Meanwhile Shanghai has claim to the Shanghai Tower and the Shanghai World Financial Centre, with its tallest building pushing 600metres.
The decision comes from a German real estate data mining company, Emporis, and additionally states that the Thai capital’s skyline cannot trump that of Dubai.
Results of the report was decided upon assigning points to high-rise buildings before adding up a final score.
Therefore Dubai – which has less buildings than the others ranked and is a smaller city - landed below Hong Kong, New York City, Singapore, Moscow and Seoul in the top ten stunning locations.
For example, Dubai has 686 buildings while Seoul has 3,023. One third of Dubai’s high-rise properties are by Damac.
Some of the notable structures the city is known for are the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest hotel, JW Marriott Marquis, plus the Marina’s Princess Tower which boasts 101 floors and the twisted Cayan tower.
Niall McLoughlin, the senior vice-president of Damac properties, told Khaleej Times: “Here it’s not just about building a tall building, which is square or rectangular. It’s about bringing shapes, designs and pushing the envelope in engineering to develop building structures, which are really one of a kind.”
The United Arab Emirates capital, Abu Dhabi, come in at 34th place. The city has the Burj Mohammed bin Rashid, which has an impressive 92 floors.