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Rent at the 163-storey Burj Khalifa doesn’t come cheap. While a one-bedroom “only” costs $US55,000 a year (according to CNN), it’s the $US25,000 service fee that really gets you. Now, a fight over these fees may force tenants to make the climb home on foot.
There’s a lot to know about Dubai’s towering Burj Khalifa. Every creak and every inch is constantly monitored and explored. But sometimes you just want to see something lit up in all its glory. And that’s the point where you get in a helicopter and go take some awesome night shots. You have access to a helicopter, right?
The beauty of Google Street View is it can take you to places you might never otherwise see. Now it includes the crazy panoramic view from the top of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa.
Back in 2011 when Gerald Donovan filmed Dubai for 28 hours he made an incredible timelapse of it. But he couldn’t leave well enough alone. After the limitless potential of the footage nagged at him for a few years he came back to it and made another beautiful version.