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A great ride in the lift to the two of the tower was not claustrophobic. Once up there were many vantage points to get great pictures. To keep children (and adults) amused there were many car games. There is also a good view down the...More
This was good for the price of approx $60 AUD and could have been a great experience. The staff however are extremely rude. We were left sitting for 40mins after being kitted up with numerous groups of Chinese being prioritised, who had only just arrived....More
The view over the city is nice, even with constant (?) fog. The queue was not bad. The skywalk is affordable priced being around 40€ with the extra picture. The price includes one pic, but the second one the are selling you separately is obviously...More
Luckily we didn't have long to wait for the lift to go up to the 88th floor and then we could enjoy the panoramic views from the Observation floor. Unfortunately it was a smoggy day and the view was limited to just over the Huangpu...More
...at 350 m above ground. Highest outdoor skywalk at a building in the world. Very strickt safety checks. Bring your passport with you. Lockers are available for any valuables incl. smartphones, wallets, rings. Glasses can be kept, but will be tied with special belt. Even...More
We were in Shanghai for 3 days on a Crystal Cruise and took several tour-guided excursions. Three of them took us up to the observation deck of the Jin Mao Building in the heart of the Financial District. The panoramic views of Shanghai are fabulous...More
Took only a few minutes to be transported 88 floors
It's possible to do a 'skywalk' on the outside of the tower and a certificate and photograph are duly presented
Superb views across the city from all directions
This building was interesting. We go to the 118th floor at 30 feet per second. And they do these elevators right too. None of the jerky start and stop. The acceleration and deceleration are so smooth, there are only two reasons to know how high...More
The views were great. The Pearl Tower and the Shanghai's skyline highest building can be seen from here. I think it was a good chose and it wasn't too expensive, however , all lights were on inside, so the windows were full of reflexes.
At 88 stories, this building is still only the 3rd tallest in Shanghai. The tallest building in Shanghai (also the 2nd tallest in the world), is literally across the street, and another which ranks 4th in the world is also very close by. Access to...More
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When people speak of Shanghai’s futuristic skyline, it’s the financial district of Luiazui they are speaking of. Shanghai’s most iconic buildings are located in close proximity to Lujiazui’s elevated ring road and swanky eateries. Sky-high shopping and chic bars fill the highrises around the area. As is characteristic of a world-class financial business district, some of Shanghai’s best malls and hotels can
be found in the neighborhood. While everyone on the famous Bund side of the river gazes in awe at these amazing structures, all the buildings here, as well as Lujiazui’s riverside promenade, offer great views of the historic buildings all along the Puxi side. The Lujiazui park often hosts music festivals throughout the year, and park goers can party and stroll in the shadow of some of the world’s tallest buildings.