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You live in Shanghai? Well, I’m sure you’ve seen it. After all, it’s one of Shanghai’s most iconic buildings. And no, it isn’t the Oriental Pearl, SWFC or Shanghai Tower; it’s the China Art Museum. Have you been? I have!
Awesome, awesome, awesome! Yes, I finally had the chance to explore the observation deck of Shanghai Tower, the tallest skyscraper in China and 2nd tallest building in the world after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai!
Why Guangzhou’s Canton Tower Observation Deck is One of the Best Across China That You Need to Visit ASAP
Oh boy, the top of Guangzhou’s Canton Tower is one of the best observation decks I’ve ever visited, period! It was absolutely insane, and if you can bare towering heights, here’s exactly why you should go.
Why You Should Make a Huangpu River Cruise One of the First Activities to Do After Arriving in Shanghai!
Incredible! My first ride on a Shanghai Huangpu River cruise absolutely blew my breath away, so much so that I had to do it twice!
Inside the Observation Deck of One of China’s Most Iconic Landmarks: Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower
Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower just might be the coolest looking tower in the world. Standing at a height of 467.9-meters, ‘Pearl Tower’ is located in the heart of Shanghai’s Lujiazui District, a bustling global financial powerhouse jam–packed with skyscrapers and luxurious high-rise apartments.
What Shanghai Looks Like From Atop of the Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) Observation Deck in Lujiazui. You Know, the Bottle Opener Building.
You ever been up to the bottle opener building in Shanghai’s Lujiazui District; you know, to the observation deck of the Shanghai World Financial Center, the 9th tallest building in the world? You haven’t? Well, what are you waiting for!?
Jinmao Tower’s Observation Deck: Is Shanghai’s Original Iconic Skyscraper of Lujiazui Worth the Visit?
Jinmao Tower was the second to last stop on my list of skyscrapers to visit in Shanghai’s prominent Lujiazui District. At the time, Shanghai Tower hadn’t officially opened yet and having already made trips to the observation decks of Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower and Shanghai World Financial Center, or SWFC, I set my eyes on Jinmao Tower on one late evening in the city.
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