According to a research conducted by Bounce, a global luggage storage app, Burj Khalifa in Dubai has secured the 8th position in the list of the world’s most beloved landmarks. With an impressive annual visitor count of 16,730,000, this architectural marvel stands tall as the tallest building globally, towering at a height of 828 meters and surpassing the second tallest building by a remarkable margin of nearly 150 meters.
The popularity of Burj Khalifa is not only reflected in its visitor numbers but also in its financial success. With an average entry fee of US$37, the landmark generates an estimated annual revenue of approximately US$621 million from ticket sales alone, making it the leading revenue generator among all landmarks.
Bounce’s analysis encompassed several criteria, including annual visitor figures, entry prices, Tripadvisor ratings, and Instagram posts, to determine the most beloved landmarks worldwide. Burj Khalifa’s inclusion in the top 10 is a testament to its global appeal and the awe-inspiring experience it offers to visitors.