With an exceptionally wide range of colors and styles like traditional ceramic tiles, these ¾” thick porcelain pavers avoid the need to pull up any existing tiles, but can be laid directly over the top of the tiles (or over a concrete surface).
Just like the solid wood deck tile option above, these structural strength porcelain pavers are typically laid as ‘floating’ flooring using rubber support pads under each corner of the pavers. See here for more information on this installation method.
In most cases, these larger format tiles will need to be cut to fit the dimensions of your balcony, so the installation cost can be somewhat more labor intensive than with interlocking deck tiles for example.
On the other hand, porcelain pavers offer many more advantages. They are extremely resistant to freeze/thaw cracking, fade resistant, stain resistant, and resist growth of mold and mildew, so long term maintenance requirements are very low. And since these pavers come in an exceptionally wide range of colors and styles including wood look, stone look, concrete look and modern urban styles, you can generally find a paver color and style that blends perfectly with your décor. And the porcelain paver cost is really no more than interlocking wood tiles or even ceramic tiles if you take installation cost into account.
See further information about porcelain pavers here.