(Last Updated On: March 20, 2015)

Taking the world by storm is the “skywalking” trend that has enticed groups of young folk to illegally scale the highest skyscrapers of the world to capture the most jaw-dropping shots from the rarest vantage points that are bound to get your heart racing and send a chill down your spine.

Tallest Building in China: The Shanghai Tower

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Spots Around Hong Kong:

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The Tallest Building in the UK, The Shard

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Europe’s Tallest Building: Mercury City Tower, Russia

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This article originally appeared at distractify.