You can find on this page the Shanghai topographic map to print and to download in PDF. The Shanghai elevation map present the topography, river and relief of Shanghai in China.
There are a few hills and small mountains in the southwest Qingpu and Songjiang Districts as its shown in Shanghai topographic map, including Tianma Mountain, Fenghuang Mountain, Hengshan Mountain and Xiaokunshan Mountain.

Shanghai elevation map

Map of Shanghai elevation

The Shanghai topographic map shows elevation, hills and landforms in Shanghai. This elevation map of Shanghai will allow you to know topography, river and relief of Shanghai in China. The Shanghai topographic map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The vast majority of Shanghai 6,340.5 km2 (2,448.1 sq mi) land area is flat, apart from a few hills in the southwest corner, with an average elevation of 4 m (13 ft) as you can see in Shanghai elevation map. The city location on the flat alluvial plain has meant that new skyscrapers must be built with deep concrete piles to stop them from sinking into the soft ground. The highest elevation point of Shanghai is at the peak of Dajinshan Island at 103 m (338 ft).

Dajinshan Island (Big Jinshan Island), Xiaojinshan Island (Small Jinshan Island), and Fushan Island in Jinshan District are nature reserves under city jurisdiction. Dajinshan has the highest elevation point in Shanghai with an altitude of 103.4 m as its shown in Shanghai elevation map. Some alluvial islands are relatively young and the number varies over time. For example, Jiuduansha emerged in the 1950s. In 2006, the city had 19 uninhabited islands covering 226.27 square kilometers, with a total coastline length of 309 kilometers.

Shanghai is situated at 31°41' north latitude and 121°29' east longitude. Except for a few hills lying in the southwest corner, most parts of the Shanghai area are flat and belong to the alluvial plain of the Yangtze River delta as its mentioned in Shanghai elevation map. The average sea level elevation is about 4 meters.