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Jin Mao Tower

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

Jin Mao Tower is one of Shanghai, Chinaís tallest buildings. It was completed in 1998. The 88-storey tower is a mixed use building. There is a hotel, office, and retail space.

The Grand Hyatt Shanghai operates the hotel. The five-star hotel location is the 53-87 floor. The hotel management runs everything with the trademark Hyatt efficiency.

The floors 3-50 is devoted to offices. There is a separate entrance to the office section. Several elevators service the area.

The retail space contains shops, restaurants and nightclubs. There is even a post office in the building. In the basement, there is a food court. The Jin Mao Tower visitor can remain inside to shop, eat and party all day and night.

The observation deck is a great place for panoramic views of Shanghai, China. Take an elevator to the deck and see the great city. Off in the distance, is the world famous Huangpu River.

The observation deck is on the 88th floor. There is a skywalk. The entrance fee to the deck is US$6.00 for adults and US$3.00 for children.

Visitors to Shanghai, China come and visit this new building. Ride the metro to the Lujiazui stop. The building is a short walk away.

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More than 1 billion people speak Mandarin Chinese, making it the most widely spoken language in the world.

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