Book a ticket, the glass curtain wall in the Sightseeing Hall in Jin Mao Tower will give you an extremely open view to overlook the modern city on both banks of Huangpu River.
You can experience the high-speed elevators running 9.1 meters (30 feet) per second in Jin Mao Tower to reach the 88th Floor Sightseeing Hall directly in just 45 seconds. There are two such elevators, and they are called time shuttles.
The Skywalk in Jinmao Tower is 60 meters (65.6 yd) long and 1.2 meters (1.3 yd) wide at an altitude of 340.6 meters (1,117 feet) from the ground. It is the tallest outdoor glass skywalk in the world, without handrails, providing visitors a thrilling experience. You will feel that you are wandering in the clouds. If you are brave enough, book the tickets to challenge yourself.
Jin Mao Tower Skywalk
Besides, you will see the unparalleled fantastic atrium of the tower down from the top floor. The round atrium is golden and dazzling with 28 illuminated circular corridor handrails under neon lights, which is like a space-time tunnel as it is so called.
Book the ticket and you will also get the opportunity to enjoy the postal service in the air. The post office in the 88th Floor Sightseeing Hall of Jin Mao Tower provides visitors with precious philatelic products and special postal services.
Openning Hours of the Viewing Platform on Jin Mao Tower:
Opening Hours of the Skywalk:
9:00-12:00, 14:00-17:00 and 19:00-21:00
Closed in every Tuesday morning.
On the 88th Floor, Jin Mao Tower, No. 88 Century Avenue, Pudong New District, Shanghai
How to get to Jin Mao Tower?
Take metro line 2 and get off at Lujiazui Station. Come out from Exit 6 and walk southward for a few minutes, Jin Mao Tower is on your right.
a. Take bus 583, 799, 939 and get off at Huayuan Shiqiao Road Dongtai Road Station.
b. Take City Sightseeing Bus
2 and get off at Jin Mao Tower Station.