Burj Khalifa's At The Top viewing deck reopens to public

The tourist attraction has been closed since March

HHMJ7D Tourists meet sunrise at the observation deck on the 125 floor of Khalifa tower. Alamy
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Burj Khalifa's At The Top observation deck is open to the public again, after closing as part of measures to control the spread of coronavirus.

The popular Dubai attraction officially reopened on Wednesday, May 27.

To monitor the number of visitors, there is only one ticket type available, the Dh99 admission option, which allows guests access to the 124th and 125th floors.

Visitors can book tickets online and at counters, whicht are open, at The Dubai Mall. Guests are expected to follow Dubai municipality's social distancing regulations.

A view of sunrise from the Burj Khalifa’s At the Top observation deck. Courtesy Emaar Properties

To reach level 124, visitors travel in the world's fastest double-decker lifts, cruising at 10 metres per second. Visitors can step out on to the observation terrace and use telescopes to get a better look at the view.

The 125th level is 456 metres above ground, offering 360-degree views of the city. Those who are not afraid of heights can even walk across the glass floor.

At the time of writing, Atmosphere, the restaurant and lounge on Burj Khalifa's 122nd floor, is still closed. The telephone booking representative "hopes" the lounge, bar and restaurant will open in June.

Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world, standing at 829.8 metres. It has 163 floors, which are occupied by the Armani Hotel Dubai, apartments and offices, as well as the public viewing deck and restaurants. The building officially opened in January 2010.

More information is available at www.burjkhalifa.ae