News Burj Khalifa lights up to welcome international tourists

Burj Khalifa lights up to welcome international tourists


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Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, lit up in different shades and colors to officially welcome international visitors in the Emirate on Tuesday. 

“Welcome to Dubai. Welcome to The Dubai Mall,” it captions it post on Twitter. 

The message was displayed both in English and Arabic on July 7, the first day the emirate has reopened its borders for international tourists amid the global pandemic. 

Watch the short presentation below: 

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