Located in the middle of the southern coast of Guangdong Province, Shenzhen neighbors Daya Bay in the east, the mouth of the Zhujiang (Pearl) River in the west, and Hong Kong in the south. Shenzhen covers an area of 780 square miles and has a population of 3 million. It is one of China’s major port cities opening to the outside world and one of the earliest special economic zones implementing the reform and open-door policies. It is also a newly rising tourist city with the most up-to-date tourist facilities for visitors from abroad.
China Folk Culture Villages
The China Folk Culture Villages feature life-size replicas of more than 20 villages chosen from areas inhabited by minority peoples. Here people can learn about the lifestyles and national folklore of the ethnic groups in China.
Splendid China is by far the world’s largest and most elaborate miniature scenery park, where people can enjoy miniature replicas of the country’s best known natural environments and places of historical and cultural interest.
Window of the World
The Window of the World displays world wonders, historical sites, natural landscapes and foreign folklore in scaled-down replicas. Performances of singing and dancing are also staged.
The zoo has 3,000 animals of 150 species from all parts of the world.
Xiangmi Lake Summer Resort
This resort is a large tourist and entertaining center where the charm of a tropical landscape is accentuated nicely by buildings with distinctive national characteristics.
Bi Jia Shan Park
Bi Jia Shan means ‘pen rest mountain’ in Chinese, and when you look at the mountain island from the mainland, you can see that the natural dip between two peaks does make the island resemble a pen rest. Bi Jia Shan is located about 20 miles southwest of the city of Jinzhou and provides a comfortable environment and fresh air for you to enjoy.
Xilihu Holiday Resort, Xianhu Botanic Garden, Shekou Sea World, and Yinhu Tourist Center
Following is a list of all the cities:
The Silk Road