Terrifying View From Sear Tower’s Glass Box Balcony

Updated on August 8, 2019 in Interesting Architectural Stuff 2019

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.’

Terrifying View From Sear Tower's Glass Box Balcony
Image Source : Dailymail UK, Copyright: Reuters

Terrifying View From Sear Tower's Glass Box Balcony
Image Source : Dailymail UK, Copyright: Reuters/Big Picture

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.

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