Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Shanghai Circus World: ERA Intersection of Time Acrobatics Show. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Worth doing if your in Shanghai.
Nail biting stuff!
Very easy to get to via the metro too.
Very exciting acrobats. The venue was sufficiently small that we could see them up close, making their breathtaking feats even more vivid. There were a couple of mistakes made during the performance which only served to make us realize how human they were and in some ways enhanced our awareness of the difficulty of what they were doing. Not quite as slick as Cirque de Soleil but every bit as thrilling.
The era show was amazing
A must show to see when visiting Shanghai .
Great view from all seats
The acrobats were amazing ,many different acts ,
Don't miss it !
I would highly recommend this show it was amaxing and great value for money.
Amazing show! and you buy tickets for a general area without seat number, but they keep the fisrt row for Viator buyers. Genial! ;)
This was a fabulous show and one well worth going too. Pre purchasing tickets was a great idea to, no lining up to purchase tickets, however in saying that there we won't lines, everything is very well mechanised both gaining and departing the venue. The show it self, had us at times on the edge of our seats, and holding your breath.
This show is excellent. I read other reviews and they said it was "Cirque Du Soleil standards", myself ,having gone to a Cirque show one month ago in Tokyo, was quite reluctant to believe it. However, this show did surprised me as much as they assured it would - and the price was 1/5th of what I paid for the Cirque!
I got the 35 u$d tickets and it was more than enough. The stage is small and cozy so you will be able to see from anywhere. The show includes live music and the acrobats are really amazing (all Chinese). You can easily go by subway (cheaper, faster and super easy) by taking the line 1, I think, and getting off on Shanghai Circus World Station - you can't miss it.
I would recommend this show to anyone, no (scary?) clowns or animals perform, so it accommodates most audiences.