10 awesome places that will make you touch the sky

If you've ever dreamed of touching the sky, from these wonderful places you can almost do it. Or you will feel like you are in it. It is not necessary to fly, just take the trip and get carried away by the imagination. Ready to brush the sky with your fingers?

1. Burj Khalifa, Dubai, Singapore

Burj Khalifa - Gilbert Sopakuwa / Flickr. com

Its height impresses, like almost everything in Dubai. With its 828 meters, this is the tallest skyscraper in the world. And, even if you don't have it, you can't help feeling dizzy from the viewpoint of its 124th floor. Despite this, you will enjoy a spectacular view.

2. Everest: touch the sky from the highest peak in the world

Mount Everest - bernyplanet / Flickr.com

Reaching its summit is an adventure and a luxury that only very prepared athletes have achieved. Imposing with its 8848 meters high, its top is the point closest to the sky where you can be without separating your feet from the ground.

3. Syngapore Flyer

Syngapore Flyer - matlacha / Flickr.com

It is the tallest ferris wheel in the world. How tall is it? No less than 165 meters. From its 28 glazed capsules you can contemplate fabulous views of the bay of Singapore and even of Malaysia and Indonesia, the neighboring countries. Touch, you will not touch the sky, but you can almost feel it.

4. Infinity Pool, Singapore

Marina Bay Sands - Silas Khua / Flickr.com

We continue in Singapore, to climb this time to the roof of one of its most unique buildings: the Marina Bay Sands. What is there? A wonderful pool that blends with the skyline of the city. It is more than 200 meters from the ground and, rather than touching the sky, you will really believe in it.

5. Monte Roraima, Venezuela

Monte Roraima - daniderio / Flickr.com

We named one in particular, but from any tepuy in Venezuela the experience will be unforgettable. What are the tepuyes? Very ancient rock formations of several hundreds of height that have plateaus in their upper part. From them You will see waterfalls fall and, when the clouds are below, you will really feel in the sky.

6. Empire State Building, New York, United States

Empire Sate Building - Maëlick / Flcikr.com

It is not the tallest skyscraper, nor the most modern, but it will also make you touch the sky. Why? Maybe because It is one of the most romantic buildings in the city, or of the most cinematographic. Or maybe because when you're in it it will make you dream. The Empire State Building is one of those places that everyone should visit once in a lifetime.

7. Roque de Los Muchachos, La Palma, Spain

Roque de los Muchachos - Xavier / Flickr.com

Near the sky and the stars. And is that This summit of the Canary Island of La Palma is one of the best places in the world to contemplate the sky. In fact, here is an astronomical observatory, but to admire the brightness of the stars you will only need to be in this place when it gets dark. Of course, warm up because you will be almost 2,500 meters high.

8. Trolltunga, Norway

Trolltunga - Maxine Power / Flickr.com

A rock tongue that rises hundreds of meters above a fjord. It is one of the most spectacular viewpoints in Norway. And yes, you will feel almost like you touch the sky at more than 700 meters high, but do not give up or stop looking at the ground (much less commit any imprudence), in this place it is easy to have an accident.

9. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia - Olga Kot Photo

You will not touch them, but you will step on the sky and clouds. At least you will believe so thanks to the optical effect that a thin layer of water creates in this salt flat, the largest in the world and the one with the highest height. A place as fascinating as almost unreal.

10. Bora Bora

Bora Bora - Jenny Pansing / Flickr.com

Do not, from the blue and transparent waters of this paradise you will not be able to touch the sky, but rather you will feel that you are in it. And it will cost you a lot to get down from the clouds if you are one of the lucky ones who can enjoy a few days in it. A true dream.

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