Max, a certified tour guide in Shenzhen city of China, recently published a book called How Can I Not Cheat You? In the book, Mr Wu exposes many shady deals in the tourist service profession,
Imagine how amazing it would be to marvel at the skyline of Hong Kong and play games in the casinos of Macau in one tour. Making it possible is this Hong Kong and Macau package by MakeMyTrip. The best thing about Hong Kong is certainly its amusement parks and the one name that stands out is Disneyland. That is why a fun-filled excursion to it has been included in the package. Revel and frolic with thrilling rides and entertaining shows in its 7 unique sections on this tour. Another inclusion is an equally fun city-tour of Hong Kong, taking you to Kowloon Waterfront, TSL Jewellery Workshop, Victoria Peak and Repulse Bay. Furthermore, the stay at plush hotels and airport transfers will make for a delightful sojourn.
I just want to thank you for everything you did at ShenZhen. It was my first trip and you made me feel home except the fact that I couldn’t speak Chinese, hahaha… Thanks to you that I found the oil painting as a gift to my boss and he really likes it. It has been such a pleasure having you as my guide. I give you rate 10 out of 10 and look forward to another trip with you. Thanks, bye.
Dameisha Beach is the first long stretch of fine sand that you will find in Yantian District. It’s often snubbed by the local Chinese because it can be incredibly busy on summer weekends and at festival times. If you avoid these times and visit during the week, it isn’t so bad. This is a free beach and there are a number of activities such as diving, paragliding and we even saw jet skis for hire.
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You’ll come across every style of Chinese and international cookery in Shenzhen. Dine on Cantonese dishes and dim sum at Jin Yue Xuan (Shen Nan Avenue 6013), or try the upscale version at Shang Palace, Shangri-La Hotel Shenzhen near Luohu Port
Domestic China Railway services arrive and depart from Shenzhen Rail Station in Luohu District – immediately north of the HK border. It’s a fairly small, but clean and well-organized station serving mostly Guangdong regional trains and just a handful of long-distance sleeper trains to other major cities. A high-speed shuttle service runs every 10-15 minutes to Guangzhou East Station (with alternate services continuing to Guangzhou main station – both GZ East and GZ have much more long-distance connections) – it takes approx 1 hour and costs 75RMB one way. Tickets for this service are available from a separate ticket office or from self-service machines and there is a separate platform entrance. Some K-series overnight trains will run from Shenzhen West Station although it is very far from downtown and has poor transport connections.