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Shanghai Chedun Film Park, Shanghai

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  • Understanding that this was not necessarily built as a tourist attraction but rather to re-create the 1920s-30s, maybe 40s Shanghai for movie filming, which I love viewing, it took us more time to get...  more »
  • I just went here on April 3rd and this place is very beautiful and indeed a very good place to take picture. Many people take pre-wedding photoshoot in here and when i went there there are 4 house pro...  more »
  • Other than Thames Town and French Concession, this is the most photogenic place in Shanghai. The best part is that the buildings are designed to mimic Shanghai in the 1930s  more »
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  • Recommended to visit for tourist. It's a great experience to "travel back in time" with all the old looking buildings and banners. Many people shoot wedding photos there and the place look beautiful. You can take many good photos there and there is also a place where you can watch a short performance performed by locals. Also a small building where you can see the old things. (Like a museum) They also have a working tram where you can have a ride. It's slow though but it's a fun experience.
  • Quite an experience to travel back in time here especially when there is a film shooting going on where hundreds of extras in period costumes moving around. It's not easy to have a theme park and movie studio at the same time, so expect some inconvenience if shooting on location is going on.
  • Difficult to reach, took us almost 2 hours by bus. Huge park with different filming scenes. Good to have a walk here if u have sufficient travelling times. Tried one western restaurant inside the park, food was terrible and expensive
  • I actually visited in early 2014. Would not recommend it because it looked like no one is maintaining this place. I was lucky to bump into a Japanese filming crew, who asked a lot about the set so that area looked alright. The rest of this place is just... Meh...
  • You will recognise it from an internationally popular cult hit 'Kung Fu Hustle' Wow! It's an offer the beaten path location to get to the studios but so worth it! Even if you don't love movies, & tv this was an amazing day out. You are transported back to old world Shanghai, and China that has featured in plenty of Hong Kong movies. The sets are working sets, as I walked around they were filming in 3 different lots. I watched a choreographed fight scene set in old time British Hong Kong; fantastic does not describe it. The lots are broken up into different periods and area, with permanent sets I was able to explore; and enjoy the working vintage tram. People even have their wedding photos taken there. It was a 65RMB ride from Thames Town where we had been before, at Songjiang New City station on Shanghai Metro Line 9. Give yourself about 4 hours to take it all in, and be aware it is a working film studio.