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Burj Khalifa Observation Deck @ 124th Floor

Elevators zooming 10 meters per second, really ear popping, accompanied by multimedia show and dramatic music, Burj Khalifa became the hottest place in town when the observation deck finally opened for the public.

Ticket info
Members of the public will be able go to the 124th floor from 10am until 10pm during weekdays and until midnight on weekends.

Tickets are only available from the ‘At the Top’ kiosk in Dubai Mall as the online and telephone booking services are not yet available.

Dated & Timed Adult (12 years +) Dh100
Dated & Timed Child (3 - 12 years) Dh 75
Immediate Entry Adult/Child Dh.210
Infants (0-3) Free of Charge

Opening Times

Sunday to Wednesday 10am - 10pm
Thursday to Saturday 10am - 12am
You can also buy souvenirs from the "At The Top" merchandise store
So now when you decided to come and visit Dubai, this is one good place to enjoy.


  1. yellowbells, yang burj khalifa na yan, na news dito sa french news.

    Sabi ni Lolo, impressive.

    Tanong ko lang, hindi ba nakakalula yan? Sa Monaco until 27 floor lang ang isnag building dito, naiinip na ako ,tagal dating, pero dyan 124floors!!!

    sure ko fantastic ang view, parang nasa airplane na ako nun!

  2. hi France,

    Sure na nakakalula, ear popping nga pag akyat mo sa taas, di lng sya 124th floor-observation deck pa lng yun, it reaches up to 160 floors at kapantay mo na ang ulap pag nasa taas ka. pag foggy di mo makikita ang ground. as in para ka na ngang nasa airplane.

  3. hi yellow bells wow thanks for the info i may try that soooon sana 2011 lol kasi sa 2011 pa bakasyon ko

  4. That costly?! Grabe.

    I wonder, how long does it take for the elevator to reach the top floor? Ear popping? So talagang mabilis pala huh.

  5. Ang mahal naman ng "rides" na yan! : )

    Nebz, you experience this "ear popping" not because of the fast elevators but the sudden rise in elevation. It's the atmospheric pressure that's doing it.


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