Meet Burj Khalifa

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Burj Khalifa (Arabic: برج خليفة‎, Arabic for “Khalifa Tower” known as Burj Dubai before its inauguration, is a mega tall skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is the tallest structure in the world, standing at 829.8 m (2,722 ft). Construction of Burj Khalifa began in 2004, with the exterior completed in 2009. The primary structure is reinforced concrete. The building was opened in 2010 as part of a new development called Downtown Dubai.

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It was a dream come true  to visit Dubai and experience the At.mosphere at Burj Khalifa, the peak of fine dining in Dubai. Holder of the Guinness World Record for the Highest Restaurant from Ground Level. At.mosphere sits on Level 122 of the world tallest building with breathtaking views of Arabian Gulf, rising 442 meters from the ground.

Enjoy drinks and snacks and gaze at the panoramic views of the city’s skyline from a window seat. The ticket includes round-trip transfers from any hotel within Dubai city limits.

On my way to At.mosphere  I got chance to see the sophisticated beauty of ARMANI HOTEL. This high-end hotel, set in an ornate, high-rise glass tower serve as main entrance of Burj Khalifa.

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Obviously it’s quite expensive to be here but worth to do it once in your life. You don’t need to wear expensive clothes too , but know the rules about clothing and  use your girl fashion instinct.
Did you Know?
I’m wearing a long black dress with gold  chain strap by  Topshop , you can buy it around Php 3000. But in my case I got it as a present. Here is the story about that dress.  My mother’s boss, she is so nice and when she go shopping and maybe get boring with this dress after she bought it  she decided to give it to my mother and mama give it to me. I just thinking that this dress is really for me and really for this one of a kind experience.
My sling bag is from UK, found in Philippines, around Php 250. (I’m sure you know exactly what I mean.haha) If you’re confuse try to discover and find this Uk in Ph where you can buy branded but super cheap clothes, bag and shoes. My supportive mother bought this heels 2 months ago before i visit Dubai  when I attended graduation ceremony as guest speaker  and it’s around Php 600.  My bracelet and belt are cost nothing anymore because I bought it so cheap and I using it for long time already. Then, I put light make-up and wear my confidence.
 The effect of your clothing choices might be much more powerful than you think. Fair or not, people judge us by the way we look and that includes the way we dress.  It’s not about how much or expensive it is & if it’s branded or not. It’s about how you dress up and carry it. But one interesting aspect of dress is that what you wear can affect how you behave.  Whatever you choose to wear, consider how it might impact what you do, how you perform, and how others interact with you.
Oh! yeah I know I look great here, my mama tell me. hahaha
What to Wear?
 Dress code: Smart Casual.
  • Gentlemen are requested to wear a shirt with collar, long trousers or smart jeans, and closed shoes.
  • Ladies are requested to wear a suit or dress, long or short skirt, or dressy slack and top.
  • UAE national dress is welcome

Reminders!

  • Kids under 20 years are not allowed in the lounge after 16:00
  • Alcoholic drinks are only served after 16:00
  • Your booking is not refundable once confirmed by the supplier

Price
Lunch Ticket without Alcohol
AED 700 per person for window seat (12:00 – 14:00)
Meal value included: AED 250 per person
AED 600 per person for normal seat (12:00 – 14:00)
Meal value included: AED 250 per person
Dinner Ticket
AED 700 per person for normal seat (17:30 – 02:00)
Meal value included: AED 300 per person
Dinner Ticket including Alcohol
AED 800 per person for window seat (17:30 – 02:00)
Meal value included: AED 400 per person

Check some photos below ↓

For reservation and more information visit their website: Burj Khalifa

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