Even the Lego version is a record-breaker.
The record-breaking model soars to roughly 55 feet in the heart of the theme park's Miniland section. It's constructed with about 439,000 Lego bricks and took over 5,000 hours to build.
The Lego structure includes LED lighting and water features to replicate the fountain shows at Burj Khalifa.
The structure will be just one of Dubai’s landmarks that visitors can marvel at when visiting the theme park when it opens October 31.
Guests at Legoland Dubai will also be able to make their own Lego structures at the park’s Build a City section, explore six different “cities” with Lego structures made from more than 60 million Lego bricks, and enjoy more than 40 different interactive rides. Tickets for Legoland Dubai start at AED 250 (about $68).