Ack Cyber Hotel Shenzhen

Xinzhong road, Baishi Zhou, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518053, China
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shenzhen visa and hotel help!!!

by davidchen777

im planning to visit shenzhen for 10 days sometime between march 2009 and june 2009. i'll be flying to hongkong from iraq. what is the best way going to shenzhen from hongkong? should i get a visa before i leave from iraq? Or can i get one when i get to hongkong or shenzhen? Also any hotel recommendations? Thanks!!

Re: shenzhen visa and hotel help!!!

by picek

Hi.
If you're Iraqi citizen you need to obtain visa to HK in advance from the Chinese embassy. Here's the information:
http://www.immd.gov.hk/ehtml/hkvisas_4.htm

Re: shenzhen visa and hotel help!!!

by ellyse

What passport nationality are you?
Where from Hong Kong will you be starting from: the airport, or somewhere in Kowloon/Hong Kong island?

Re: shenzhen visa and hotel help!!!

by chinamonty

Do you ned to go to Hong Kong? Depending on the time of day you can take Skyferry direct from the airport to Shekou (Shenzhen) and not go through HK Immigration at all -details are on the HKIA (airport) website. It saves you any cost involved in a visa (if there is one) and also saves valuable space in your passport (at least has in mine!)

Travel Tips for Shenzhen

No Man's Land

by RoyJava

Used by soldiers the term "No Man's Land" originally got out of war time. It described some land area between 2 opposing positions.

For now "No Man's Land" is the land area between 2 borderlands, too. Usually it is just a few metres, though can be also kilometres long. Like between Shenzhen and Hongkong, or Zhuhai and Macau ...

My idea of "No Man's Land" used to be an area of briny, brackish ground where people did not dare to walk.

Out of the hotel window we could see the "No Man's Land" of Shenzhen and Hongkong. Some gorgeous green land ... just beautiful!

Only to be seen by people travelling out of Hongkong, or to Hongkong

In a few years there will be no border anymore here ...

ShenZhen Airport to places in GuangDong

by bpacker

There's a shuttle bus from SZ Airport to destinations in Guang Dong (Zhuhai,HuiZhou.Dongguan, etc ). I took a snap shot of the schedule, travelling times and tix prices which might come in handy, I hope.

China Visa

by vigi

If you travel from Hong Kong to Shenzhen, take the KCR to Lo Wu station (the last stop), where the border of HK and Shenzen is. Get off the train, you will go through immigration to exit HK then pass thru a bridge that will take you to Shenzen. When you get to the other side, before reaching the Shenzen immigration and right across the Duty Free look out for the sign that says Visa section (or something similar) at the left side. You will go up and get your visa there. It takes about 10-15 minutes for the whole process.

The visa fee varie for countries (they have a list of fee over there). Some said HK$150 for non-US citizens, however, my Dutch (from Holland) were charged HK$450. So, better check what rate your country fit into.

+++ UK/USA passport holder cannot get visas at the Lo Wu border since August 2004 +++

SHENZHEN - to a small village to a major city

by FrenchJulien

Ok, I don't begin with a famous monument of this asia city, but it gives you just an image of what you can see in China.

shenzhen began to be a major city in the beginning of the 80's.
before it was a fishmen village of 20 000 inhabitants, no more.

Now we can say, it's bigger than Paris !!! (1 500 000 in, 7 300 000 around)

located next to Hong Kong in the south of China, it appears to be the main city of electronic & computer commercial place.

"Shenzhen broadcoasting center building"

it is the place in the center of the town to buy all computer components
the tower regroups hundred of computer shops.

http://www.earthplacemarks.com/placemark.aspx?id=7814

too much city

by m1nkey

"Dowtown hotel"

The Pavilion Hotel is in a shopping district and there is ot much else for miles. It was fun to look and haggle but I was hoping for a variety of activities. I did find a sculpture park. it was huge and interesting. I should have looked a little longer for a better place, but I like to get away from the tourist areas. Hong kong was cool, but I didnt stay there but 1 day. It can be expesive so I went into Shenzhen.

A lot of the sculpture was very beautiful

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