Known among locals as Shenzhen’s “Central Park” this gorgeous green space provides both respite from the noise of the city and a picture-perfect view of Shenzhen’s skyscrapers in the distance. Don't leave without buying a bag of lychees, which grow on the park’s trees.
Zhaobing's Mausoleum (also known as Song Shao Di Mu) is a revered site among locals. The tomb offers a great chance to learn about Chinese history and it is fascinating to watch locals make offerings of gifts and flowers to the former emperor.
This 69 storey building is the city’s tallest and is the 9th tallest in mainland China. Head up to the Diwang’s Meridian View Center to get an unforgettable 360 degree view of the city.
This gallery offers a great chance to explore the city’s contemporary and avant-garde art scene.
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