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Day 01. Shenzhen City Tour with Window of the World and Local Lunch Our representative will meet you at the City Hotel lobby and bring you to the Hung Hom train station for the Shenzhen . .
Country: Hong Kong
City: Hong Kong
Duration: 2 Day(s) - 1 Night(s)
Tour Category: Culture Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
Package Itinerary

Day 01. Shenzhen City Tour with Window of the World and Local Lunch

Our representative will meet you at the City Hotel lobby and bring you to the Hung Hom train station for the Shenzhen transfer.

On arrival in Shenzhen, directly visits Lotus Park, Mr. Deng Xiao Ping Bronzer Status, Window of the Window world, and one shopping stop.

The tour guide will drop you at Shenzhen Hotel after the city tour.

Overnight at Shenzhen Hotel.

Day 02. Departure

Hotel Breakfast, pick up at the hotel then transfer to Shenzhen Train Station - Hung Hom Station.

Arrive at Hung Hom Station, and transfer to Hong Kong International Airport for your departure flight.


Hotel Breakfast, pick up at the hotel and transfer to the pier, and take the ferry from Shenzhen to Macau.

Package Inclusions:

1. One-night hotel accommodation

2. Hotel Breakfast

3. 2 ways Ticket

- Hong Kong City - Shenzhen - Hong Kong city by train

- Hong Kong City - Shenzhen by train // Shenzhen to Macau by Ferry

4. Free Shenzhen City tour with local lunch

5. China Group Visa

6. Seat In Coach Train station transfer

Please Note:

- Due to group visa restriction, min. 2pax to apply for a visa and the whole group must be IN/OUT of China border together.

- Group Visa is subject to approval by China Authority

- For that passenger to take their return flight, the departure time must be after 14:00hrs, if not the train/ferry ticket and transfer will be the guest's own arrangement & own expense.


1. OCT Loft Creative Culture Park

Think Shenzhen is a cultural desert? Think again. Fast becoming China’s creative capital, the city has become a magnet for designers, innovators, and artists. Many feel more than at home in the city’s boho enclave, OCT Loft. Located in a former factory district, it now plays host to numerous art galleries, bookstores, quirky coffee shops, live music venues, and fun watering holes. With its contemporary Art Terminal alone covering 3000 square meters, you’ll want to devote at least one afternoon to exploring this curious and vibrant corner of Shenzhen.

2. Nanshan Mountains

Like its hilly neighbor Hong Kong, Shenzhen is much more than cityscapes and shopping malls. Escaping into the countryside is a must. The Nanshan mountains in Shekou prove to be a particularly pleasurable getaway. With beautiful views of the ocean and moderate climbs, its tranquillity and remoteness provide a wonderful contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city.

3. Sea World

This western-style entertainment zone got a total to revamp in 2003 when the government chose to capitalize on the reputation it had garnered as a spot popular for its international scene. With chilled-out beer gardens and more raucous clubs, it’s just as good a place to spend a boozy afternoon as it is for going on a heady night out. Sea World is not to be confused with Shenzhen’s marine park in Xiaomeisha.

4. Shenzhen Museum

Shenzhen might be famous for its flashy modernity, but this doesn’t mean it’s devoid of history. In fact, records of human habitation in the region stretch back centuries. Shenzhen museum gives a good overview of the area’s history, ranging from prehistoric times to the present day. Highlights of the displays found within include replica streets and extensive information on its boom following 1979’s dramatic policy reforms.

5. Window of the World

A visit to Shenzhen would not be complete without a truly kitsch experience. This can be found at Window of the World, a ‘mini-globe’, where you can find replicas of the Eiffel tower, the Niagara Falls, and the leaning tower of Pisa—all in miniature. Around 130 tributes to global attractions are dotted around the park, which offers a curious glimpse at how entertainment developers portray the outside world in a country that opened up to the global market thirty years ago, after decades of insularity.

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