Guangzhou Tower (English: Canton Tower), also known as Guangzhou New TV Tower, nicknamed the small waist, called the twisted wood or syringe, located in the ground near the Chigang Tower in Yizhou, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, with an elevation of 600 meters, from the south bank of the Pearl River. 125 meters, facing Haixinsha Island and Zhujiang New Town across the river. It is a radio tower with sightseeing, tourism, radio and television broadcasting, cultural entertainment and urban window functions. It provides broadcasting services for the 16th Asian Games held in Guangzhou in 2010.
The Guangzhou Tower was constructed by Shanghai Construction Engineering Group and completed in September 2009. It was officially opened to the public on October 1, 2010. After the completion of the Guangzhou Tower, the overall height reached 610 meters (after cutting the antenna 10 meters), including 454 meters of tower body and 146 meters of antenna mast, which became the new landmark of Guangzhou. However, this height was surpassed on March 1, 2012 by the world’s tallest tower in the Tokyo Skytree (634 meters). In addition, Guangzhou Tower is 228 meters shorter than the Burj Khalifa (828 meters), the world’s tallest building in 2010.
The entire tower has the following functional areas:
450m tower top platform, tower top sightseeing ball cabin, tower top downhill seat, laser light.
Look at the Pearl River from the top of the tower
G–functional section (450m): The laser light locks different colors every day. The public only needs to look at the spire to know that today is the day of the week.
F–functional section (428 meters to 433.2 meters): mainly for indoor sightseeing halls.
E–function section (407.2 meters to 422.8 meters): Rotate the restaurant.
D–functional section (334m to 355m): mainly high altitude tea room.
C–functional section (147m to 168m): mainly for tourist viewing area and leisure area.
B–functional section (84m to 116m): special effects film and high-tech amusement hall.
A–functional section (-5m to 32m): mainly for tourist halls, ceremonial halls, tourist malls, multi-purpose halls and parking lots.
The longest skywalking ladder: The Spider-Man Plank Road is located between 168m and 334.4m. The 1088-level ladder spirals upwards around the core of the tower and is about 1000m long. It is the longest skywalk in the world;
The highest revolving restaurant: the 424-meter-high restaurant seats up to 400 people.
The highest 4D theater;
The highest open-air observation deck: 450 meters high, 54 meters x 40 meters, half of the football field;
The highest horizontal Ferris wheel: On the outside of the 450-meter open-air viewing platform, a horizontal Ferris wheel is added to take a panoramic view of Guangzhou from the Ferris wheel.