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A very good spot for those who like skyscrapers. The view was not the best because of the particles but the sensation of height is real and impressive especially at the highest floor (top of the bottle opener) when you walk on a glass floor...More
There are two observation decks in this tower - one on the 94th floor and one on the 100th floor. While the view from both is similar I would recommend the higher one. The only draw back as I found out was that some of...More
Even though I was here later in the late afternoon to early evening when a bit of the typhoon was hitting Shanghai, I still enjoyed my visit. Its not hard to miss and I definitely encourage everyone to experience this. It offers great views of...More
When we went there once it was foggy. You see hardly the top of the nearby buildings. It was a waste of time and we left again. But after coming back on a clear and low air pollution day - check some of the aqi websites...More
there is a fee to get up to the top, but its worth it for the view. Check the weather before you go though because on a cloudy or smoggy day its not so good, but on a clear day its ridiculously amazing how far...More
For the best view of the world’s greatest city, Shanghai, go to “The Shanghai Eye.”
It sits atop the Shanghai World Financial Center, a colossally tall skyscraper on the Pudong side of Shanghai.
There are great views of the Shanghai skyline from a variety of...More
Yes, this is the second tallest building in the world, and the ultra fast elevator is no joke. We thought that the elevator in the Hong Kong's ICC was awesome. This one is just as great if not better. It goes up at 8 meters...More