The Burj Khalifa’s new deck legitimately confirmed as the world’s tallest building.
The new deck, situated on the 148th floor of the world’s tallest tower, is at a height of 555 metres, surpassin
g the previous record holder, The Canton Tower in Guangzhou, which is at a height of 488 metres.
Officials from the Guinness Book of World Records were in Dubai to validate the new record at the unveiling of Burj Khalifa’s new deck, ‘At The Top, Burj Khalifa SKY’. This new deck is 24 levels taller than the previous fascination on the 124th floor, which was 452 metres on top of the ground.
The new honor counts to Burj Khalifa’s three existing Guinness World Records titles for the Tallest Building, the Tallest Man-made Structure on Land Ever and the Highest Restaurant from Ground Level for At.mosphere.
The country manager for the Middle East and North Africa for Guinness World Record, Talal Omar averred that Burj Khalifa has made it again, astonishing the world with its iconic scale and the continuing innovative improvements.
The new Guinness World Records title is another honor for Dubai, a city that has now one of the greatest rising repertories of the world’s most captivating accomplishments.