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Shenzhen is a coastal cosmopolitan tourist city. It is one of the "Excellent Tourist Cities" ranked by the Chinese 

Government and it was among the 31 must-visit tourist destinations in 2010 rated by The New York Times of 

the United States.

 

Being China's largest port city and window of opening up to the outside world, Shenzhen saw 218 million people traveling across the border in 2012. The policy of allowing mainland citizens to travel to Hong Kong and Macao on individual basis made Shenzhen an intermediate point for peoples' trips to Hong Kong. Statistics show that more than 60% of people traveling from mainland cities to Hong Kong or overseas destinations via Hong Kong choose to make a stopover in Shenzhen. Overseas visitors entering China through Shenzhen checkpoints also choose to make Shenzhen one of their destinations.

 

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Historical & Cultural Sites

Dapeng Fortress
  Sprawling 110,000 square meters on the shoreline of east Shenzhen’s Longgang District, Dapeng Fortress is the most complete military fortress of the Ming Dynasty in South China...     +View more

Natural resorts

Wutong Mountain
  Rising 944 meters, Wutong Mountain is the highest peak in Shenzhen and regarded as one of its most beautiful hiking spots. One paved road with a number of winding dirt paths lea...     +View more

Sea resorts

Dameisha Beach Park
  One of the most popular summer resorts in Shenzhen, Dameisha promises golden-sand beaches and clear seawater. Free to the public, it draws more than 10,000 swimmers on weeke...     +View more

Theme parks

Splendid China • China Folk Culture Villages
  China’s vast population is made up of 56 ethnic groups. They live across the nation, each associated with certain architecture, folk cultures and ...     +View more

Recommended one-day tours

Cultural Tour
  Itinerary 1: Dafen Oil Painting Village — Nanling SAC Park — Bofook Lilang Jewelry Culture Industry Zone — Light Industrial Products City
  Itinerary 2: Lianhua Hill Park — ...     +View more