Glittering glass and steel high-rises are one of the most representative images of Hong Kong, whose skyline is made up of record-breaking buildings:
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The International Commerce Centre is a 484 metre tall skyscraper that was completed in 2010, making it the tallest in Hong Kong.
Completed in 2003 with a height of 415 metres and 90 floors, it was the tallest building in Hong Kong until the International Commerce Centre was built.
The Bank of China Tower was built in 1989 by Chinese-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei. It has a distinct shape and design and spectacular lighting.
The third tallest building in Hong Kong, the Central Plaza skyscraper measures 374 metres and has 78 floors. It's home to the world's highest church.
- The Center: at a height of 346 metres (1135 feet) and with 73 floors, this is the fifth tallest building in Hong Kong. At night, hundreds of neon lights illuminate the skyscraper in different colours.
- Hopewell Centre: completed in 1980 at 22 metres (728 feet) tall and with 64 floors, this was the first circular skyscraper in Hong Kong. At the time it was also the tallest building in the city. It has a revolving restaurant on its top floor.