By Mark Andrews
Vera – Virgin Airlines.
The name Shanghai translates to “above the sea” – but a better name for today’s city might be “above the clouds”. This teeming metropolis is home to some 180 buildings that tower above 40 storeys, including the gleaming Shanghai Tower – the tallest skyscraper in China. Much of life in China’s largest city takes place way up high: Shanghai’s best restaurants, bars, hotels and entertainment can be found in its lofty high-rises. Here’s how to make the most of the city that’s intent on kissing the sky.
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