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Burj Khalifa among skyscrapers with most jaw-dropping observation decks

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Abu Dhabi – The Burj Khalifa in Dubai has been selected among skyscrapers with the world’s most jaw-dropping observation decks.

The Travel and Leisure cited the 160-storey-high skyscraper which boasts the tallest observation deck located on the 148th floor.

Marking the Skyscraper Day, which falls on the 3rd of September, the magazine gathered what it described as 'the most thrilling skyscraper observation decks'.

The global list also includes the Shard in London, One World Trade Center: New York City, New York; Petronas Towers: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Shanghai World Financial Center: Shanghai, China; John Hancock Building: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

Gran Torre: Santiago, Chile; International Commerce Center: Hong Kong; Empire State Building: New York City, New York, U.S; Lotte World Tower: Seoul, South Korea; U.S. Bank Tower: Los Angeles, California, U.S; Willis Tower: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.; Taipei 101: Taipei, Taiwan; Shanghai Tower: Shanghai, China; Tour Montparnasse: Paris, France were also cited in the exclusive club!


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