Tallest Office Buildings in Asia
Compilation of the tallest office buildings in Asia - with Shanghai Tower taking the crown at 632 meters. At second is the Ping An International Finance Center (599 meters) of Shenzhen, China, followed by the Lotte World Tower in Seoul, South Korea, at 556 meters - the tallest skyscraper in South Korea.
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Shanghai Tower. Located in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai, the Shanghai Tower is an impressive towering sight across the Shanghai bund, looming at a height of 632 meters (world's second tallest building by height to its architectural top). It has a large floor area of 380,000m2 and features an observation deck at the height of 562 meters.
Lotte World Tower. Located in Seoul, South Korea, the Lotte World Tower is the tallest building in South Korea at 556 meters - a skyscraper with 123 floors (the first 100-floor building in South Korea). It is a mixed-use building with offices, hotels, residential apartments and retail shops, with a floor area of 304,081m2.
China Zun. The tallest building in Beijing, capital city of China, the skyscraper China Zun stands at a striking height of 527.7 meters with 109 surface floors and 8 basement floors. It is the second largest office building in China, with 427,000m2 of floor area.
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