Reaching New Heights: Top 10 Tallest Buildings Globally ๐Ÿ™๏ธ

10: China Zun - 527.7m: Beijing's skyline is graced by the China Zun, reaching 527.7 meters and standing as an architectural marvel since 2018.

9: Tianjin Chow Tai Fook Finance Center - 530m: Tianjin boasts the Tianjin Chow Tai Fook Finance Center, standing at 530 meters, a testament to architectural prowess since 2019.

8: Guangzhou CTF Finance Center - 530m: Guangzhou's skyline is punctuated by the Guangzhou CTF Finance Center, soaring to 530 meters and completed in 2016.

7: One World Trade Center - 541.3m: A symbol of resilience, One World Trade Center in New York City stands tall at 541.3 meters, completing the skyline since 2014.

6: Lotte World Tower - 554.5m: Seoul's Lotte World Tower, at 554.5 meters, adds a touch of elegance to the South Korean capital since its completion in 2017.

5: Ping an International Finance Centre - 599.1m: Shenzhen's skyline is enhanced by the Ping an International Finance Centre, reaching 599.1 meters and completed in 2017.

4: Abraj Al-Bait Clock Tower - 601m: Mecca boasts the Abraj Al-Bait Clock Tower, standing at 601 meters, an impressive structure completed in 2012.

3: Shanghai Tower - 632m: Shanghai's architectural gem, the Shanghai Tower, rises to 632 meters and has been a defining feature of the city since 2015.

2: Merdeka 118 - 678.9m: Kuala Lumpur's Merdeka 118 stands tall at 678.9 meters, making its mark on the Malaysian skyline with completion anticipated in 2023.

1: Burj Khalifa - 828m: The iconic Burj Khalifa in Dubai reigns supreme as the world's tallest building, soaring to a height of 828 meters since its completion in 2010.