Located in the Pudong new area in Shanghai lujiazui finance &trade zone in prime locations with the famous bund scenic spot on the other side of the Bund, the Jinmao Tower is a famous AAAA level attraction in China and also a landmark building in Shanghai with its total 88 floors.
The 88-stories Jin Mao Tower, whose height is 340.1 meters and area is 1,520 square meters, is the highest and biggest tourist hall in China mainland and it has been recorded into the Shanghai great world Guinness record. The sightseeing hall is decorated luxury, which completely adopted import natural marbles whose wall thickness of the stone is only 3 mm. You can have a broad and distant view from the glasses wall screen to enjoy a birds’ eyes view of the urban scenery on both sides of the Huangpu River and the grandeur of the Yangtze estuary. From there, you can also overlook the atrium of the Jinmao Hyatt Hotel which is called the spatio-temporal tunnel by the architects. Besides, you can enjoy the wonderful sunrise and sunset, and take a friendly handshake with the white rapidly changing cloud in blue sky. Those two express lifts whose moving speed at 9.1 meters/second called “The Clumsy” take you to the 88-stories sightseeing hall with only 45 seconds from the underground 1st floor, which will shock you really!
Being the combination of modern office building, luxury five-star hotel, business conference, high-end banquet, sightseeing, entertainment and market, the 88-stories Jin Mao Tower is an intelligent skyscraper that integrates profound and rich cultural connotation of the Chinese nations and also adopts western architectural art. It has become the most convenient, flexible and comfortable place in Shanghai today for security office, finance, commerce, entertainment and catering.
Travel information: 1) Ticket price: 120 Yuan/adult; 2) Opening time: 8:30 a.m. -22:00 p.m. 3) Best time to visit: all the year round; 4) Duration: 2 hours; 5) How to go there: Take the city public lines: No. 81, 82, 85, 795, 996, 971, 774, 961, 583, 798, 799, 870, 971 and 992 to the Lujiazui stop.