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Tip: Shenzhen has a 144-hour, 24-hour visa-free transit and 5-day visa on arrival for most countries.
The Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport (SZX) serves all the flights to Shenzhen. The airport was formerly called Shenzhen Huangtian Airport and is located in Bao’an District, at a distance of 32 km from the city center. It is one of the three largest airport hubs of the Pearl River Delta and the hub for Shenzhen Airlines and Shenzhen Donghai Airlines. Direct flights to Shenzhen are from China Southern Airlines and Hainan Airlines. The airport is directly linked to Hong Kong International Airport and passengers need not go through customs checks and immigration procedures for the transit between the two airports. To commute to other parts of the province or city, visitors can take a taxi, metro, cab, city buses, or hotel shuttles.
Tip: Book advance tickets when planning a trip in the popular months of December to January.
The modern metropolis of Shenzhen has many contemporary attractions such as scenic man-made attractions, museums, art galleries, and excellent theme parks. The main attraction of the city is Window of the World, theme park. The large theme park has more than 130 miniature displays of famous sites from across the world. Also, explore the Happy Valley or the Happy Kingdom and its nine distinct projects which include Adventure hill, Spanish Square, Maya Water Park, and Cartoon City. It is a full-service park which has everything for the entertainment of its visitors including accommodation, sight-seeing, shopping, and catering.
Shenzhen has a special destination, Splendid China- China Folk Culture Villages to showcase China’s culture and scenic beauty to its travelers. One can learn about the many ethnic groups of China in the China Folk Culture Villages through the life-size displays of distinctive buildings from each ethnic group.
The city visit is incomplete without exploring its various museums and art galleries. The most prominent one is the Shenzhen Museum which has numerous fossils and cultural handicrafts on the history and culture of the province and China. The He Xiangning Art Museum is the place worth visiting to see the contemporary and modern artwork by many Chinese and international artists. Art lovers should visit the Dafen Painting Town, where they can see local artists’ community live at work. The area is known for the beautiful reproduction of classical paintings.
To see the hypermodern architecture of the metropolis, visit the Ping An International Finance Centre. It is a 600 m tall building popular for its contemporary architecture and panoramic views of the city. Meridian View Centre or the Window of Shenzhen is also known for its beautiful views of the city. One can also visit the Xili Lake Resort, Xianhu Botanical Garden, Da Meisha scenic area, Xiao Meisha scenic area, and Safari Park.
Tip: Do a night stay at the picturesque Xichong Beach camping site and enjoy fishing, bonfire or beach barbeque along with the stunning sunrise.
Shenzhen has a food scene that has elements from many provinces of China. One can find vast gastronomic delicacies in the city with several authentic dishes including spicy specialty dishes from Sichuan province, Hunan province preserved ham, Cantonese perennial meals, and northeast China’s cold dishes. Apart from Chinese cuisine, the city also has many restaurants serving Japanese and Thai cuisines. The streets near Shopping Park and the Convention & Exhibition Centre have a continuous line of restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines.
The city is known for its “Eat Streets” or streets lined with in-elaborate and cheap restaurants serving dishes from all over China. Most Eat Streets have their own specialty food from a particular area in China. Some of the popular Eat Streets are Bagua First road Eat Street, Che Gong Miao Eat Street, and Dongman Food Street.
Tip: Chung Ying Street in Yantian District is popular with tourists for its tax-free shopping.
Shenzhen has a good public transport infrastructure with a wide network of eight metro lines, local buses, and taxi services. The best way to travel around the city is through Shenzhen Metro. The service is regular and reliable and with all information, exit guides and announcements done in English too.
The city has three types of buses for different types of travel. The Orange buses are the short route buses, green is for the long routes and the third are express buses. Some buses have a flat rate fee and have no conductor just the fare machine. There is a free shuttle service running from the Luohu’s immigration building to various attractions of the area.
Tip: Purchase the Shenzhen Tong Card for convenient travel in the city. The card is valid for both buses and metro.
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