Points of Interest

 Sea World

In the quieter suburb of Shekou, you’ll find Sea World – a popular plaza – not an aquarium as the name suggests. There are many different types of cuisine from around the world here. It’s also popular for its imported German and Irish beers, and you may feel at home in bars like McCawley’s. The Tavern and Terrace are also great choices that cater to both locals and expats.

Tien Hou Temple, Chiwan

Built originally in the Song Dynasty, the Tien Hou Temple was destroyed and rebuilt several times. It’s just a short taxi, subway or bus ride from Sea World.

Nanshan Mountain

Stand in the entrance to Sea World and look inland – you’ll see the lush green hills that make up Nanshan Mountain. This is a fairly strenuous loop hike depending on your fitness level. It’s around 700 neatly concreted steps to the top, which exercises the calf muscles significantly more than natural trails. Give yourself around 1 to 1.5 hours round trip. Double that if you decide to hike the loop.

 

Mangrove Seashore Ecology Park

This is China’s smallest national park facing Hong Kong’s Mai Po Marshes – a bird watchers paradise. Throughout the year, around 200 different species of bird migrate to Mai Po and also to the Shenzhen mangroves, and some even come all the way from Siberia. Nature lovers will especially enjoy this park, though it’s beauty is makes it suitable for any type of person.

 Dafen Oil Painting Village

Dafen Village is one of Shenzhen’s top attractions: It’s the largest producer of oil paintings in the world, and home to thousands of artists who paint and sell cheaper replicas of famous historical art. You can take a picture or save an image of a piece of art you like, and you will find any number of artists who will replicate it with skill and precision efficiently and inexpensively onto a canvas in whatever size and shape you desire.

Dapeng Peninsula

Dapeng New District is to the southeast of Shenzhen. Surrounded by sea on three sides and facing Hong Kong’s New Territories, it’s mountainous, forested and is trying to reinvent itself as an “ecological tourism resort”.

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Getting Around Shenzhen

Thanks to its developed economy, Shenzhen has one of the largest subway and bus systems in the world – and better yet, it’s quite inexpensive. You could travel for 2 hours from one end of the subway to the other and spend around $1 only. Taxis are also plentiful in Shenzhen.

Shenzhen’s Cost of Living

Generally speaking, every neighbourhood in Shenzhen, besides the rent, have the same cost of living. Rent in Shenzhen varies between 2000-5500 RMB per month. Normally, it costs 3500-5500 RMB to rent a one-bedroom apartment downtown. It’ll cost around 2000-3500 RMB to rent a decent one-bedroom apartment away from downtown. If you want to save money, there are many shared living space options (where you rent a single room in a shared apartment). You could save a lot this way and perhaps only pay 1500-2500 RMB a month. If you cook, you can save a lot of money and spend only 2000 RMB a month on food. If you want to eat out, it’ll cost around 30-45 RMB at an inexpensive restaurant. 

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Points of Interest

 Sea World

In the quieter suburb of Shekou, you’ll find Sea World – a popular plaza – not an aquarium as the name suggests. There are many different types of cuisine from around the world here. It’s also popular for its imported German and Irish beers, and you may feel at home in bars like McCawley’s. The Tavern and Terrace are also great choices that cater to both locals and expats.

Tien Hou Temple, Chiwan

Built originally in the Song Dynasty, the Tien Hou Temple was destroyed and rebuilt several times. It’s just a short taxi, subway or bus ride from Sea World.

Nanshan Mountain

Stand in the entrance to Sea World and look inland – you’ll see the lush green hills that make up Nanshan Mountain. This is a fairly strenuous loop hike depending on your fitness level. It’s around 700 neatly concreted steps to the top, which exercises the calf muscles significantly more than natural trails. Give yourself around 1 to 1.5 hours round trip. Double that if you decide to hike the loop.

 

Mangrove Seashore Ecology Park

This is China’s smallest national park facing Hong Kong’s Mai Po Marshes – a bird watchers paradise. Throughout the year, around 200 different species of bird migrate to Mai Po and also to the Shenzhen mangroves, and some even come all the way from Siberia. Nature lovers will especially enjoy this park, though it’s beauty is makes it suitable for any type of person.

 Dafen Oil Painting Village

Dafen Village is one of Shenzhen’s top attractions: It’s the largest producer of oil paintings in the world, and home to thousands of artists who paint and sell cheaper replicas of famous historical art. You can take a picture or save an image of a piece of art you like, and you will find any number of artists who will replicate it with skill and precision efficiently and inexpensively onto a canvas in whatever size and shape you desire.

Dapeng Peninsula

Dapeng New District is to the southeast of Shenzhen. Surrounded by sea on three sides and facing Hong Kong’s New Territories, it’s mountainous, forested and is trying to reinvent itself as an “ecological tourism resort”.

https://www.iqiyi.com/v_19rrubosnw.html

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