Tallest Lighthouses in Asia

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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.  

 Compare Yokohama Marine Tower with Baishamen Lighthouse from Asia.

 Compare Yokohama Marine Tower with Mulantou Lighthouse from Asia.

Yokohama Marine Tower (credit: day photo - Wikimedia/Zairon, night photo - Wikipedia/Bernd)
Yokohama Marine Tower (credit: day photo - Wikimedia/Zairon, night photo - Wikipedia/Bernd)

Mulantou Lighthouse.

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.

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 Compare Mulantou Lighthouse with Baishamen Lighthouse from Asia.

Mulan Tou Lighthouse (source: Wikimedia/Anna Frodesiak)
Mulan Tou Lighthouse (source: Wikimedia/Anna Frodesiak)

Baishamen Lighthouse.

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.

 Compare Baishamen Lighthouse with Mulantou Lighthouse from Asia.

 Compare Baishamen Lighthouse with Yokohama Marine Tower from Asia.

Baishamen Lighthouse, Haikou, Hainan, China (source: Wikimedia/Anna Frodesiak)
Baishamen Lighthouse, Haikou, Hainan, China (source: Wikimedia/Anna Frodesiak)

 


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