1,353 feet above ground level, the skydeck attracts approximately 25,000 visitors a day. It cost $15 to take an elevator ride up to the 103rd floor. This is definitely an amazing experience, not for those with an extreme fear of heights – a condition called acrophobia and often mislabelled “vertigo” – significantly overestimate vertical distances.
Architect Ross Wimer said: ‘We did studies that showed a four-foot-deep (1.2 metres) enclosure makes you feel like you’re floating since there’s only room for one row of people, not two.’
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Lets do the maths, on average we have 25,000 visitors X $15 per day X 30 days = $11,250,000. More or less $135,000,000 per year. The world’s tallest twin tower – the Petronas Twin Tower’s Skybridge admission is free.
25K people per day? Really? You sure that’s not per year?
yeah, my bad. It should be 25K per year. :P