Tianzifang is an arts and crafts enclave developed from a renovated residential area in the former French Concession part of Shanghai. It has become a major tourist attraction featuring more than 200 diverse small businesses such as cafes, bars, restaurants, art galleries, craft stores, design houses, and studios. Part of the appeal comes from Tianzifang having retained its residential feel. The narrow alleyways and traditional Shikumen architecture are things you will not want to miss.
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TASTE SPACE Shop & Cafe（TASTE Cafe）
"Coffee Shop""Afternoon Tea"
Getting There - By subway: Dapuqiao line 9.
I personally rode a bike there after my little stroll on Wukang street!
Attractions - Plenty of shops and a cool vibe!
Hotels - Pretty sure there are plenty around there!
Food & Restaurants - Tons of snacks shops and some sit down restaurants .
Shopping - Souvenirs , artsy shops, food and other interesting stuff!
As you navigate the maze of alleys on Tianzifang lane, unique shops and art workshops appear before your eyes, ranging from teahouses, open-air restaurants, outdoor coffee shops, galleries, home furnishings, and handicrafts to countless creative studios. Who could ask for more?
When you come to Tianzifang, you can live in a hotel in the lane and experience what old Shanghai looks like.
👏🏼Wooden houses crunched and crunched, which makes people feel nostalgic and nervous. And the staircase are too narrow to allow more than one person to pass, and the width of the steps is only within my palm.👣
I walk carefully and try my best to imitate the elegance and manners of Shanghai women. The wooden windows open in the morning, and the neighbours in the old building are already busy in the morning. The window frames out different images of the street outside.🤳
There is always a street in every city. It is a local people who never go outside and foreign tourists have to break their heads. If it is in Shanghai, then Tianzifang must be one. Tianzifang is located in Lane 210, Taikang Road, Shanghai, China. It is a very literary old alley.
After turning to the famous attractions such as the Bund in Shanghai, click on the recommended spots. The strange name of Tianzifang was included in the recommendation list. The pictures on the pictures were very literary and decided to come here. . After coming in from the humble little door, this side has become another world. The graffiti and interesting decorations on the various walls make the art full of art, and the small alleys are crowded with tourists. Shanghai people dont come here because its estimated that there are too many tourists, but there are still restrictions on the entrance to the holidays. The street is full of handsome men and women who are taking pictures, and this old alley is full of youth. To say that Tianzifang is actually the nickname of the painter Huang Yongyu who gave this old alley a few years ago. The homophonic "Tian Zifang" is an ancient Chinese painter. The name Tianzifang is to make it more literary. The most popular here is the coffee shop. In addition to the coffee shop, there are various creative shops, galleries, food and snack bars, etc., which are quite full of satisfaction. Tianzifang is also a place with historical charm. It is also a good idea for the government to make it a tourist spot through transformation. If you have nothing to do in Shanghai, you can come here, but dont come over the weekend. It is too much.