Shanghai Tower designed by Gensler is the tallest building in China
Tai Chi on The Bund, a delightful Shanghai pastime The best fun views in Shanghai are from the soaring 632m Shanghai Tower The storied Bund catches the morning rays
Highest Shanghai skyscrapers, tai chi, tea and shopping

Shanghai fun HE neon city that never ever sleeps, Shanghai shimmers enticingly over the Huangpu River that neatly separates it in two - the historic Bund, groaning with nostalgic memorabilia and magnificent grey-stone neo-classical buildings, and modern, high-rise Pudong. It is a unique blend of family fun, quaint tea houses, boutiques, designer brand shopping, selfie surprise at every corner. Admiral Zheng He’s fleet sailed past here in search of spice in 1405 and made startling discoveries before a host of notable Western explorers. It is something the world is still learning about.

The Shanghai Tower has the fastest elevator in China to reach the viewing deck

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Shanghai Disney Resort - China's first, with new thrill rides and fast rollercoasters

This seafaring prowess placed Shanghai firmly on the maritime silk road, and gave it its quintessential vigour. It has stayed a world leader, every innovation watched with envy and awe as it rose to pierce the sky with iconic buildings like the Jinmao Tower, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the 'bottle opener' Shanghai World Financial Center tower and the more recent 632m Shanghai Tower - a city within a city, the tallest building in China - with glitzy shops, luxe hotel rooms, offices, conference facilities, and a viewing gallery on the 119th floor. In June 2016, Shanghai Disney Resort - China's first - launched its child-friendly speed thrills like TRON, the fastest Disney ride yet. Next

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