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Window of The World
Window of the World is located in the west of the city. A theme park in the city with almost 130 reproductions of some famous attractions spread worldwide, which have been zipped and made compact to fit into the 118 acres spread of the park. The Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower and the Pyramid sights are some of its major attractions. The other attractions of the site include the Europe region featuring the Pont du Gard, Eiffel Tower, the Palace of Versailles, the Asia region featuring the Mount Fiji, the Sun Temple, the Karla Caves, the Africa region featuring the Pyramids, the Great Temple, the Oceania region featuring the Dwelling Houses of the Maori inhabitants and much more.
Shenzhen Lianhuashan Park
Shenzhen Lianhuashan Park is an urban park and a hill in the city. It is spread over an area of almost 150 hectares. A huge bronze statue is located at the top of the hill and was created in 1997. The statue is of Deng Xiaoping. The nearby attractions include the Children's Palace Station.
China Folk Culture Village
China Folk Culture Village is situated nearby the Splendid China theme based park and is related to Splendid China Folk Village. The features of the site include the showcasing of the display of the architecture of China and the everyday life of the people of the country and the city as well. The site became accessible to the public in 1991 in the month of October. A number of festivals are also celebrated here. The Water Splashing Festival is the most famous out of all.
Fairy Lake Botanical Garden
Fairy Lake Botanical Garden, also referred to as Xianhu Botanical Garden is spread over an area of 546 hectares and is an arboretum and also a botanical garden in the city. The garden is located at the foothills of the Wutong Mountain just by the side of the Shenzhen Reservoir. There are more than 12 themed gardens in the premises which include the Fruit Tree Area, the Magnolia Garden, the Bamboo Garden, the Peach Garden, the Bonsai Garden, the Aquatic plant Garden, the Desert Plant Garden and many more. The garden has 6 other scenic areas namely the Hongfa Temple Area, the Fossil Forest Area, the Heaven and Earth Area, the Desert Plant Area, the Conifers Azalea Area and the Fairylake Area. The Lake Xian or the Fairy Lake is an artificial lake with pagodas, halls and bridges. The premises also have a Hongfa Temple.
Shenzhen Museum is a modern and multifunctional museum in the city. It is spread over an area of 37,000 meters square and its building area is spread over 18,000 square meters. Incorporated in 1981, it was not opened till 1988. The museum houses over 20,000 cultural and historical relics, most of which belong to the city. Longgang and Futian are the two exhibition halls of the museum located at Tongxin road and Civic Centre respectively.
Shenzhen Wild Life Zoo
Shenzhen Wild Life Zoo, also known as the Shenzhen Safari Park is situated nearby Xili Lake and is spread over an area of 1.2 million square meters. The zoo has uncaged animals and is the first one to do so in China. More than 300 species with over 10,000 animals are housed in the zoo. Some of them are endangered like the South China Tigers and the Giant Pandas.
Shenzhen, sometimes also referred to as Sham Chun is a part of the Pearl River Delta Megalopolis and has the status of a sub-provincial administrative. Foreign Investment has worked wonders for the city and has developed it into a vibrant economy. The city has almost 160 rivers and 24 reservoirs with a total of 525 million tonnes. Many islands also surround the city. The city also has a number of parks and resorts like the Window of the World, the Safari Park, the People's Park and many more. There are many museums as well as exhibitions in Shenzhen too. The Dameisha beach and the Xiaomeisha beach in the city are also pretty famous. Football is the most played sport in the city. However, people also enjoy skateboarding a lot. Skateboarders from around the world visit the city due to its architecture and lax skate laws.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets can be booked easily for all the places as well as the city on this website and payment can be made online as well
How To Get Around?
The High-Speed Trains are available which can be used to go around. Taxis or cabs can also be ordered using a few online apps. The ferry also has access to most of the city.
What Should I Wear?
Light fabric clothes such as t-shirts or tops paired with cotton palazzos or cargos are good to go. Layering might be necessary for travelling during winters.
Best Time to Visit
October to December are the best months to go to China as the weather is cool and breezy. It is neither too hot nor too cold. Sightseeing is better in these months.
Will I Need a Guide?
The website will guide you about everything. A guide is not needed.
How To Get There?
You can start from Hung Hom MTR station to Kowloon as they are located closer to Shenzhen. The Mong Kok East Station will also lead you in the city.
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