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Visited this Movie Town last week. It was a hot day so getting around was really hard under the hot sun. The site is devided into 3 sections with the biggest one yet to complete (think it will be the best). The set buildings were...More
This place is cheesy, it’s important to be clear about that. But in my opinion it’s the good kind of cheesy. The ticket price is steep (198RMB for a combo ticket which includes the 3 zones and some attractions inside) but it’s worth getting the...More
Place where Korean drama devilish joy was filmed.
The are three segments in the park.
We bought the tickets with the extra places for visits.
Including a dirty snow world.
A typhoon n earthquake experience (typhoon was fun)
A wax museum.
I don’t know why people love this place so much. It was neat to see, but the biggest downsides are the distance from everything, and the price of the ticket. Right now there are three zones, with more to expand. You can buy each zone...More
Passed by this movietown in 2017 after touchdown at Haikou airport, but decided to give it a miss as the Chinese New Year crowd back then was too crazy to even queue to get tickets to go in. Fortunately this time round the crowd was...More
This place was originally built to make movies. There are 3 theme parks: 1942 & the Sino/Japanese war. The 2nd is a Youth Scenic theme revolving around the army and the 3rd is Nanyang - like the Old Hong Kong Times with European architecture.
I was staying at the Ritz Carlton for a business trip and had half a day to explore the area. The concierge recommended the nearby Feng Xiaogang Movie Town and I was not disappointed.
What a fascinating place to visit! The old Nanyang Street; 1942...More
I enjoyed my visit here but more worthwhile for local Asian people. This is an Asian take on Universal Studios so many of the sets did not mean anything to me as I did no know the movies. It was still worth a look and...More
This Movie Town is like a back to the future walk. You can imagine a lot of movies could have been shooting from there. We suggested to go in the early morning once it opens. So that you can avoid the crowd and the sun....More
Went with my family on Sunday and we reached nearly 6pm. Was surprised to hear the park will closed at 7pm since website stated 10pm. However since we took 2 cabs down we still proceeded to purchase 1942 and Nanyang Street tickets.
Luckily we did...More