Level 1, Section M).

What does Burj Khalifa mean in English?

Burj means tower, and Khalifa is a term that refers to the ruler of the United Arab Emirates. The tower was originally meant to be called the Burj Dubai (Dubai Tower) but was renamed in honor of Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan after he helped the emirate of Dubai with debt problems.

What’s inside the Burj Khalifa?

The tower is home to offices, private apartments, bars, restaurants, a hotel (with its own spa and several restaurants), a swimming pool and gym complex, and it’s public observation decks. At any one time the building holds an average of 10,000 people, but it can hold up to 35,000 people at once - the population of a small town.

What can I see from the top of the Burj Khalifa?

From the 124th-floor observation deck, you can see the whole of Dubai and a good way into the desert that surrounds the city. On a clear day, you can even see all the way across the Persian Gulf to the coast of Iran. From the 148th-floor deck or the Lounge on floors 152, 153, and 154, you can see even further - some visitors even claim to be able to see the curvature of the Earth on the horizon, but we’ll let you decide that for yourself.

What about the weather?

On average, Dubai only gets 5 days of rain a year. While that’s great for sunbathing and clear views without clouds, it does mean that there can be quite a lot of dust in the air, and every now and then there are quite dramatic dust storms. We recommend checking the weather forecast before visiting so that you can get the clearest view.

I’ve heard that the building wobbles, what’s that all about?!

All skyscrapers sway a little bit in the wind, and the Burj Khalifa, as the world’s tallest building, is no exception. That being said, it’s been cleverly designed to minimize the sway and to make sure that the movement isn’t noticeable when you’re inside it. You might hear some creaking, but there’s nothing to worry about. In fact, the architects ended up building their own in-house wind tunnel to test changes to the design as they worked.

What other weird stuff happens in a building as tall as this one?

We’re glad you asked! The external temperature difference between the top and the bottom of the Burj Khalifa can be as much as 6°C (11°F). Speaking of temperature, the building was specially designed to withstand Dubai’s extremely hot climate, with an elaborate cladding system of hand-cut glass panels shielding the building from the sun’s intense glare. The sun also sets three minutes later at the top. Since it’s the tallest structure around it also acts as a lightning rod for the city, and when there’s a storm it can get struck by lightning every 5 minutes. Again, it’s been built to withstand those storms totally safely, and it’s spectacular to watch.

Dubai's Highest Observation Decks

Total Height
Height of Observation Deck
Open Since
Burj KhalifaDubai | UAE
828m#1 in Dubai#1 in UAE#1 worldwide
585m#1 in Dubai#1 in UAE#1 worldwide
Etihad Towers T2Abu Dhabi | UAE
305m#2 in UAE#49 worldwide
282m#2 in UAE#34 worldwide
Etihad Towers T1Abu Dhabi | UAE
278m#3 in UAE#59 worldwide
251m#3 in UAE#49 worldwide
Empire State BuildingNew York | USA
443m#3 in USA#17 worldwide
373m#3 in USA#14 worldwide
Eiffel TowerParis | France
324m#1 in France#42 worldwide
276m#1 in France#36 worldwide
The ShardLondon | UK
310m#1 in UK#46 worldwide
244m#1 in UK#52 worldwide
Burj Khalifa is number 1 in Dubai and number 1 on the worldwide list of the tallest buildings with an observation deck.

General Information

Opening Hours:

The observation decks are open 7 days a week, from 8.30 am to 10 pm. During winter the observation decks are open from 5.30 am every Friday and Saturday so that guests can view the sunrise. Last entry to the observation decks is 45 minutes prior to closing.


Tickets to At the Top typically cost from 135 AED and At the Top SKY tickets cost 370 AED. Tickets to The Lounge cost upwards of 600 AED, depending on the package chosen. Children under the age of 3 can enter for free, and there is a reduced price for children under the age of 12 years.


Burj Khalifa
1 Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard
Downtown Dubai
Dubai, UAE

How to get there:

You can take the Red Line metro to Burj Khalifa Metro Station. Parking is also available in The Dubai Mall, Level 1 (Section M) of the Cinema car park.

Know Before You Go:

- The At the Top experience is completely wheelchair accessible, but service animals are not permitted.
- Free WiFi is provided throughout the attraction.
- Shopping bags and children’s strollers will need to be left in the luggage storage facility located at the entrance.
- In severe weather conditions, the outdoor observation decks may not be open for safety reasons.


Like everywhere in Dubai, guests from non-Muslim countries are expected to dress more conservatively than they might at home. Skirts, shorts, or cropped trousers should reach to or below the knee, and, while t-shirts that cover the shoulders are fine, try to avoid low cut tops or thin straps. If in doubt, bring a cardigan or scarf.
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