More famously known as the Pixel or Tetris building, the MahaNakhon has been a head-turner since its grand opening in August 2016. Like its nickname suggests, the skyscraper’s most unique attribute is the winding, 3D pixel design that loops around the tower. Coming in at 314-meters tall, it is officially the tallest building in Thailand and covers about 3.6 acres of land in the business district of the capital. The word MahaNakhon comes from the official name of Bangkok, and it means “great metropolis”. The construction of the tower was certainly not a budget-friendly task, and it is estimated the total cost of construction was ฿22 billion, which is about $650 million.