Dubai: Those who missed the New Year’s Eve light show at the world’s tallest tower in Dubai will still have a chance to watch it live.
The world record-breaking spectacle has just been extended until end of March, it was announced late Saturday.
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The show will now run five times a week, providing spectators the chance to relive the New Year'e Eve spectacle.
UAE residents and tourists can head down to Downtown Dubai and catch it every 8pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, and every 10pm on Thursdays and Fridays.
“For those who have not had the chance to watch Burj Khalifa’s Light Show, you still can,” the announcement reads.
The laser light display was watched by hundreds of thousands of spectators on the eve of New Year and landed a new Guinness world record for Burj Khalifa as the biggest light and sound show on a single building.
The show was first extended until January 6, drawing thousands of visitors to Downtown Dubai after New Year's Eve.
Watch the highlights of the show here:
With the largest light & sound show on a single building, this is how we lit up 2018 in Downtown Dubai and broke a new world record! #MyDubaiNewYear 🎊 #BurjKhalifa pic.twitter.com/bwerjfsTcc— Burj Khalifa (@BurjKhalifa) December 31, 2017