Anyone who is heading off for holidays to Dubai may want to book a spot to reach the top of the world’s tallest tower.

People who are planning holidays to Dubai will no doubt have seen the  news that the emirate opened the world’s tallest tower earlier this week.

The inauguration of its observation deck, entitled At the Top, has seen hundreds of people queuing to receive the first tickets to reach the 124th floor and experience panoramic views across the city.

Anyone who is worried that they may not have anything to occupy them before they reach the dizzying heights of the upper levels of Burj Khalifa need not worry.

Interactive displays and montages describing the tower’s design, construction and evolution are all on hand in the lobby for interested travellers to investigate.

Thomas Dempsey, general manager at the attraction, said: “The panoramic views are like those from an airplane, such is your height above ground.”

Burj Khalifa was certified as the world’s tallest building on January 4th. It stands at 828 metres tall and also boasts the highest mosque and swimming pool in the world.

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