Emaar says this year Burj Khalifa fireworks will baffle the world

 Friday, November 2, 2018 

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Emaar, the UAE-based real estate company has recently released a video offering residents and tourists a preview of the spectacle of the New Year’s Eve that will take place in about two months time.

 

The master developer of the tallest tower of the world had previously established that the traditional fireworks display will return to Burj Khalifa on the eve of 2019 due to popular demand.

 

On Wednesday, Emaar issued a report on statement, promising the residents and tourists that the end-of-the year show will be “bigger, better and brighter”, adding that it will be a show like no other.

 

Emaar guaranteed that the show will be a “fascinating spectacle” that puts together LED shows, laser displays and “spellbinding” fireworks.

 

Thousands of revelers that met at Burj Khalifa on the eve of 2018 had experienced a different kind of NYE party after Emaar chose to call off the fireworks display in favour of a lights show. Fireworks displays have been identical with New Year’s Eve celebrations, with well-known landmarks world over lighting up the sky at the stroke of midnight.

 

Last year, several residents had mixed reactions after it was declared that the fireworks display had been cancelled. Few have welcomed the news, citing that it will decrease traffic problem, others have expressed concern that pulling the plug on the tradition could impact Dubai’s tourism sector.

 

“Wrong decision not to have fireworks on Burj Khalifa this New Year,” said Joevy Lanuza. “You don’t know how many hotels, airlines, travel agents, shopping malls will be affected by this decision. Thousands of tourists from around the world are eager to come to Dubai just to witness the fireworks.”

 

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