Exploring Shanghai

  • Shanghai IFC Mall

    IFC Mall, Century Avenue, Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai, China .

    Shanghai IFC Mall is based at the ground floor of the city’s Twin Towers and known as the “Diamond Outlook” for its luxurious interior design and quiet, spacious atmosphere. It is often compared to upmarket contemporary malls such as Henglong and CITIC Pacific.

  • Shanghai World Financial Center

    Shanghai World Financial Center, Century Avenue, Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai, China .

    The Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) is a skyscraper located in the Pudong area of Shanghai. Having a total of 101 floors and a height of 492 m, it is the second tallest skyscraper in Shanghai, and is similar in shape to a bottle opener. The 100th floor features a sightseeing hall where, on a clear day, you get a fantastic view of the whole city. The observation desk also boasts a 55 m long glass floor, providing a sunning look at the scenery below. When conditions are right, it can feel like you're walking in the clouds. The SWFC has been lauded for its design, and in 2008 it was named by architects as the year's best-completed skyscraper.

  • Shanghai Science and Technology Museum

    Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, Century Avenue, Pudong, Shanghai, China .

    The Shanghai Science and Technology Museum has a floor area of 68,000 square meters, and a building area of 106,000 square meters. It’s ranked as a first-class national museum and a 5A national tourist spot, besides as an educational excursion demonstration base and one of Shanghai’s landmarks. The museum is also a postdoctoral research center. SSTM was selected as the seventh among the 20 most popular national museums in the world by the Themed Entertainment Association and AECOM in 2016.

  • Shanghai Disney Resort

    Shanghai Disney Resort Hotel, Pudong, Shanghai, China .

    As the first Disney resort in mainland China, Shanghai Disney Resort is a world-class family entertainment destination. It features Shanghai Disneyland Park, an entertainment district, two themed hotels, recreational facilities, a lake, and associated transportation hubs. One unique aspect about Shanghai Disney is the way the park incorporates Chinese tastes into its design. With plenty to do and fun for people of all ages, the Shanghai Disney Resort is certainly one of the city’s premiere attractions

  • The Oriental Pearl Radio & Television Tower

    The Oriental Pearl Radio and Television Tower, Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai, China .

    The Oriental Pearl Radio & Television Tower is arguably the most recognizable feature on Shanghai’s skyline. Situated across the Huangpu River from the Bund, the Oriental Pearl tower stands 468 m to the top of its antenna spire. Completed in 1994, it has come to symbolize China’s modernization and emergence on the global scene. Visitors travel up and down the Oriental Pearl Tower in double-decker elevators that can hold up to fifty people. Located on the tower’s lower levels is the Shanghai Municipal History Museum. Given its iconic status, this is certainly a can’t-miss attraction.