The Guinness World Record captivating LED lighting on Burj Khalifa’s front elevation will last until 9th of January.
The stunning LED exhibition covers the world’s tallest tower in the hues of the UAE national flag among other amazing effects, which fascinated merrymakers during New Year’s Eve merriments in Downtown Dubai last December 31.
Containing an area of 32,467 square metres, the record-breaking LED show has a remarkable70,000 LED bulbs located in location utilizing over 100,000 brackets and connected impeccably with 55,000 metres of wiring for the wonderful visual show.
Sightseers to Downtown Dubai can gaze at the fabulous projections till January 9 at regular periods from 6.45pm to 11.45pm, with the multi-hued light effects on Burj Khalifa setting off the brilliant display at the Dubai Fountain.
Winning the ‘World’s Largest LED-Illuminated Facade’, the LED projection on Burj Khalifa complemented the fireworks and laser shows in one of the world’s brightest illustration scenes on New Year’s Eve.
With the fascinating Arabic motifs and ‘mashrabiya’ patterns, an oriel window is a form of bay window which projects from the most important wall of a construction, but does not stretch to the ground.
The LED display also features flags of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, and Kuwait, the other members of the Gulf Cooperation Council.