Thailand’s tallest building officially launched

Slider, Thailand 31 Aug 2016
Thailand’s tallest building officially launched

MahaNakhon, the tallest building of Thailand, was officially launched with lights and sounds shows in Bangkok on Monday night.

Lights were beamed onto the 314-metre-tall structure and skywards from the building as its developer Pace Development Corp was celebrating the 18-billion-baht project on Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road in Silom area.

Sorapoj Techakraisri, chief executive officer of the company, said the high-end mixed-use property development project consisted of residences, hotel services, a panoramic viewpoint on its top 77th floor with the “Sky Tray” glass floor, the already-opened seven-storey shopping centre named ManaNakhon CUBE, and a 1,000-square-metre activity ground.

Residential, hotel and viewpoint services will be opened next year.

For about two decades before Monday, the tallest building was the 304-metre Baiyoke Tower II in Ratchathewi district in Bangkok.

Thailand’s tallest building officially launched
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