7. Sky Tower
6. Gateway Arch Tram
The Gateway Arch, located in St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States, is the tallest arch in the world, with a height of 630 feet. Each train has eight egg-shaped cars with 5 seats, and takes 4 min to travel to the top of the Gateway Arch. At an interval of every 10 min, a tram starts to take the guests on a trip.
5. Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower is the visual lynchpin of Paris, France, and is at 1050 feet tall, it is one of the most remarkably tall structures in the world, at the top of which, which runs up the tower legs diagonally to the first floor, from where there is another regular elevators waiting to run to the tower top.
4. Bailong Elevator
The Bailomg Elevator, leaning Hundred Dragons Elevator, is at Zhangjiajie, China, built on the side of a steep cliff that rises to a height of 1070 feet, in the Wulingyuan area. At the top of the cliff, viewers can get an excellent view of the surrounding area, including the tall quartzite sandstone pillars that go up to 2600 feet.
3. CN Tower
The CN Tower located in Toronto, Canada, is the world’s tallest tower. It redefines the Toronto skyline as a stiletto. Its elevator has a glass front, and it is capable of whisking the rider right to the observation platform in less than a minute, from where they can ascend another 33 floors, for three more look-out levels.
2. Taipei 101
The Taipei 101 is one of the most well-known buildings in the world. The remarkable and tall elevators have an incredible speed of 55.22 feet per sec, almost giving the sensation of travelling in a rocket.
1. Burj Khalifa Elevators
The Burj Khalifa, at about 2723 feet tall, is the world’s tallest building, and its elevators are also among the world’s fastest elevators, at a speed of 40 miles per hour, i.e. they are fast enough to reach the top in just about 35 sec.