International building data company Emporis has released the highest public accesible observation Decks in the World.
Burj Khalifa ranked only 3rd place with At the Top being located at the 124th floor of the building which is on 452m height.
In second is the 492m Shanghai World Financial Centre – its Skywalk 100, a 55m-long glass bridge, is 474m high.
First place and also located in China is the Canton Tower in Guangzhou, which is a relatively modest 618 meters tall, well behind the Burj’s 828m. But its 488m observation deck is located higher than the Burj Khalifa’s one. The different taste on this one is that you can travel on top of it on glas pods and see around the city…
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