Iconic Shanghai landmarks illuminated to mark the New Year

Ti Gong

The Shanghai Disney Resort rings in 2022 in Disney style with a special fireworks display.

Shanghai, the city that never sleeps, lit up the night to welcome the New Year.

The Shanghai Tower, the second tallest building in the world, enjoys an enviable position overlooking the city skyline, allowing people to experience the best of nighttime glamor from both banks of the Huangpu River.

Inside the building, all-new light shows debuted at SKY 632, a new art space on the 126th floor, where the world’s heaviest shock absorber, weighing 1,000 tons, is down to withstand typhoons.

Iconic Shanghai landmarks illuminated to mark the New Year

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A spectacular light show debuts at the Shanghai Tower.

Colorful play of light illuminates the artistic installation, like a giant eye, just above the shock absorber, accompanied by holograms and sound effects. Each show is unique as the light and music change with the sway of the shock absorber, according to chief designer Sha Xiaolan.

The show officially opens to the public today. Access the official WeChat account of the Shanghai Tower (TopofShanghai) to purchase tickets, priced at 268 yuan (US $ 42) for an adult.

Iconic Shanghai landmarks illuminated to mark the New Year

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Special holographic effects

Meanwhile, Shanghai Disney Resort rang in 2022 in Disney style with a special fireworks display.

The festive show, held on New Years Eve, featured spectacular fireworks displays, dazzling lights, stunning screenings and upbeat music.

Iconic Shanghai landmarks illuminated to mark the New Year

Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE

The light show is fascinating.

During the extravagance, fireworks lit the night sky with a giant “2022”. Visitors had the opportunity to receive surprise gifts upon arrival and were greeted by beloved Disney friends dressed in festive outfits.

The exclusive exclusive New Years Eve night show will be featured once again this evening.


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