Jin Mao Tower is China's third tallest skyscraper, standing just beside Oriental Pearl TV Tower in the middle of Lujiazui Finance and Trade Districts in Pudong

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Shanghai Urban Tour: Jin Mao Tower and Bund Tunnel

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   5 hour

$143

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This tour offers the most spectacular city views from walking along the bund, riding the Bund Sights...

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One Day Leisure Tour In Shanghai Including Jade Buddha Temple and Jinmao Tower

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   8 hours

$61

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Inclusive Shanghai Day Tour Including Jinmao Tower and Night Cruise

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    12 hours

$85

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Shanghai By Night: Huangpu River Cruise, Jin Mao Tower Observation Deck and The Bund

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$65

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Shanghai Urban Engineering Tour: Jin Mao Tower and Bund Sightseeing Tunnel

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 4 hours

$98

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Shanghai by Night on the Huangpu River Cruise

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 4 hour

$65

This tour takes you on an evening trip of Shanghai, and shows its magnificent skyline from the Huang...

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Shanghai Jin Mao Tower Observation Desk Admission Ticket

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 1 to 13 hrs

$18

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Shanghai: Jin Mao Tower Viewing Platform Ticket

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    1 day

$18

Experience the city of Shanghai from a unique aerial perspective as you ascend to the 88th floor of ...

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Shanghai Bus Tour Hop-on Hop-off Premium Ticket

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 2 days

$30

...your provided map. Your 2-day pass includes a Huangpu River cruise and admission to the Jin Mao Tower observation deck.

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Essential Shanghai 3 Day Private Tour

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 3 Day(s) Duration

$271

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Take in the best sights of Shanghai, including the Bund, French Concession, Jinmao Tower and a cruise on the Huangpu Riv...

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Modern Shanghai in A Day

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   8 hour

$164

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Experience Shanghai, which has been a center of commerce, finance and trade since the 19th century, by visiting the Sigh...

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Shanghai Yacht Experience on Huangpu River with Refreshments

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 60 minutes

$80

Enjoy a 60-minutes Yacht ride along the Huangpu river to see the amazing city lan...

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8 Hour Shanghai Self Guided Tour Included Luxury 7 Seat Car & a Professional Driver

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   8 hours

$200

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Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai

Jin Mao Tower is China's third tallest skyscraper, standing just beside Oriental Pearl TV Tower in the middle of Lujiazui Finance and Trade Districts in Pudong.

Jin Mao Tower is China's third tallest skyscraper, standing just beside Oriental Pearl TV Tower in the middle of Lujiazui Finance and Trade Districts in Pudong. The tower houses the Grand Hyatt Shanghai and features a 31-story atrium that starts in the jazz lounge on the 57th story and rises up like a space station.


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About Jin Mao Tower

 88号 世纪大道, 浦东新区, 上海市, China

 +86 21 5047 5101

 www.jinmao88.com

Jin Mao Tower and Nearby Sights on Map

Shanghai World Financial Centre Tower

Opened in 2008 and is Shanghai's tallest building

Shanghai Ocean Aquarium

This is an entertaining exhibition over two floors, including a system of glass tunnels that lets you get up close and personal with sharks

Oriental Pearl TV Tower

Built in 1994, it is the 3rd tallest tower in the world

Shanghai Tower

Shanghai Art Gallery

Large international gallery with a frequently changing program

Yunxiang Temple

Originally established in 505 AD, later destroyed, and reconstructed in 2000

Customs House

Featuring a highly visible clocktower nicknamed 'Big Ching'

The Bund

The Bund alongside Huangpu River once was the financial center of the Far East

Huangpu Park

At the northern tip of the Bund, was the legendary home of the 'No dogs or Chinese' sign — which in fact never existed, although Chinese not accompanied by foreigners were indeed banned until 1928

Yuyuan Garden

A traditional Chinese Ming-style private garden, originally built in 1559 but ransacked and restored several times since then