Some interesting facts of the most searched tourist destination on internet, Burj Khalifa
24 Jun 2021
An aerial view of Burj Khalifa enveloped in fog. Photo: Abdulla Aljunaibi
Gulf Today Report
Burj Khalifa is considered one of the most searched tourist destinations on the Internet, with an average of 10,000 monthly searches.
From booking tickets to visit the tallest tower in the world, Burj Khalifa has been on the top charts according to data issued by Unforgettable Travel.
The site explained that Burj Khalifa is often referred to as a vertical city in itself, as it can host up to 35,000 people at one time.
Burj Khalifa engulfed in fog.
The tower is 828 metres high and is located near the Dubai Mall, and has attracted tourists from around the world since 2010.
Visitors can enjoy the most amazing views through the viewing platform “At the Top” on the 124th and 125th floors, in addition to the highest observation deck in the world on the 124th floor 148 and at a height of 555 metres.
Skyscrapers enveloped in fog in Dubai. Photo: Abdulla Aljunaibi
The tower has a triangular base design inspired by the lily flower.
It includes designs inspired by Islamic architecture when looked at the tower from the top.
Sailing around the Statue of Liberty in New York came in second place with 9,300 searches per month, followed by a trip to Mount Everest base camp in Nepal with 9,000 searches, and then sailing the Nile River in Egypt with 7,900 searches.