Burj Khalifa illuminated as part of Dubai New Year’s Eve festivities

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Burj Khalifa illuminated as part of Dubai New Year’s Eve festivities

Burj Khalifa illuminated as part of Dubai New Year’s Eve festivities

As well as numerous vantage-viewing balconies, the public can take pleasure in the fireworks from the central Burj Park, which will show cheerful surroundings with a number of short term booths for food and beverage and New Year products.

The festivity has already noted robust noise internationally with strong advance booking for hotel rooms in Downtown Dubai.

Beginning with a theatrical exhibition of effects racing up to the peak of Burj Khalifa, 828 metres high, and the show will then salute the country with the green, red, and white colors of the UAE National Flag.

Flowers in the hues of the national flag will pour down the tower, before silver pearls will surge from the apex of Burj Khalifa.

In a signal of the warm greeting that Dubai lengthens to the world, the next act will observe thousands of amethysts commenced in every course and fulfilling the sky.

Assimilating shades of amber and with silver illumination flowing down the tower in mild sophistication, the next act is a compliment to Burj Khalifa and the worldwide relationship it has endorsed.

The other acts contain stylish green and gold willow comets, silhouetting the vertical lines of the building; and a reformation of the design idea of the tower, with fireworks surfacing like petals and covering it up the tower much like the Hymenocallis desert flower, which encouraged the pattern of Burj Khalifa.

The grand finale will be a genuine work of art in fireworks show with every course being lit up spectacularly and a golden lattice being shaped across the sky.

Rainbow appearances will fulfill all over Downtown Dubai as Dubai ushers in 2014.

The emirate put on yet another stunning fireworks show on New Year’s Eve as more than one and a half million people were approximated to have assembled in the vicinity of Burj Khalifa to ring in 2015.

With a six-part firework, laser and record-breaking LED show, the emirate’s downtown region and the world’s tallest building were transformed into one of the clearest lightings yet seen.

Hundreds of thousands of sightseers assembled in Dubai to witness the New Year’s Eve fireworks.

Mohamed Dekkak