List of tallest buildings in Southeast Asia

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This is a list of tallest skyscrapers and supertalls in Southeast Asia with a height of at least 100m. They are ranked by structural height.

Tallest buildings[edit]

Rank Building Image City Country Height (m) Floors Completed
1 Merdeka 118 Merdeka 118 20220903.jpg Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 678.9 m 118 2022
2 Landmark 81 LM81 NhonHuynh 5-8-2018.jpg Ho Chi Minh City  Vietnam 461.2 m 81 2018
3 Petronas Tower 1 The Twins SE Asia 2019 (49171985716) (cropped) 2.jpg Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 451.9 m 88 1998
Petronas Tower 2
5 The Exchange 106 The Exchange 106 20220607 (2).jpg 445.5 m 95 2019
6 Autograph Tower Autograph Tower, Jakarta, ID – July 2022.png Jakarta  Indonesia 382.5 m 75 2022
7 Four Seasons Place Kuala Lumpur The Twins SE Asia 2019 (49171985716) (cropped).jpg Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 342.5 m 74 2018
8 Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower LANDMARK72.jpg Hanoi  Vietnam 336 m 72 2011
9 Metrobank Center Grand Hyatt Manila (Federal Land Tower) (BGC, Taguig)(2018-06-04).jpg Taguig  Philippines 318 m 66 2017
Magnolias Waterfront Residences Iconsiam 2019 ไอคอนสยาม.jpg Bangkok  Thailand 318 m 70 2018
11 King Power MahaNakhon Bangkok - King Power Mahanakhon คิง เพาเวอร์ มหานคร 2021 May.jpg Bangkok  Thailand 314 m 78 2016
12 Telekom Tower Kuala Lumpur. Telekom Tower. 2019-12-08 12-02-33.jpg Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 310 m 55 2001
13 Four Seasons Private Residences Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok Riverfront.jpg Bangkok  Thailand 309 m 73 2019
14 Baiyoke Tower II Bangkok Baiyoke Tower.jpg Bangkok  Thailand 304 m 88 1997
15 Guoco Tower Singapore - Guoco Tower IMG 9657 cropped.jpg Singapore  Singapore 290 m 68 2016
16 Gama Tower Menara Gama.jpg Jakarta  Indonesia 288 m 64 2015
17 One Raffles Place Tower 1 OUB Centre.JPG Singapore  Singapore 280 m 63 1986
United Overseas Bank Plaza One UOBnOUB.JPG Singapore  Singapore 280 m 67 1992
Republic Plaza Republic Plaza.jpg Singapore  Singapore 280 m 66 1998
21 The Astaka Tower A The Astaka Tower in Mar 2020.jpg Johor Bahru  Malaysia 279 m 72 2018
22 Ilham Tower Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 274 m 60 2015
23 The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok Iconsiam 2019 ไอคอนสยาม.jpg Bangkok  Thailand 272 m 52 2018
24 Petronas Tower 3 KL - Menara Carigali, KLCC.JPG Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 267 m 60 2012
Lotte Center Hanoi Lotte Center Hanoi 2.jpg Hanoi  Vietnam 267 m 65 2014
26 Star Residences & Boulevard I Star residence 1-3.jpg Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 265 m 58 2019
Star Residences & Boulevard II Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 265 m 58 2019
28 Bitexco Financial Tower Bitexco Financial Tower, Ciudad Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, 2013-08-14, DD 05.JPG Ho Chi Minh City  Vietnam 263 m 68 2010
29 Wisma 46 Wisma 46.jpg Jakarta  Indonesia 262 m 51 1996
31 PBCom Tower July 9, 2005 - PBCom Tower.jpg Makati  Philippines 259 m 55 2000
32 The Astaka Tower B The Astaka Tower in Mar 2020.jpg Johor Bahru  Malaysia 256 m 67 2018
33 KOMTAR KOMTAR 2022.jpg George Town  Malaysia 249 m 68 1986
34 Menara Maybank KL - Menara Maybank (2014) (4to3).JPG Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 244 m 50 1987
35 Menara Tabung Haji KL- Lembaga Tabung Haji HQ.JPG Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 151.83 m 38 1984

Buildings proposed or under construction[edit]

Building City Country Height (m) Floors Estimated Completed Note Ref
Tower M Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 700 m 145 - Would be one of the top three tallest building in the world upon completion, formerly KLCC East Gate Tower [1]
Merdeka 118 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 678.9 m 118 2022 Would be the second tallest building in the world, tallest building in Southeast Asia, and tallest building in Malaysia before Tradewinds Square finished construction [2]
Signature Tower Jakarta Jakarta  Indonesia 638 m 114 2025 Would be the tallest building in Indonesia
Tradewinds Square Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 608 m 110 2025 Would be the third tallest building in Malaysia [3]
Bandar Malaysia Landmark Tower Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 600 m+ 150 -
Malaya 115 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 598.5 m 115 - Would be the second tallest building in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, and the sixth tallest in the world, surpassing the Lotte World Tower in South Korea.
Phnom Penh Twin World Trade Center 1 Phnom Penh  Cambodia 561.7 m 133 2025 Would be the tallest building in Cambodia and the tallest twin towers in the world [4]
Phnom Penh Twin World Trade Center 2 Phnom Penh  Cambodia 561.7 m 133 2025
Bandar Malaysia Iconic Tower Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 500 m+ 100 -
Sihanoukville Financial Tower Sihanoukville  Cambodia 494 m 106 2024
MGN Tower Phnom Penh  Cambodia 485 m 85 2025
1 Financial Trade Tower Malacca  Malaysia 436 m 110 -
OH4H One Bangkok Tower 1 Bangkok  Thailand 436 m 92 2025
KL Vertical City Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 418 m 74 - Currently on hold
Pollux Habibie Financial Center & International Hotel Batam Indonesia Indonesia 400 m 100 2024
Naza Signature Tower Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 400 m+ 100 - [5]
Bukit Bintang City Centre Signature Tower Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 385 m+ 88 - [6]
Jewel I-City Shah Alam  Malaysia 381 m 79 2025
Fairmont Kuala Lumpur Tower 1 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 370 m 78 -
Coronation Square Tower 1 Johor Bahru  Malaysia 370 m 78 2025
VietinBank Business Center Office Tower Hanoi  Vietnam 365 m 68 2023
KL PWTC Tower Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 351 m 70 -
Icon Tower 1 Jakarta  Indonesia 350 m 75 -
Oxley Tower 1 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 339 m 84 2022
IBN Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 330 m 68 2023
Yutai Twin Tower 1 Phnom Penh  Cambodia 327.6 m 72 2024
M101 Skywheel Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 317 m 79 - Currently on hold
Asia Africa Tower Bandung  Indonesia 316 m 48 - 48 floors + spire
The Stratford Residences Manila  Philippines 312 m 73 2022 Delayed as of September 2017
Kuala Lumpur Kempiski Hotel Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 309 m 72 2022
Indonesia-1 Tower Jakarta  Indonesia 303 m 59 2024 Would be the tallest twin towers in Indonesia
Dayabumi Tower Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 290.5 m 60 - [7]
Yutai Twin Tower 2 Phnom Penh  Cambodia 285.6 m 68 2024
DDT Sky Tower Quezon City  Philippines 280 m 62 2023
Fairmont Kuala Lumpur Tower 2 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 278 m 59 -
The Estate Makati Makati  Philippines 277 m 54 2023
Darulaman Tower Alor Setar  Malaysia 247 m 50 - Would be the sixthteen tallest building in Malaysia if Malaya 115 was built, also the tallest building in Alor Setar and Kedah and the second tallest structure in the northern region of Peninsular Malaysia and surpassing Alor Setar Tower and only behind KOMTAR.

Timeline of tallest buildings in Southeast Asia[edit]

Name Country City Years as tallest Height (m) Floors Reference(s)
Cathay Building  Colony of Singapore
 Singapore
Singapore 1940-1954 84 11
Asia Insurance Building  Malaysia
 Singapore
Singapore 1954–1969 87 20 [8]
Wisma Nusantara  Indonesia Jakarta 1969–1971 117 30
The Mandarin Singapore Tower 1  Singapore Singapore 1971–1973 144 36
The Mandarin Singapore Tower 2  Singapore Singapore 1973–1975 152 40
DBS Building Tower 1  Singapore Singapore 1975–1985 201 50
Komtar  Malaysia George Town 1985–1986 232 65
One Raffles Place 1  Singapore Singapore 1986–1997 280 63
Baiyoke Tower II  Thailand Bangkok 1997–1998 304 88
Petronas Twin Towers  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 1998–2018 451.9 88
Landmark 81  Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City 2018–2020 461.2 81
Merdeka 118  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 2020-present 678.9 118

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tower M - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2021-10-05.
  2. ^ "Merdeka PNB118 - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2021-10-05.
  3. ^ "Tradewinds Square Tower A - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2021-10-05.
  4. ^ "Thai Boon Roong Twin Tower World Trade Center 1 - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2021-01-21.
  5. ^ "KL Metropolis Landmark Tower - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2021-09-09.
  6. ^ "Bukit Bintang City Centre Signature Tower - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2021-09-12.
  7. ^ "Dayabumi - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2021-09-09.
  8. ^ "Asia Insurance Building". National Library of Singapore. Archived from the original on 4 July 2007. Retrieved 19 July 2010.