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Shanghai Tower
501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Luijazui, Pudong Shanghai 200120
Nestled amid the striking skyscrapers of Lujiazui Financial District, WeWork’s coworking space on Yincheng Middle Road offers a prime location and all-inclusive amenities to help your business thrive. This Shanghai Tower location features inviting common areas, private offices, and all-inclusive amenities. Whether your team is a creative agency, a lean startup or an established corporation, discover networking and collaboration opportunities in our diverse coworking community. Plus, convenient access to Metro Line 2 at Lujiazui Station makes commuting a breeze. Ready to elevate your workday? Book a tour today.
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Stephen Lammens
2 weeks ago
Unforgettable experience! Even though this is the second highest building of the world, and I have been to the world’s highest in Dubai, the Shanghai Tower is so different. The views are mindblowing! Just next to you you have the Pearl tower, the ‘bottle opener’ which seem rather small when you are in the Shanghai Tower. The elevator is also considered as world’s fastest and you are just being catapulted to the top. The price is definitely worth it! Funny experience, they take a picture of you with a background at the ground floor saying you will get a free picture upstairs. The picture you get for free is just without a background, quite silly. With the background you need to buy at a high price.
Tanzeel Merchant
a month ago
Amazing fear of architecture. The observation desk is 119 storeys up. This building is an incredible architectural marvel. The observation deck at the top of the tower is served by three ultra-high speed shuttle elevators made by Mitsubishi Electric which travel at 18 metres per second (40 mph), the highest speed yet employed for commercial building use.
Hila Konforty
a month ago
Gorgeous observatory- the highest in the world (for now). Stunning views- worth the quite expensive ticket. I suggest coming close to sunset-and watch all the buildings around you light up. It is pretty special. I loved it more than the One World observatory in NYC
Spyridon Kakouris
3 weeks ago
Totally worth your time if you are into great view from above. It's the second tallest building in the world after all (at the time of visiting). There's a shop with merchandise (a few of which unique to it) plus some more experiences (that cost extra).
Ashok Paudel
a month ago
I was in Shanghai for a week and it was an amazing experience to travel to the top of the second tallest building in the world and have an amazing view of the Shanghai Skyline. I somehow cannot upload the photos from inside the tower, so uploading one taken from the skywalk after getting down at Lujiazui Station on Metro line 2. The entry fee was Euro 25 and you can easily spend over 2 hours looking at the various exhibitions and the view from up top. Try and go there at dusk so that you enjoy both natural light view and the amazing view of night lights. I am also attaching a view of the Bund taken from our apartment.
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