20. Mexico City, Mexico
Recognized as being an “alpha global city”, Mexico City is slowly gaining popularityamong investors and global companies. There are presently 78 skyscrapers within the city but the number is quickly increasing.
15. Busan, South Korea
Being the second biggest city after Seoul, Busan Metropolitan City is quite a busy place, especially when it comes to measuring its activity based on seaports. As the largest port city of the south, it has been recorded to be the fifth busiest in the world, even ranking fifth based on cargo tonnage. With many cargo companies that come and go, it also became a place that is great for logistics, finance, banking, and business processes. It has 88 skyscrapers that outline the incredible skyline of the city, especially at night.
10. Seoul, South Korea
Capital of South Korea and known to be the center of Korean Pop and teledramas, Seoul is an overcrowded city that has a population of over 10 million. In spite of the overcrowding, the city was well planned and is home to 120 skyscrapers, some of the more famous one being Three IFC, Tower Palace, and Mok-dong Hyperion.
5. Dubai, Saudi Arabia
No doubt, with the Burj Khalifa standing in the midst of over 240 other skyscrapers in the city of Dubai, UAE has one of the most attractive skylines that you could ever imagine. Diversified in its market focus, companies both from near and far come to take opportunity of expanding their businesses that could target international markets.