Tallest Lighthouses in Asia - the tallest of which is Yokohama Marine Tower of Japan at a height of 106 meters. At second, is the 72-meter tall Mulantou Lighthouse of China, followed by Baishamen Lighthouse of China with a height of 72 meters at third.
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Yokohama Marine Tower. Located in Naka Ward, Yokohama, Japan, the Yokohama Marine Tower is built in 1961 and has a height of 106 meters (348 feet) - the tallest lighthouse in Japan. The Yokohama Marine Tower is a steel lattice structure with an observation deck at a height of 100 meters. In clear daylight, visitors can see Mount Fuji from the 100-meter high observation deck.
Located in Hainan Island, China, the Mulantou Lighthouse, also known as the Hainan Head Light, is the tallest lighthouse in China with a height of 72 meters (237 feet). Built in 1995, the concrete lighthouse overlooks the Qiongzhou Strait and South China Sea with a flash range of 25 nautical miles or 46 kilometers. The Mulantou Lighthouse is only a feet taller than the second tallest lighthouse in China - the Baishamen Lighthouse - which is also located in Hainan island.
Built in year 2000, Baishamen Lighthouse is the second tallest lighthouse in China, at a height of 72 meters or 236 feet, just 1 feet shorter than the tallest lighthouse in China - Mulantou Lighthouse - which is also located in Hainan island. Constructed with concrete, the Baishamen Lighthouse has a range of 18 nautical miles or 33 kilometers.
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