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Shanghai Tower 118th Floor Observation Deck Tickets

501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Lu Jia Zui, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200128
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Experience the amazing 360-degree, unobstructed view of Shanghai from Shanghai Tower Observation Deck
Marvel at the breathtaking views of Shanghai from 632 meters above the ground
Get to know more about the design and architecture of Shanghai Tower at the multimedia exhibition hall
See two of China's tallest buildings, the Jinmao Tower and Shanghai World Financial Center from above

In Shanghai on vacation? You definitely should drop by the world's highest observation deck! The Shanghai Tower Observation Deck, named Top of Shanghai, is located inside the world's second highest skyscraper, the 632 meters tall Shanghai Tower. Ride up the high-speed elevator straight up to the 118th floor and step out to a breathtaking view of Shanghai's cityscape and skyline. A whopping 546 meters above ground, you can even see two of China's tallest buildings, the Jinmao Tower and Shanghai World Financial Center from above!

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About Shanghai Tower (Shanghai Zhongxin Dasha)

The Shanghai Tower stands as a 632-meter-tall (2,073 ft) skyscraper in Shanghai, China, boasting 128 stories and a striking glass facade. Notably, it holds the title of the tallest building in China and the third-tallest in the world by height to architectural top. This architectural marvel was completed in 2015 and opened to the public in 2016.

Located in the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone within Shanghai's Pudong New Area, the Shanghai Tower comprises nine cylindrical buildings stacked atop each other, with 127 floors above ground and five below. Spanning 578,000 square meters of construction space, it encompasses 410,000 square meters above ground and 168,000 square meters underground.

The Shanghai Tower offers numerous impressive features, including the world's highest observation deck, the world's fastest elevators, the world's highest hotel and restaurant, and the world's largest cement pour for its foundations. It holds LEED Platinum certification, showcasing its commitment to sustainability. 

Within its confines, visitors can explore Class A office space, entertainment venues, retail outlets, a conference center, a luxury hotel, and cultural amenity spaces. Operating hours are from 8:30 AM to 10 PM, with tickets available for purchase on the first floor, priced at SGD 180 for adults, SGD 90 for children, and SGD 120 for students and seniors.

Shanghai Tower Opening Hours

The Shanghai Tower is open from 8:30 AM–10 PM, with the last admission at 9:30 PM. Tickets can be purchased online and are only valid for the selected date. Visitors can enter the tower two hours after booking confirmation.

Entry fee to observation deck: 180 RMB (approximately 36 SGD).

Things To Do at Shanghai Tower

1. Indoor Zones

The Shanghai Tower features nine indoor zones, each offering unique attractions such as gardens, shops, and cafes. Visitors can explore these zones and enjoy strolls amidst lush greenery, indulge in shopping at upscale boutiques, and savor delicious meals at trendy cafes.

2. Panoramic Views

One of the highlights of the Shanghai Tower experience is the breathtaking panoramic views of the city. From observation decks located on various floors, visitors can enjoy the scenic view of the cityscape, iconic landmarks, and the meandering Huangpu River, offering a bird's-eye view of Shanghai's vibrant urban landscape.

3. World's Highest Restaurant

Located on the 84th floor, the Shanghai Tower has the world's highest restaurant. This dining establishment offers an enchanting culinary experience, allowing guests to explore the gourmet cuisine while enjoying sweeping vistas of the city skyline, creating a memorable dining experience at lofty heights.

Floors B1, 118, 125, and 126 are accessible to visitors, offering a glimpse into the tower's multifaceted functionality and innovative design.

Tips when Visiting Shanghai Tower

1. Choose a Clear Day

Opt for a visit on a clear day to ensure optimal visibility and stunning views of Shanghai's skyline. The absence of smog during daylight hours enhances the panoramic vistas from the tower.

2. Daytime Visits

While evening views can be captivating, daytime visits are recommended to fully appreciate the cityscape without the hindrance of smog. The clarity of daylight offers clearer views and better photo opportunities.

3. Book Tickets in Advance

To avoid long queues and ensure a smooth entry, it's advisable to book your tickets in advance. This allows you to skip the ticketing lines and head straight to the elevators for a seamless experience.

4. Opt for the Fastest Elevator

Head to the B2 level to access the elevator, which whisks you up to the 118th floor in just 55 seconds. This thrilling ascent offers a memorable start to your Shanghai Tower journey.

5. Explore the Shanghai Summit Exhibition Hall

Located on the B1 level, the Shanghai Summit Exhibition Hall offers interactive activities and exhibits, providing fascinating insights into the tower's construction and significance.

6. Experience a Night Cruise

For a different perspective of the Shanghai Tower and other iconic landmarks, consider taking a night cruise along the Huangpu River. Witness the illuminated skyline, including the dazzling lights of the Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl Tower.

7. Visit a Sky-High Bar

Conclude your Shanghai Tower adventure with a visit to Cloud 9, a sky-high bar located on the 87th floor. Sip on cocktails while enjoying panoramic views of the cityscape, creating a memorable finale to your Shanghai Tower experience.

Location and How to get to Shanghai Tower


The Shanghai Tower is located at 501 Middle Yincheng Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China. It's in the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone, near the Shanghai World Financial Center and Jin Mao Tower. 

How to Get There

By Metro

Traveling by Metro is a convenient option. Simply take Metro Line 2 and alight at Lujiazui Station. From there, head towards Exit 6 and walk approximately 500 meters (550 yards) south to reach the Shanghai Tower.

By Bus

There are several bus routes you can take:

City Sightseeing Bus Line 2 stops at Jin Mao Tower.

Buses 583, 799, 939, or Lujiazui Financial City Line 2 stop at Huayuan Shiqiaolu Dongtailu Station.

Buses 791, 870, 961, 985, or Lujiazui Financial City Loop Line stop at Lujiazui Huanlu Dongtailu Station. From there, it's a short walk to the tower.

By Ferry

For those who prefer a scenic route, you can take the ferry. Board either the Dongjin Line or Dongfu Line and disembark at Dongchang Road. From there, it's just a brief walk to reach the skyscraper.

Exploring Shanghai Tower with Traveloka!

Discovering Shanghai Tower is an exhilarating experience that offers a glimpse into the architectural marvels and modern wonders of Shanghai. Whether you're marveling at its towering height from afar or ascending to its lofty observation deck for breathtaking views of the city, the Shanghai Tower promises unforgettable moments. With its blend of innovative design, sustainable features, and world-class facilities, it stands as a symbol of China's progress and ambition.

To plan your journey to Shanghai Tower hassle-free, consider booking your tickets in advance through Traveloka. With convenient online booking and secure payment options, Traveloka ensures a seamless experience from start to finish. Don't miss the opportunity to witness the majesty of Shanghai from the heights of this iconic skyscraper. Explore Traveloka for great deals on activities, flight tickets and hotels. Visit Traveloka for more information!

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Starting from SGD 33.59.
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501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Lu Jia Zui, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200128.
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