Glass Slide Dubai

Looking for a unique and adrenaline-pumping experience in Dubai? Look no further than the Dubai Glass Slide at Sky Views.

This transparent tube slide takes you from the 53rd floor to the 52nd floor of the Address Sky View Hotel, offering stunning views of the city below.

The Sky Slide is made of 12m-long sheets of quadruple-laminated glass, so you can feel safe and secure as you slide down.

And because it’s completely uninterrupted, you’ll get to experience the full thrill of the ride.

To participate in the Glass Slide, you must be between 120 cm and 200 cm tall and weigh between 30 kg and 150 kg.

You must also wear modest, comfortable clothing and remove all sharp objects from your body.

Once you’re ready to slide, you’ll be given a special rug/mat to sit on. Then, you’ll be instructed to slide down the slide in a sitting position.

Do not attempt to slide in a lying position, as this is not allowed.

Terms and Conditions for the Slide:

Weight30 to 150 kg
Height120 to 200 cm (4.9 to 6.5 ft)

Dubai Glass Slide Tickets

If you want to ride a glass slide in Dubai, you can buy a simple admission ticket to Sky Views Observatory, which includes a one-time slide ride.

The Sky View observation deck provides an excellent vantage point for viewing the Dubai skyline, including the Fountain Show, Dubai Mall, and the Burj Khalifa.

An admission ticket to Sky View is priced at AED 81 ($22) for visitors above the age of 12.

Children between the ages of 4 and 11 pay a discounted fee of AED 66 ($81).

If you want an additional ride on the sky slide, it will cost you an additional AED 25 ($7).

Glass Slide Timings

The Glass Slide in Dubai opens daily at 10 am and closes at 9 pm.

It is strongly advised that you book your tickets well in advance, particularly during peak season (November to March).

The observatory gets crowded during this time, and the glass slide can take up to 30 minutes to complete.

If you want fewer people around you and shorter lines at the slide, go to the Sky Views as soon as the Observatory opens at 10 am.

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