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The visit to Heng Dian Studios was an all girls trip for my 80 year old mum and me.
We were so glad that we got China Highlights Tour company to plan the trip for us.
They did a really efficient job from the airport...More
For 178 RMB, this is a reasonable cost to experience where the many of the famous Chinese Hollywood Movies are made. There are props, buildings like the Forbidden City, play stages, and staged acts re-enactments throughout the scheduled day. Definitely a place to visit if...More
This has a copy of the Forbidden Palace which is used in many movies & shows (Monkey, Curse of the Golden Flower, etc) with some props from the movies still on site.
The costumes are great, the food is good - as always, a bit...More
It has been amazing.
Walking in the heart of many chinese movie sets was electric.
It is a funny and interesting experience, even with children.
It takes a whole morning or a whole afternoon, if you want to visit it deeply.
All the services are...More
It’s almost 250km from Shanghai, takes five hours by bus.An amazing place to visit. It’s chines tinsel town..with lots of light & sound shows, wonders of Chinese skills & technology.Studio includes wonderful sets like magnificent The emperor,the most picturesque Bianjing,Palace Museum,Ming & Qing,large night film...More
My Friends in china recommend me to visited this place. Ohh hell yeah, this place is so bigggg with full or attractive activity. I think china drama or movie will cast in this place. Looks like a kingdom. Worth to visit. Anyway i try to...More
these area built for commercial issue for movie set. but it also opened for public.
most of chinese colosal film were filmed here.
built as prototype of ancient kingdom ambience in a large area.
throw us back in past time.
Worth a visit. Went to two parks, Imperial Palace of the Qin Dynasty and Guangzhou and Hong Kong Street.
My favourite one was the Guangzhou and Hong Kong Street. Walking around buildings from the 19th century. This park was not as busy as the first...More
All the studios are just amazing, and good to visit one after another. However, the entrance ticket tickets is really expensive, and you may need to rent a "transport" to really tour each attractions as it is really big!
You would take a train form Shanghai to Yiwu (approx 2 hours on the express train), then a bus from there - 30 - 60 minutes.
Alternatively, there is a bus from Shanghai to Hendigan World Studios. This takes about 3.5 hours.