Alain Robert, the French Spiderman, climbs the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in Dubai.
He takes six hours to ascend to the tower building has a height of 828 meters, including the pointed spire located thereon.
Many people saw action Robert who climbed the wall of the building, and illuminate it with a light climber when it is dark.
Usually, Robert does not use a rope and restraint, but in action in Dubai he used the rope and restraint to meet safety requirements.
"I understand very well. You know, this is the iconic building, so I understand even though they are very concerned with my life, they also have great attention to building the Burj Khalifa."
He climbed up the building that has more than 100 floors it, and began to climb the silver parts of the building, on Monday local time.
Robert has climbed the Empire State Building in New York Tower in Chicago and Manara Willis Petronas in Kuala Lumpur.
In 2004, he climbed the tallest building in the world in that year, the Taipei 101 in Taiwan.