We bought our tickets online in advance. You can only book one month ahead.
Having a print out I believed that this was my entry ticket. Unfortunately it wasn’t, we still had to join the queue of people buying tickets.
Then we went through and joined another queue to go through the turnstile.
Then it was put into a big group waiting for the lift. The lift was a bit different as it had images projected onto the wall as you go up.
Coming out on floor 125 we found no seats so, as there is no time limit to how long you can stay, the glass around the level has people sitting out on the edge waiting for the sunset. The only empty spaces where the places for upsell staff photos.
We walked around trying to squeeze in for a photo then found stairs to the floor below. Here was more glass windows with people camped out and an outdoor section. Despite signs saying don’t sit next to the glass it was crowded.
Most people hogged the glass to take photos whilst others pushed in to go next. Being English we found ourselves too polite waiting for a turn and found that just didn’t happen and we had to push before someone behind us did.
When it was time to leave we decided to check out it photos. The upstairs ones were ok but the downstairs ones were cheesy having us super imposes onto the building. We decided on 3 and asked the price. We here got smacked when we were told aed 220 per photo! We said that’s too much and we’re offered a smaller size at a cheaper price. The photos were the right size for a souvenir so I’m not sure how big they should have been.
Overall the view was good from what we could see. Only issue was the crowd control and it was expensive for a family.
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