That Hong Kong looks skywards is obvious. The city leads the global list with more than 300 skyscrapers that are
taller than 150 meters. This is most apparent on Hong Kong Island, where the 415-meter Two IFC soars over Jardine House, the city’s first skyscraper. Yet, the tallest building in the city remains the 118-story Hong Kong International Commerce Center, which towers 484 meters above Tsim Sha Tsui with views that take in all of Hong Kong, a city that is actually 75 percent green.