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  • The Smith Tower: The Cage at the Top of Seattle

    The Smith Tower: The Cage at the Top of Seattle
    The Smith Tower in Seattle hasn't been able to claim the title of "tallest skyscraper on the west coast" for 50 years, but this 38-storey neoclassical office tower is still worth a visit. Since the first 34 floors are private offices, and the top three floors are for private residence, your visit will include the lobby, the elevator, and The Chinese Room on the 35th floor.
  • JR Tower: Highest Building in Hokkaido

    JR Tower: Highest Building in Hokkaido
    During my recent winter vacation to Sapporo City in Hokkaido, Japan, I visited the JR Tower Observation Deck T38 for a bird's eye view of the city. The breathtaking view is definitely worth every penny paid!
  • Top of the Rock

    Top of the Rock
    There are taller buildings in New York City, but the view from here is not to be missed. Besides, you can't see the Empire State Building from the top of the Empire State Building. If you want to see all of New York at once, go to 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
  • Macau Tower

    Macau Tower
    Adrenaline junkies will surely heart the Macau Tower! It is a popular place for thrill seekers who want to experience the world’s highest bungee jump, the mast climb, or the Skywalk X.