general view of foggy morning of jumeirah lake towers captured from picture

Sky-High Views From Around the World

As far as the eye can see...

When it comes to the world's tallest buildings, looking out the window gets scarier the higher you go. So instead of looking down, use the sliders below to reveal the incredibly expansive views you'd get from thousands of feet in the air.

<b>Burj Khalifa</b>
The Opening Of The World&#39;s Tallest Building The Burj Dubai
Najib Nasreddine/Getty Images; Bloomberg via Getty Images Burj Khalifa Dubai, United Arab Emirates
2,717 Feet
<b>Shanghai Tower</b>
shanghai skyline sunset picture
Ansonmiao/E+/Getty Images; Blackstation/Moment/Getty Images Shanghai Tower Pudong, Shanghai, China
2,073 Feet
<b>Abraj Al-Bait</b>
An aerial view taken November 7, 2011 sh
AFP/Getty Images Abraj Al-Bait Mecca, Saudi Arabia
1,972 Feet
AKA: Makkah Royal Clock Tower
<b>Ping An Finance Centre</b>
shenzhen skyline
Moment/Getty Images Ping An Finance Centre Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
1,966 Feet
<b>Lotte World Tower</b>
&#39;N Seoul Tower,Lotte World,Lotte World Ii,Lotte World Hotel,Lotte Castle,Cheongdamdaegyo Bridge,Mt.namsan,Jamsil,Songpa-gu,Hangang River,Seoul,Korea&#39;
Topic Images/Getty Images; KR_nightview/Imazins/Getty Images Lotte World Tower Seoul, South Korea
1,819 Feet
<b>One World Trade Center</b>
Dominating the Skyline
Aleks Ivic Visuals/Moment/Getty Images; Gary Hershorn/Corbis/Getty Images One World Trade Center Manhattan, New York City
1,776 Feet
<b>CTF Finance Centre</b>
Skyline of Tianhe, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, Asia
Ian Trower/Robert Harding/Getty Images; VCG via Getty Images CTF Finance Centre Guangzhou, China
1,739 Feet
Petronas Towers
Petronas Towers.
iStock/Getty Images; Atlantide Phototravel/Corbis/Getty Images Petronas Towers Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1,483 Feet