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We were at the Jinmao Tower bar on the 86th floor in the evening. It was a bit complicated until we reached the bar (had to take 3 different lifts - do not want to know what the evacuation looks like in case of an...More
We went to Jin Mao Tower in April 2017. I had read that you could walk up and have dinner there. However, we were wearing casual clothes (bummy jeans and t-shirts). When we got off the elevator at the fancy restaurant near the top, they...More
Visit the Tower Observation deck (88th Floor) for a panoramic view of Huangpu river and the Bund. We enjoy it.If you brave enough you can do the Skywalk outside for a fee. It is also the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Next time when i will be...More
A visit to the Jin Mao Tower was one of the inclusions on a five hour excursion from the cruise ship. We'd lived in Shanghai for a month a few years ago, so we chose the cheapest excursion in order to get the obligatory visa...More
The Jin Mao Tower is a 88 story containing a shopping mall ,offices and the Grand Hyatt Shanghai Hotel . It is sityated in the Lujiazui area . From the Observation deck you can look out on to Shanghai and also look down the inside...More
One feels the effects of g-forces blocking your ear as we ascend the 88 floors in a super-speed elevator...Once at the top, the views of the Bund, Pudong on one side, Puxi on the other are fantastic. However, the Shanghai tower is dwarfing the Jinmao...More
We had an option in our tour to go to the observation deck and we took it,I recommend it! The view was incredible, we went during the day, but imagine it of a night, it would be amazing. The smog wasn't bad when we went...More
Response from Alex-the-1-and-only | Reviewed this property |
Well, I was 60+ when I were on 88th floor of Jin Mao Tower. They might have changed policy.
Why not go to the Pearl Tower glass skywalk or to the new Shanghai Tower which I consider being much better than Jin Mao Tower.