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Dubai Residents Are Going Crazy For This New Instagrammable Spot

If you’re looking to take a memorable picture with a gorgeous backdrop view

Posted on

22 November 2018

Last updated on 22 November 2018
Photos courtesy IG: @atthetopburjkhalifa

This might be the best way to spice up your Instagram

And of course make all your followers a little bit jealous of your fab Dubai-based lifestyle.

While this might be a bit OTT, we guarantee it’ll get you lots of likes and love on social media because Dubai residents seem to love it.

And for those tourists who want a memorable “Dubai” picture…what better way than to include the Burj Khalifa in it.

Might be the most photographed building in Dubai, the Burj Khalifa is a picturesque star on the outside and now even more so on the inside.

SEE ALSO: 6 Beautiful Art Installations In Dubai That Will Leave You Speechless

A new art installation is giving people the opportunity to snap a gorgeous picture with the famous Dubai skyscrapers backdrop.

An American visual artist, Colette Miller, has landed in Dubai and already turned the Burj Khalifa into an artistic escape – through picture and selfies.

Called the “Global Angels Wings Project,” this popular art installation is found at the top of Burj Khalifa on levels 124 and 125.

Here’s what we’re talking about

Not only are the wings amazingly details and vibrant in colour, but they’re also there for a good cause – the wings project first started in Los Angeles in 2012 and has gone global since then.

These wings are found in Kenya, Australia, Japan, China, Mexico, Europe and now Dubai.

Japan

Los Angeles

Kenya

The UK

And now Dubai!!

Here's another jaw-dropping view only seen from the top of the Burj Khalifa

Oh and the time Will Smith took this selfie!

Lara Obediat, ExpatWoman
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