Tallest Buildings in Hong Kong
Tallest Buildings in Hong Kong - the International Commerce Centre or ICC for short is the tallest building/skyscraper in the iconic skyline of Hong Kong. At 484 meters, it is the world's 12th tallest building by height. At 118 floors, it is the world's 9th tallest building by the number of floors. The skyscraper itself also houses the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong hotel as well an observatory called Sky100.
At second, is the Two International Finance Centre or IFC for short situated directly across the ICC at the Victoria Harbour in Central, Hong Kong Island. Standing at 416 meters and 88 floors, Two International Finance Centre is completed in 2003 and is designed to house financial institutions, such as the HKMA (Hong Kong Monetary Authority).
The Central Plaza is the third tallest tower in Hong Kong, standing at 374 meters and comprised of 78 floors. It also houses the world's highest church within a skyscraper or building, the Sky City Church.