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泰国最高的楼是哪个?( 2016年8月29日晚,在泰国曼谷,泰国新第一高楼大都会大厦举行竣工灯光秀。) 2016年8月29日,泰国新第一高楼大都会大厦(MahaNakhon )竣工并正式投入使用,于同一天晚
  泰国最高的楼是哪个?( 2016年8月29日晚,在泰国曼谷,泰国新第一高楼——大都会大厦举行竣工灯光秀。)
  
  2016年8月29日,泰国新第一高楼——大都会大厦(MahaNakhon มหานคร)竣工并正式投入使用,于同一天晚间举行了灯光秀(MAHANAKHON: BANGKOK RISING, THE NIGHT OF LIGHTS) 。大都会大厦于2011年6月开工,建成之后总高度达到314米(77层),超过原泰国第一高楼、高304米的白玉塔,成为新的泰国第一高楼。
  
  据悉,大楼的居住区、酒店以及观光台将于2017年正式对外开放。
  
  ( 8月29日晚,在泰国曼谷,泰国新第一高楼——大都会大厦举行竣工灯光秀。)
  
  2016年8月29日,泰国新第一高楼——大都会大厦(MahaNakhon)竣工并正式投入使用,于同一天晚间举行了灯光秀(MAHANAKHON: BANGKOK RISING, THE NIGHT OF LIGHTS) 。大都会大厦于2011年6月开工,建成之后总高度达到314米(77层),超过原泰国第一高楼、高304米的白玉塔,成为新的泰国第一高楼。

  曼谷的白玉楼可能是当地的制高点。楼高78层,四面八方360度都是玻璃幕墙,视野开阔,能俯瞰曼谷城市全景。类似西安市的电视塔。所不同的是,西安市的电视塔在南郊比较荒僻处,泰国的白玉楼地处闹市中心。
  
  游客们登楼后,除了在自助海鲜餐厅用餐外,就是观赏曼谷景致、拍照而已。而白玉楼的确是个供泰国和外国游客们缅怀旧事之地,类似世博会中国馆的岁月回眸。里面大都是上世纪的老物件。
  
  这些老物件绝大部分在不但是泰国人的生活,也在我们的生活中隐退了。有人力三轮车、蹦蹦车、玻璃钢警察、胜家缝纫机、算盘、黑胶木拨盘式电话机、洋铁皮茶叶筒、搪瓷脸盆、搪瓷痰盂、指针式秤、木壳电视机、铝制饭盒、老式碗柜、针线箩、黑白照片镜框、调频收音机、落地式铁叶电风扇、热气球、摄影棚、白虎膏等等。看到这些老物件,能引起我们对于逝去的过去那份怀念和温馨的追忆。
  
  MahaNakhon (Thai: มหานคร) is a luxury mixed-use skyscraper located in the Silom/Sathon central business district of Bangkok, Thailand and was opened in late August 2016. Designed to fit into the Thai landscape with a unique pixelated facade, it features the unconventional appearance of a glass curtain walled square tower with a cuboid-surfaced spiral cut into the side of the building. Following transfer of the first residential units in April 2016, it has been recognized as the tallest building in Thailand on 4 May by CTBUH at 314.2 metres (1,031 ft), with 77 floors.[1] Featuring hotel, retail and residences, 200 units of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Bangkok inside the building are priced between around US$1,100,000 to US$17,000,000, making it one of the most expensive condominiums in Bangkok.
  
  History
  
  Details on the MahaNakhon development were officially announced on 23 July 2009, with a team including German architect Ole Scheeren, former partner of the design firm Office for Metropolitan Architecture; joint-venture development partners including Thai company Pace Development, David Collins Studio based in London and multinational Industrial Buildings Corporation PLC. In 2015 PACE Development bought the remaining shares belonging to former partner Industrial Buildings Corporation PLC, thus becoming the sole developer of the project.[3] The ground breaking ceremony was held on 20 June 2011, the building was topped off in 2015, and has been completed in 2016. The total project value as a result of pricing changes during the course of construction reached 21b THB (approximately $620m USD).[4]
  
  As of October 2013, construction was finished for the smaller CUBE building, and at that time the main tower reached the 4th floor, growing at the rate of approximately 2-3 stories per month. As of September 2014, construction of the main tower reached the 45th floor, and in December 2014 it has been publicized that the building reached around the 60th floor. In April 2015, PACE revealed that the tower had now reached its full height and was topped off at 314 meters, making it the tallest point in Bangkok.[5] Finally in 2016, the building was announced as completed by CTBUH.
  
  In March 2014, developers PACE Development Corporation revealed that the development was now being sold freehold, having previously been a leasehold property.
  
  In September 2014, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Bangkok at MahaNakhon was awarded BEST LUXURY CONDO DEVELOPMENT 2014 (Bangkok) at the prestigious Thailand Property Awards.[7] In October 2014, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Bangkok at MahaNakhon was awarded BEST THAILAND DEVELOPMENT 2014 and BEST LUXURY CONDOMINIUM SOUTH EAST ASIA 2014 at the highly regarded SE Asia Property Awards, with both awards accepted by PACE Chief Marketing Officer Kipsan Beck in Singapore.
  
  In 2015, MahaNakhon was further recognised at the Asia-Pacific Property Awards, picking up 3 major awards including Best Mixed Use, Best Residential and Best Residential Highrise, received by CRM Director Songphol Chaovanayothin and Ms. Narumon Juthaprateep, Head of Public Relations and Corporate Communications in KL, Malaysia.
  
  Subsequently the project has also been recognised with presentations at CTBUH, The Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and leading Thai University Chulalongkorn.
  
  In April 2016, Kipsan Beck, former head of marketing of PACE and also of Raimon Land was appointed as the Managing Director for the entire MahaNakhon development.
  
  Design and location
  
  The tower's design assumes the shape of a square prism with the appearance of a rough spiral with cuboidal surfaces cut into the side of the building. The building features a pixilated ribbon that swirls around the exterior, peeling back its surface layer to expose an inner layer (while also creating balconies with sweeping views of the city). This ribbon prevents the tower from overpowering the city that surrounds it, allowing the structure to, in a sense, dissolve into the landscape below.[11] The glass walls are divided horizontally and vertically, adding to the building's "pixelated" appearance. Its height, 314 metres (1,030 ft), with 77 floors, now makes it the tallest building in Thailand by structural height, surpassing Baiyoke Tower II's record of 304 metres (997 ft), and at the time of completion in 2016, making it the 88th tallest building in the world.[12]
  
  Among the features of the building are: 10,000 square metres (110,000 sq ft) of luxury retail space (MahaNakhon CUBE and MahaNakhon HILL Retail components); 209 Residences serviced by The Ritz-Carlton, which, with prices ranging from approximately THB42 - more than THB500m (approximately 1.2m - $14m+ USD), are among the highest prices achieved for Thai luxury real estate, freehold or leasehold in Bangkok; the Bangkok Edition boutique hotel, with 150 rooms, to be operated by Ritz-Carlton which is part of Marriott International in collaboration with famed boutique hotel creator Ian Schrager; as well as a roof-top bar and observation deck. MahaNakhon features Thailand's first L'Atelier de Jo?l Robuchon (Bangkok), Thailand's first restaurant by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Thailand's first VOGUE Lounge and the largest Dean & DeLuca in Thailand.
  
  The development features a free-standing seven-storey building ("the Cube") and an outdoor plaza ("MahaNakhon Square"), which connect the tower to the Chong Nonsi station of the BTS Skytrain Silom Line and the Bangkok BRT station on Narathiwat Ratchanakharin Road.
  
  In November 2012, PACE Development revealed that the CUBE retail component will include Thailand's first L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, a flagship Dean & DeLuca gourmet foodhall, Verita Wellness Center from Singapore and Thailand's first VOGUE Lounge food and beverage concept, by Condé Nast International.
  
  In January 2013, PACE Development announced the sale of the highest-price condominium penthouse in Thailand at MahaNakhon, a 2-floor, 1,500-square-metre (16,000 sq ft) residence worth 480M baht.
  
  PACE Development also has marketed overseas, including in the Middle East for MahaNakhon in 2013, marking the first time that a Thai property developer has marketed Thai property in the Middle Eastas well as in Hong Kong and Singapore.

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