Visitors to the world’s tallest building in Dubai can now get an even more elevated view of the Middle Eastern city.
That is 555 metres above street level, making it the world’s highest observation deck, according to Guinness World Records. To get there, they have to change elevators on level 125.
Earlier, tourists could only go to a still operational observation deck on the 124th floor. Nearly 1.9 million visitors did so last year.
The higher views come with steeper prices. Pre-booked tickets for the new attraction cost the equivalent of $109, or $136 for immediate entry.
In Bangkok, A Thai property developer has announced plans to build a skyscraper in the Thai capital that will be among the 10 tallest buildings in the world when it is completed in 2019.
The 125-floor tower will rise 615 metres and include a luxury hotel, offices and an observation deck with panoramic views of the Thai capital, developer Grand Canal Land Public Company Ltd. said in a statement. More info