10 Largest & Widest Buildings in the World | HugeXXL


HugeXXL – Each building has a dimension of space, area and height. If judged by its height, the tallest building in the world is held by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. While in Indonesia the largest building still belongs to […]


HugeXXL – Each building has a dimension of space, area and height. If judged by its height, the tallest building in the world is held by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. While in Indonesia the largest building still belongs to Gama Tower before the end of 2019 will be shifted if Thamrin Nine Tower. Then what about the largest building in the world?

In fact, in addition to being measured from its height, the building can also be measured by its size. The size of this building can be assessed from the floor area. That is, on the outside such as parking lots and garden areas are not counted. With such a calculation, here’s a list of the ten largest buildings in the world:


  1. New Century Global Center, Cina

New Century Global Center occupies the first position as the largest building in the world. The building, which is located in China, has a total building area of 1,760,000 square meters. In addition to having such a large floor area, this building is also designed with very slick.

Until now, the building which was built in 2010 and completed three years later is used as an office space, conference room, a university complex, a commercial center, a hotel, a cinema and retail. Around the location of the building there is a stunning water park and pond.


  1. Dubai International Airport Terminal 3, United Arab Emirates

Dubai is famous for its luxurious culture, this is also reflected in the buildings there. In addition to many skyscrapers, mewan hotels, the world’s second largest building also exists in Dubai. This building is even the first place you enter when visiting Dubai.

Dubai Airport, Dubai International airport terminal 3 has an area of 1,713,000 square meters which was established in 2008. Airport facilities are equipped with business class lounges, restaurants, check-in centers, vehicle parking, and other complete facilities.


  1. Abraj Al-Bait Endowment, Saudi Arabia

Abraj Al Bait Endowment is a building erected on the ruins of the Ajyad fort, located in Saudi Arabia. Many Muslims make the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages every year. So in the 18th century Abraj Al Bait Endowment was built with the aim of protecting the visitors of Mecca from robbers and rebels.

This complex building was built in the style of architecture Postmodernism. The total building area reaches 1,575,815 square meters. The main facilities of the building are designated as worship centers. Surrounded by several hotels, restaurants, trading centers, zam zam wells and several other interesting places.


  1. Central World, Thailand

The biggest shopping center in Thailand, Central World is also the largest building in the next world. This building has an area of 1,024,000 square meters. The location is right in the heart of Bangkok. So large and large, this building has been named as the 4th largest mall in the world.

Existing facilities in it such as shops, restaurants, apartments, offices, cinema and much more. The physical appearance of the building is magnificent, beautiful and of course makes many visitors comfortable to linger in this place. If you visit Thailand, make time to stop by shopping or just take pictures at Central World.


  1. Aalsmeer Flower Auction, Netherlands

The center for the sale of ornamental plants and flowers, located in 1431 GB Aalsmeer, the Netherlands. It is the first auction site for plants in the world with the most complete variety of flower types. The building area reaches 990,000 square meters.

Building facilities include plant storage, offices, parking, parks and others. Cleanliness is also tidiness of the location so awake, so the products produced remain good quality and fresh.


  1. Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3, China

It is the busiest and widest airport in the world, where there are many airlines operating every day. The airport, located in Beijing City, has a building area of 986,000 square meters.

The airport was established on March 2, 1958, underwent several developments until finally the physical building underwent a very large change as it is today.


  1. The Venetian Macao, Macau

Venetian Macau is famous as the largest casino and gambling center in the Republic of China. Precisely located in the city of Macau with an area of 980,000 square meters. Very luxurious and equipped with various expensive facilities such as bars, restaurants, hotels, and many others. For some conglomerates this place is a destination for entertainment as well as a phenomenal top class game in China.


  1. Sands Cotai Central, Macau

Unlike the Venetian Macoa, Sands Cotai Central has a building area of up to 890,000 square meters. Still related to the world of casinos and gambling, this place is the largest entertainment center with world-class luxury facilities. There are restaurants, hotels, meeting places, entertainment and so on that are quite classy.


  1. Berjaya Times Square, Malaysia

It is a building with twin towers which covers 700,000 square meters. A building with facilities such as hotels, condominiums, cinemas, indoor amusement parks and shopping center complexes. The location is at 1 Jalan Imbi Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the building which was completed in 2003 is very complete and even becomes the largest shopping center in Malaysia.


  1. Central Park Jakarta, Indonesia

In Indonesia it also has the largest building in the world which occupies the top ten positions, namely Central Park Jakarta. Building area reaches 660,000 square meters. Inside this building there are various facilities such as apartments, resorts, shopping centers, office spaces, entertainment venues and so on. The building in the center of West Jakarta was built in 2009 by the developer Agung Podomoro Group.

That is the rank of the largest building in the world until the end of 2018 yesterday. Changes in the list of the largest buildings in the world are unlikely to be as fast as the changes to the tallest buildings in the world. This is because building large buildings requires large areas. In addition there are also strict restrictions on using large areas in the world.