This would be an incomplete list without the city’s current skyscraping champion – International Commerce Centre stands 118 floors high and is the tallest building in Hong Kong and the fourth tallest in the world. It’s also home of the world’s highest hotel – the Ritz Carlton – the world’s highest bar and bunch of other facilities that can lay claim to world records.
Testament to the growing influence of Kowloon, the building sits on the peninsula’s shoreline in the burgeoning commercial district of West Kowloon. The architecture is relatively bland; a square shaped building wrapped in glass, but this is one of Hong Kong’s most tourist friendly skyscrapers. The Sky 100 Observation Deck is a dedicated viewing platform that affords premium views over the Hong Kong skyline.