The 160 skyscrapers in Shanghai ranks fourth among cities worldwide. A stunning way to see the four tallest buildings is after dark from a waterfront promenade named The Bund. The Pudong District, also known as The East Bank, dazzles with lights and colors that magically sparkles across the Huangpu River. On the left is the Oriental Pearl Tower at 1,535 feet. In the center with the dramatic hole near the top is the Shanghai World Financial Center (2,073 feet). In front of it with the diamond-shaped crown is Jin Mao Tower (1,380 feet). The tallest building in China at 2,073 feet is the Shanghai Tower. It also boasts of having the world’s highest observation deck at a vertigo-inducing 1,843 feet.