There was a time, when the heights of the building were restricted to the area till where human eyes can reach. But today, the buildings are so high that they are somewhere in the midst of the cloud, which cannot be seen. These buildings are huge, gigantic and unreachable with the naked eyes. There are many such skyscrapers in the world, but this list is restricted to Asia. There are some extravagant beautiful buildings in Asian Countries, and Dubai, being the best place where you can see some magnificent constructions, where the buildings are tall and beautiful.
Here is a list of Ten Tallest Skyscrapers in Asia
10. Guangzhou International Finance Centre, China
This 1,440 feet height, this skyscraper is one of the tallest skyscrapers in Asia. It is located in China was constructed in the year 2010. It is commercial building and a hotel with 374 rooms. The architect of this building was Wilkinson Eyre and it took almost five years to complete this massive building.
9. Kingkey 100, Shenzhen, China
Owned by the Kingkey Group, the Kingkey Tower is 1,449 feet high, making it one of the tallest buildings in Asia. The construction of this skyscraper was started in the year 2007 and it was completed by September 2011. The Architect of this massive skyscraper is TFP Farrells, who did an amazing job with this building.
8. Zifeng Tower, Naning, China
This Skyscrpaer is 1,476 feet, and it is one of the tallest Skyscraper in Asia. The construction of this tower was started in 2005 and it was completed in the year 2010. The architect of this skyscraper was Adrian Smith at SOM. It has 89 floors in total.
7. Petronas Towers 1 and 2, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
This Skyscraper in Malaysia is 1,483 feet and they have 88 floors. The Construction of these towers was started in the year 1993 and it was completed in the year 1998. The architect of these towers was Cesar Pelli.
6. International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong
With the height of 1,588 feet, International Commerce Centre is the sixth tallest skyscraper in Asia. It has 118 floors, and it took eight years to complete the construction. It was started in 2002 and the construction was finished in 2010. The design was proposed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Association and the landscape by Belt Collins and Association.
5. Shanghai World Financial Centre, Shanghai, China