DUBAI: The iconic Burj Khalifa in Dubai will display the 99 names of Allah this Ramadhan.
The first show, which is three minutes long, celebrates the spiritual value of Ramadan with an inspiring display of prolific designer Karl Taylor Knight’s ground-breaking work, featuring the crescent moon, themed with Arabic lanterns followed by a majestic sequence of Arabic geometric patterns (mashrabiya) steeped in gold. The show is complemented by oriental music, reported Khaleej Times.
The second show is a display by painter Art Noor, inspired by the 99 names of Allah. Completed over 15 years, the work has been exhibited in several high-profile locations.
During Ramadan, At the Top, Burj Khalifa, featuring the world’s highest observation deck in the iconic tower, will have extended operational hours from 10am to 1am.
Time: Sunday – Wednesday, every hour from 7:45pm to 10:45pm
Thursday – Saturday, every 30 minutes from 7:45pm to 10:45pm