Taipei 101 Building is a landmark building in Taipei, even Taiwan. If you don't come to Taipei 101 Building, you are ashamed to say you have been to Taiwan. Building 101 is 509 meters high and the tallest building in Taipei. It can be seen everywhere in downtown Taipei. Apart from being the highest building in Taipei, it is actually the tallest building in Taiwan. Taipei 101 is the tallest building in the world (before 2010). The light of Taiwan deserves it. The world's fastest elevator: The indoor viewing platform from the 5th floor to the 89th floor takes only 37 seconds. The elevator climbs at 1010 meters per minute. It is the fastest elevator in the world and its length is the first in the world. The highest building in Taipei is 101 Building. Other city buildings are short. Standing on 101 and looking down, the whole city planning is not symmetrical, but very orderly and regular. The viewing platform has a small circle. Take a picture of the night scene and turn two circles to see it all. If you want to see it carefully, in the southeast and northwest corner of the viewing platform, there are two-dimensional codes for video commentary, so you can see the current orientation of city introductions in different language versions with a sweep. Taipei 101 building's three largest, its own height, elevator speed, the last is set between the 89-90 floor seismic damper ball. Taipei 101 is the world's first earthquake-proof damper exposed to the overall design of the building, weighing 660 tons, with a diameter of 5.5 meters. It is the only giant damper open to tourists around the world, and the largest damper in the world. Taiwan is located in the seismic zone, so the buildings are not high. Taipei 101, as a landmark, is so high. In order to cope with the shaking caused by high-altitude strong winds and typhoons, it relies entirely on shock-proof damper balls, which use swing to slow down the shaking of buildings.