Fantastic view from the observation deck. We went at night and it was spectacular. Don't forget the camera.
2nd highest building after the Shanghai Financial tower, it's was absolutely stunting! You can take bus tour by paying rmb100 to travel around of this pudong city. They will drop u at the Shanghai Pearl Oriental for u to go up lift snap some photos. Of course u need to pay for tickets but if no going up, jus stay... More
I only did the quick tourist ascent to the viewing deck. The views were spectacular as the skies were clear and blue. Spent about 20 to 30 minutes on the viewing floor and then headed to my next destination. It was well worth the time spent.
Jingmao Tower is a twofold site seeing spot: When you stand in front of it whit its overwhelming height and architecture, especially at evening, and the nearby other crazy towers - the "Bottle Opener" and the New Shanghai Tower; and when you go up to have a look down to the Bund and Pudong. Here I have my secret tip:... More
We went to the hotel lobby to get a cheap view of the river and the bund. The coffee is extremely overpriced but a Guinness for 60 felt ok. Cozy atmosphere and good view.
We were lucky enough to have incredibly clear skies during our stay. The view was extensive, but the most amazing thing was to watch the guys working on the construction of the building next door, more than 90 stories up! Have to say I really hate heights, but the very smooth, single lift to the top was OK. Looking down... More
We spend a week on the top of this beautiful tower in Hyatt hotel, which was pretty amazing! You can take for a free to the top restaurants in this tower, take 56th floor to the hotel reception, then to 88th floor by another elevator! Amazing!
At 120 yuan this is a bit exy but suppose you've gotta do it. Unfortunately the day we were there it was a bit smoggy so the view was okay but on one of those rare clear days I am sure it is pretty impressive. Luckily it was not too busy so we took our time. Now I've discovered you... More
Wait for a clear day to pay for the sixty second elevator ride to the 88th floor of the Jinmao Tower, the tallest building in China. At 1380 feet, it's the world's third tallest building as well as the home of the world's tallest hotel, the Grand Hyatt Shanghai. The view looking down into the hotel atrium could be a... More
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