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One of the tallest buildings in the world, its worth to visit for sweeping views of Shanghai. See the pics I have posted to get an idea.
For the brave, there is also a skywalk.
The entire viewing zone is well designed with many photo...More
Like many other buildings in Shanghai this place is an architectural masterpiece. It is flanked by two other similarly impressive towers that appear to twist as they rise up into the sky. The lift is very fast rising to the 81st floor in no time....More
I feel that Shanghai is a city of contrast. Two widely different poles intersecting in a chaotic way. Old meets new. Modern meets old school. Refined meets raw. Cross over the Huangpu and here I am in the middle of Lujiazui, an epitome of modern...More
The JinMao Tower is the most attractive of the 3 towers. Once you get to the 88th floor there is a lot of interesting information presented outlining the distinctive features of the building and about what each of the features represents. The view is interesting...More
This was definitely the tower to go up in on the 88th floor so you can see the 'bottle opener' (Shanghai World Financial Center), Oriental Pearl Tower, the Bund, and the Huangpu River. The smog/pollution was so bad; everything is in a haze. You can...More
Try to take the trip up on a clear day for the best photos. Stop at the gift shop for unique crafts to take home.
Once down, why not enjoy a fresh fruit or veggie smoothie in the little shop at the entrance to the...More
This tower was a pleasant experience on a clear day. It afforded a close up view of the soon (2016?) to be opened Shanghai Tower, the Shanghai WFC bottle opener and a great perspective on the city generally. At 120 RMB each, it's not cheap...More
Enjoy the visual delights of the fabulous city of Shanghai from the 88th floor of this beautiful building. The high speed elevators are truly remarkable with their smooth ride to the viewing level.
The building is open to visitors both day and night. If time...More
We went to the Jinmao Observatory instead of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower because it was part of the Big Bus Tours package. The cost is 120 yuan and the observation deck is on 88th floor. However, that day was slightly cloudy so we couldn't...More
This is the ugliest tower in Pudong, so definitely the best one to go up so you can look at the prettier ones! The smog was clear when we went up during the evening to see the lights all around. The view down into the...More