The over populous and busy city of Shanghai by the day turns into a glowing princess by night. As the sun goes down, you can start observing the changes in the magnificent skyline of Shanghai. Treat your eyes with the magnificent view of the Shanghai skyscrapers bursting with neon lights brightening up the night sky with its electric glow.
1. Shanghai Tower
This 128-story mega tall skyscraper is the world’s 2nd tallest building and tallest in China. Imagine the view of the spectacular view of the entire city from its sightseeing deck located on the 118th floor.
2. Shanghai International Finance Center
An architectural diamond as the corners is given a cut in such a way that the tower looks like a raw diamond. This 53 stories high tower is the best place to go shopping, watch a movie over the weekend or get breathtaking view of Puxi or close-up look of the Pearl Tower.
3. Jin Mao Tower
This 88 stories high tower is symbolically built to appear like a growing bamboo. Do visit its 1,500 sq meter observation deck to get a 360 degree bird’s eye view of Shanghai.
4. Shanghai World Financial Center
Appearing like a giant bottle opener, this 101 stories high tower is one of the tallest structures in mainland China. Get a grand view of the city from the towers top floors occupied by Park Hyatt’s Shanghai Lounge and Music Bar.
5. Shanghai Wheelock Square
This 62 stories high building is one of the tallest towers on the Huangpu River. It has a very sleek exterior look and gives an awesome look of the west bank of the Huangpu River.
6. Tomorrow Square
This is a 55 stories tower that consists of apartments, offices, hotels, and restaurants. It appears like a diagonal square at the top place on a square base. It gives a unique look of the Huangpu District from the top.
7. One Lujiazui
57 stories high, One Lujiazui is the 10th tallest building in Shanghai.
There are many offices in the tower along with residential space. Just imagine living in this skyscraper and getting to view these magnificent skyline of Shanghai every day.
8. Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower
This was the tallest structure in China before it was dwarfed by the Shanghai World Financial Center. It stands tall at an height of 1,535 feet, and is a distinct landmark in the Pudong New Area.
Stroll along the river and tilt your head a bit towards the sky.
You will love the view of the sky-touching these towering metallic giants. The view from these skyscrapers is not just exciting but visually mesmerizing too.