Lounge Area Launching at Karma Kafe

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Also, the terrace is so structured that guests can be entertained by the amazing views of the water fountains, the glittering marvel Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall while relishing their dinner." He adds, "The design elements of the lounge area and terrace are extraordinary and will compliment the dining and bar area of Karma Kafe. With the Buddha-Bar brand we strive to capture the attention of each Karma Kafe’s guest by combining amazing taste sensation, a tranquil vibe and authentic oriental decorations in order to deliver an unsurpassed experience."

Philharmonic orchestra performance at Burj Khalifa lends high note to Emaar’s Downtown Dubai commercial

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As orchestra performances go, they cannot get any higher. A philharmonic orchestra performance, set in Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, serves as the musical backdrop for the newest television commercial of Emaar's Downtown Dubai, with inspiring footage reaffirming its position as 'The Centre of Now.'

Burj observation deck is world’s most expensive

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It costs twice as much to get into the Burj Khalifa’s observation deck, despite it being only the second highest in the world, as it does to enter the world’s highest viewing deck in the Shanghai World Financial Centre in China. Online tickets for 'At The Top' on the Burj Khalifa cost a minimum of US $27.2 (AED100) and go up to $109 for fast track viewings, while tickets to the top-most observatory deck in the world cost a mere $14.6 (CNY100).

‘Spider Man’ to scale Turkey’s highest building

Alain Robert, who is internationally known as “Spider Man” for his courageous climbs to the tops of the world's highest buildings, is planning to climb Turkey's highest building on Tuesday. Robert's name came to public attention when he climbed the world's highest building, Burj Khalifa (860 meters) in Dubai. He will now scale İstanbul's Sapphire.

KidZania grows as ‘children’s city’ gains widespread popularity

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In addition to KidZania, Emaar Retail LLC manages a strong portfolio of exclusive leisure and retail concepts including Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo featuring over 33,000 aquatic animals and the world's largest acrylic viewing panel; the Olympic-sized Dubai Ice Rink; Reel Cinemas, the UAE largest megaplex with 22-screens; and the region's largest SEGA indoor theme park, SEGA Republic - all in The Dubai Mall. Reel Cinemas also recently introduced the first 'premier' Cineplex at Dubai Marina Mall.

FIFA World Cup mascot enjoys fun-filled tour of Dubai with Emirates

“Dubai is such an exciting place with so many amazing attractions. It is fantastic that you can now use the Metro to get to places like the Dubai Aquarium and the world’s tallest building - Burj Khalifa.”

Dubai to Get its Very Own Opera House

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Developer Emaar made the announcement adding that the venue will be used for opera, theatre, concerts, art exhibitions, orchestra, film, sports events and seasonal programmes. Think centerpiece of the district to promote the art and culture scene in Dubai!

Dubai Youth Orchestra wows audiences once more

If you were to put them onstage side by side a typical symphony orchestra, Dubai Youth Orchestra will definitely prove that when it comes to the love for music, age is just a number. 
And rightly so, when the master conductor raised his hand to begin the concert on Sunday night, their music dominated the jampacked Pavilion Downtown Dubai and left the audience in awe.

Sky high dining at Dubai’s Burj Khalifa

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Dubai will claim to boast the highest restaurant in the world early next year when Emaar launches an outlet on floor 122 of Burj Khalifa. EHG has announced that the restaurant will be called Atmosphere and will be a unique addition to high-end dining in Dubai and the Middle East. Company chief executive officer, Marc Dardenne, told Caterer Middle East that the outlet, as a concept, had a world dimension.

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa carved from lipstick on exhibit at Heathrow airport

The Burj Khalifa has been immortalised in lipstick at Heathrow Airport by micro-sculptor Hedley Wiggan.