Worth a look if you really want to see it but the selection of shops, bars, restaurants (or lack thereof) meant that I didn't stay for very long at all. Snapped a few pics, tried a restaurant with western food bit it wasn't good quality at all. Unless you're fairly close I wouldn't make the special trip.
Thames Town is located in Songjiang District. It is mainly based on European architecture. It is the shooting place of many film and television dramas, and it is also the place where more new people take wedding photos. The town is open, winding roads, with a lot of maple trees on both sides, and the leaves fall slowly in winter, making the town extraordinarily romantic. In the Thames town, in addition to the pure British architecture and excellent scenery, the most worthwhile are the Grand Vidburg Museum and the Songjiang Art Museum. Spend half a day listening to the story of the museum owner about collecting antiques, or squinting at the abstract paintings on the chairs of the museum, which will make you worthwhile.
Thames Town is located in the core area of Songjiang New Town. It is a European town from the overall layout to one brick and one tile, all of which contain the original European style. The European architecture can be seen everywhere, full of British atmosphere, super suitable for the girl to take pictures, and there are a lot of fun points inside, and then will give you a long article. By the way, sharing a photo is very careful. When we take pictures outdoors, there is really no props. We can use the surrounding bicycles, benches, and poses. They are all good props filled with girls' hearts.
Located in the town of Thames in Songjiang District, Shanghai, it is a residential area. Due to its unique scenery, it attracts many tourists to visit or take photos. It gradually forms a well-known scenic spot. There are many studios for wedding dresses in the scenic area. The buildings are all imitated. British town style, European style streets, churches, moody bookstores, various cafes, bars and restaurants, everything is fine except for the traffic is not too convenient.
After entering the community, I found that the road names here are all British names, including the design of the street signs is also classical British style, very special. The community is very large and can be driven in. There is a parking lot in the community.
White fence, inside is an English country house with a small yard. I don't know who the statue is, but there are many similar statues in European cities.
The iron bridge on the river is a good place to take pictures. Many new people who make wedding dresses are framing the river. Walking on the streets in the scenic area is very European. Today is the weekend and there are more tourists.
At least a dozen pairs of new couples who took wedding dresses. Stroll through the stone-paved streets with spires on both sides.
After the crowd passed, the street was restored to tranquility. There are many cafes on the side of the road. When you are tired, you can sit down and have a drink.
There is no fixed tour route here, you can wander around as you like, and you can't go anywhere, it's landscape.
Located in Shanghai's Songjiang district, Thames Town is a British-inspired new residential area intended to draw population away from central Shanghai. The design and planning evokes a sense of British living, with tiled streets and a laid-back atmosphere to make visitors feel as if they were really in an English town. There are recreation Gothic churches, Victorian terraces, fountains, concourses, as well as cafés and art galleries. Thames town is something of a photography hotspot and worth a visit for the quaint change of pace it offers. Fans of the Chinese film "Tiny Times" may recognize Thames Town as the location for some of the shots in the film.