Highlights: Take on China’s tallest building

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Standing 632 meters above the ground with 126 floors, Shanghai Tower is China’s tallest skyscraper, literally “spiraling” into the sky. As part of a trinity of skyscrapers in the heart of Shanghai’s financial district Lujiazui, the building is not only famous for its height but also one of the most sustainably advanced buildings in the world. Join us to ride to the top of the world’s second tallest building.

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