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Bao'An International Airport, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
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Macau or Hong Kong into Shenzhen is easier?

by ckpeng

Dear friends,
Which is more convenient?
Macau or Hong Kong into Shenzhen and back?



Re: Macau or Hong Kong into Shenzhen is easier?

by mim95

I think it's easier to go from Hong Kong to Shenzhen. Depends on where you are in Hong kong and where you want to go in Shenzhen, you can take the MTR (KCR train no longer exists after the merger with MTR), express bus service available in many locations (Mong Kok is one), or ferry.

Re: Macau or Hong Kong into Shenzhen is easier?

by johnmperry

Hong Kong you can just walk across the footbridge from Lowu to Louhu. Macau is a journey.

Re: Macau or Hong Kong into Shenzhen is easier?

by polartraveller

Hongkong for sure

Re: Macau or Hong Kong into Shenzhen is easier?

by chinamonty

No brainer - Hong Kong is easier as there are so many options (trains busses ferries walking) whereas from Macau you can take ferry (1 hour) or a bus (probably 3 hours or more). It also depends where in Shenzhen you want to enter. Shekou it probably makes little difference but for Futian take a train to LokMauChau. LuoHu train is easy (45 mins from Kowloon). To either Futian or Luo Hu there are busses (to the aiport as well. If you mean when flying in however you can get ferries direct from HKIA to Shekou or Macau. If flying in to Macau then ferry to Shekou is easy enough.

Re: Macau or Hong Kong into Shenzhen is easier?

by ellyse

Definitely Hong Kong.

Travel Tips for Shenzhen

Understanding Numerical Hand Signals in shopping

by PlannerShenzhen

Shopping and bargaining will be much easier if you learn the hand signals for the numbers one through ten. Chinese use hand signals for numbers much more than we do in the west.

One through four are the same as in the west. 5 is also the same except they put a little motion into it--opening and closing the five fingers. Six is like the University of Texas's "Hook 'em Horns", where the thumb and pinking are raised with other fingers closed. (this is supposed to resemble the chinese character for six). In the south seven is made by poiting your index finger down and also extending the thumb (other fingers closed). This looks like the western 7. Eight is the same two fingers except both fingers pointing either up or down (looks like the Chinese character for eight). Nine is made by extending the index finger and curling it a bit--kind of like the western 9. Ten is using the index fingers of two hands and making an X (like the roman numeral ten). Ten can also be made by crossing the index and ring finger of the same hand (as shown).

In the following image, they use what I describe except for the number 7. In the north 7 is formed by clasping the index and ring finger with the thumb.

Hong Kong to Shenzhen

by cal6060

If you are in Hong Kong, you are taking the MTR metro system, you should get to Thim Shai Tsui station ( Red line). Then walk to Hung Hom KCR terminal. You will spend about HK37 to ride the train to Lo Wu station. Once you have gone through immigration, you will see Shenzhen, Lo Wu. In Lo Wu, you can take taxi, bus, or metro to anywhere you want. Very easy.

Taj Mahal at the Windows of the world

by shobhanaj

Don't miss the replica of the Taj Mahal here. Quite a wonderful sight. It is rather large and there is great detail in the carvings and structure. If I am correct, it is supposed to be one-fifth the size of the real Taj Mahal.

A practical entry to China

by claude-andre

"Leave it quickly and explore true China"

Shenzhen is a large modern city, recently built for economic purposes. A kind of old East Berlin, Hong Kong being West Berlin.
We did not spend a lot of time here, an evening and a night and we did not want to stay longer.
The big malls near the border propose only Chinese kitch, it's much better to shop in Hong Kong even if it is a little more expensive. Lot of shop touts wander around the malls and are a little bit harassing.

Shenzhen -2 (more of it!)

by Anand1560

"Window of The World"

The Golden Palace-Thailand

"W.O. W"

Taj Mahal- India

Lets go to Paris!!!

Egypt...too good to be true right?

Niagara Falls....its 1:10 scale i guess!!!
You can proudly claim that 'Ohhh i 've been to Niagra too!!!

Guess...where is this place?! si!

New York, New York, New York...but the twin tower still there.
I was amazed how they can scale up the whole city in small place without missing any buildings!

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