登高望遠 Enurekda

Vision Magazine - - Contents -

Eureka Tower is the tallest build­ing in Melbourne. With 91 floors and reach­ing 297.3 me­ters in height, it of­fers a panoramic view of the city. It was the world’s tallest build­ing in 2006 be­fore re­placed by Dubai's HHHR. Eureka Tower is cur­rently the sec­ond tallest build­ing in Aus­tralia, sec­ond only to the Q1 in Queens­land.

Com­pared to fa­mous land­marks around the world, Eureka has a very ex­cit­ing show point on the 88th floor - The Edge. Once the vis­i­tor steps in, the room be­gins to ex­tend slowly out from the build­ing. When the room is stretched to its out­er­most point, the en­tire "room" seems to be sep­a­rated from the build­ing, and sud­denly walls, floors and ceil­ings in all di­rec­tions turn into a fully trans­par­ent view­ing cabin. Vis­i­tors are now about 300 me­ters above the ground over­look­ing the city. Eureka Sky Deck of­fers this unique ex­pe­ri­ence that has be­come a fa­mous at­trac­tion and is a must-try for all Melbourne vis­i­tors!

Eureka also lets vis­i­tors to take on the chal­lenge of climb­ing the 88-story build­ing, with a to­tal of 1,642 steps, and the cur­rent world record holder only took 7 min­utes to com­plete this in­cred­i­ble chal­lenge!

The 89th floor is home to one of Melbourne's finest restau­rants, when the night light in­ter­twines with the stars, it sets the per­fect mood for a ro­man­tic evening.

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