The rankings of the tallest buildings in the world and in China change due to the completion of giant constructions all around the world. Yet, one fact remains unaltered: China is the leading country to build the highest an magnificent skyscrapers. Cities such as Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Shanghai host the masterpieces of the modern architecture. One thing that the country could be proud of is that China is very quick to plan and build such enormous constructions if it is compared with other countries. Yet, countries in Europe do not have a such tendency to build skyscrapers due to their own historic city planning approaches. Yet, like it or not, those cities with such giant buildings in the heart of their down-town area turn out to be the most popular destination for photographers.

Here is the list of the first 20 tallest skyscrapers in China:

Rank

(China and

World)

Name City Height

(m)

Floor Year
1/2 Shanghai Tower Shanghai 632 128 2015
2/4 Ping An Finance Centre Shenzhen 599 115 2016
3/7 CTF Finance Centre Guangzhou 530 111 2016
4/9 Shanghai World Financial Center Shanghai 492 101 2008
5/10 International Commerce Centre Hong Kong 484 118 2010
6/11 Changsha IFS Tower T1 Changsha 452 88 2017
7/14 Zifeng Tower Nanjing 450 89 2010
8/15 Suzhou IFS Suzhou 450 92 2017
9/17 KK100 Shenzhen 442 100 2011
10/18 Guangzhou International Finance Center Guangzhou 440 103 2010
10/19 Wuhan Center Wuhan 438 88 2016
11/23 Jin Mao Tower Shanghai 421 88 1999
12/26 Two International Finance Centre Hong Kong 412 88 2003
13/28 China Resources Headquarters Shenzhen 393 67 2017
14/29 CITIC Plaza Guangzhou 391 80 1996
15/31 Shun Hing Square Shenzhen 384 69 1996
16/32 Eton Place Dalian Tower 1 Dalian 383 81 2015
17/36 Central Plaza Hong Kong 374 78 1992
18/38 Dalian International Trade Center Dalian 370 86 2016
19/40 Bank of China Tower Hong Kong 367 70 1990
20/48 Forum 66 Tower 2 Shenyang 351 68

2015

Source: wikipedia

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