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Jin Mao Tower (People's Republic of China)

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Jin Mao Tower , {CATEGORY}

Built in 1998 as a Sino-American joint venture, this 421m-high (1,381 ft). second-tallest building in China (to its neighbor the Shanghai World Financial Center) is simply sublime. Blending traditional Chinese and modern Western tower designs, the building, which boasts 88 floors (8 being an auspicious Chinese number), consists of 13 distinct tapering segments, with high-tech steel bands binding the glass like an exoskeleton. Offices occupy the first 50 floors, the Grand Hyatt hotel the 51st to the 88th floors, while a public observation deck on the 88th floor ("The Skywalk") offers views to rival those of the nearby Oriental Pearl TV Tower (its admission charge is also lower). High-speed elevators (9m/30 ft. per sec). whisk visitors from Level B1 to the top in less than 45 seconds. The view from there is almost too high, but exquisite on a clear day. You can also look down at the 152m-high (9-ft.-high) atrium of the Grand Hyatt. Enter the building through entrance 4.

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Address: 88? Century Avenue, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai

City: Shanghai

Country: China

Phone 1: 021 5047-5101

Opening hours: Daily 8:30am-9:30pm (last ticket sold 9pm)

Entrance fee: Admission ¥70 ($10/£5), ¥60 ($8.55/£4.30) seniors over 70

Access by subway: Metro Lujiazui

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Jin Mao Tower , {CATEGORY}

Built in 1998 as a Sino-American joint venture, this 421m-high (1,381 ft). second-tallest building in China (to its neighbor the Shanghai World Financial Center) is simply sublime. Blending traditional Chinese and modern Western tower designs, the building, which boasts 88 floors (8 being an auspicious Chinese number), consists of 13 distinct tapering segments, with high-tech steel bands binding the glass like an exoskeleton. Offices occupy the first 50 floors, the Grand Hyatt hotel the 51st to the 88th floors, while a public observation deck on the 88th floor ("The Skywalk") offers views to rival those of the nearby Oriental Pearl TV Tower (its admission charge is also lower). High-speed elevators (9m/30 ft. per sec). whisk visitors from Level B1 to the top in less than 45 seconds. The view from there is almost too high, but exquisite on a clear day. You can also look down at the 152m-high (9-ft.-high) atrium of the Grand Hyatt. Enter the building through entrance 4.

Jin Mao Tower , {CATEGORY}

Built in 1998 as a Sino-American joint venture, this 421m-high (1,381 ft). second-tallest building in China (to its neighbor the Shanghai World Financial Center) is simply sublime. Blending traditional Chinese and modern Western tower designs, the building, which boasts 88 floors (8 being an auspicious Chinese number), consists of 13 distinct tapering segments, with high-tech steel bands binding the glass like an exoskeleton. Offices occupy the first 50 floors, the Grand Hyatt hotel the 51st to the 88th floors, while a public observation deck on the 88th floor ("The Skywalk") offers views to rival those of the nearby Oriental Pearl TV Tower (its admission charge is also lower). High-speed elevators (9m/30 ft. per sec). whisk visitors from Level B1 to the top in less than 45 seconds. The view from there is almost too high, but exquisite on a clear day. You can also look down at the 152m-high (9-ft.-high) atrium of the Grand Hyatt. Enter the building through entrance 4.

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