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World’s top ten buildings ready to be rated for calorie burn

With hundreds of stairs being rated for calorie burn every week, we’d love to add some of world’s tallest buildings to the StepJockey map.

If you work, live or are staying in any of these amazingly tall buildings, why not rate them for calorie burn today? 

1. Burj Khalifa

Built in 2010 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the Burj Kalifa has 163 floors and is 828 metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 1050 calories

2. Shanghai Tower

Built in 2013 in Shanghai, China, the Shanghai Tower has 121 floors and is 632 metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 775 calories 

3. Makkah Royal Clock Tower

Built in 2012 in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, China, the Makkah Royal Clock Tower has 120 floors and is 601 metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 800 calories

4. One World Trade Centre

Built in 2013 in New York, USA, One World Trade Centre has 104 floors and is 541metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 700 calories

5. Taipei 1010

Built in 2004 in Taipei, Taiwan, the Taipei 101 has101 floors and is 509 metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 650 calories

6. Shanghai World Financial Centre

Built in 2008 in Shanghai, China, the Shanghai World Financial Centre has 101 floors and is 492 metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 650 calories

7. International Commerce Centre

Built in 2010 in Hong Kong, the Shanghai World Financial Centre has 118 floors  and is 484 metres tall.

Estimated calorie: 700 calories

8. Petronas Towers

Built in 1998 in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia, the Petronas Towers have 88 floors in each tower and are 452 metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 590 calories per tower

9. Zifeng Tower

Built in 2010 in Nanjing JS China, the Zifeng Tower has 89 floors in each tower and are 450 metres tall..

Estimated calorie: 600 calories 

10. Willis Tower

Built in 1973 in Chicago, IL the Willis Tower has 108 floors in each tower and is 442 metres tall.

Estimated calorie burn: 600 calories 

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