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Ventured out for a day trip from central Shanghai. Thames Town makes for a great day trip. It's small and quaint. The architecture, shops, and cafes are lovely. It is in a great location. On the day I went, it wasn't crowded, but there was...More
Worth to visit! Very cozy place and the pace is so calm. Doesn’t fell you are in China or in Shanghai at all. There are small cafes and Italian restaurant that was very crowded.
Many wedding photo couples. Great to spend some hours here.
You can spend a day in Thames town. We went there with a group of friends who love to take photo. Many view nice for photo. However, many shop are closed. But still nice for picture. We are lucky to find some European food in...More
Recommended by a local friend to make the journey. Unfortunate wet weather restricted our visit time. Residential area, little to no taxi out. One way Taxi ride was RMB 175, for an hour from People Square, around 7.30am-8.30am. Business there only starts at 10am.
Perfect!!! I have been to Thames Town with my friends and my teachers. I think that is excellent, the Mock Tudor building and the three famous statues of William Shakespear, Florence Nighnteengale, and Winston Churchil! Thames Town is also good for taking wedding photos for...More
It is a fascinating place! Good for engaged couples ,teenagers, students and kids. The Mock Tudor buildings and cobblestone streets are certainly inspiring. I have been there with my friends and we agreed to call this ''The Little Britain''.
Perfect!!!A rather deserted peaceful town out of nowhere in Shanghai. The church ,moch tuders ,cafes ,bars ,and any kind of shops just looks romantic and nice for old people ,teenagers and children!!!👍
Recommended for those who‘ve lived in Shanghai for a while and would like to get away from the hustle and bustle.
If live in the West and just visit Shanghai, probably less interesting.
It’s a serene town with English flair, lovely to take a stroll...More
On the outskirts of Shanghai in Songjiang District
From the city (Huangpu area, near Xin Tian Di), about 1 - 1.5 hours by subway to Songjiang Xincheng (Line 9)
We then took a taxi from the Sonjiang Xincheng subway station, another 10 to 15 min...More