World’s Scariest Places To Stand And Peep
1) At The Top, Burj Khalifa, Dubai - Standing over 2,700 ft high, Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building. 2) The View from The Shard, London - The 360-degree view of London from 800ft up is nothing short of magical. 3)Aurland Lookout, Norway - At first glance, the structure is terrifying as there seems to be nothing to stop you from falling over the edge. 4)The Sphinx Observatory, Switzerland - Views here include those of the Jungfrau, Eiger and Monch. And on clear days, all the way up to Germany’s Black Forest. 5)The Grand Canyon Skywalk, Mohave, Arizona, USA - Located at a height of 4,770ft, the views are spellbinding and the canyon’s famous blazing sunrises and sunsets take on an entirely different character here. 6)Suspended platform at Iguazu Falls - The Iguazu Falls are so vast that they are shared by two countries—Argentina and Brazil. 7)Dachstein Sky Walk, Austria - In clear weather, you can see as far as Slovenia and the Czech Republic. 8)Sky100, Hong Kong -It boasts 360-degree views out over the harbour, interactive displays and booths and 3D projection devices.
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