Home Inn Shenzhen Dongmen

2028 Wenjin Road (M), Luohu District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518003, China
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Taxi Fare in Shenzhen

by urbanmale_tods

I will be arriving from Macau and staying at Grand Mecure Oriental Ginza in Futian.

How much is the taxi fare

1. From Shekou Ferry Terminal to the hotel?

2. From the hotel to LuoHu customs? (to catch the train to HK)

3. From the hotel to Dongmen street?

I wanted to avoid be touted and ripped.Thanks!

Re: Taxi Fare in Shenzhen

by ellyse

It should be "ripped off", not "ripped"! Jack the Ripper is long dead and gone, and this isn't the same part of the globe for that anyway...
Anyway, I don't live in Shenzhen, so my estimates might be really way off.
1) 55-80 RMB
2) 16-20 RMB
3) 16-18 RMB

Re: Taxi Fare in Shenzhen

by myloveant

I live in Shekou, but I don't the Grand Mecure Oriental Ginza Hotel, So I just can estimate the Taxi fare from Shekou ferry Dock to Futian.
1,50-70 rmb
2,20-40 RMB .if your hotel is near the metro station, I suggest you take the metro to the luohu customs, The metro is convenient and express. The metro terminal is the Luohu customs. the metro ticket is 3RMB
3,20-35 RMB. As the same ,you can take the metro ,just 3RMB.

Re: Taxi Fare in Shenzhen

by chinamonty

1.Taxi fare should be RMB60 depending on traffic-certainly not over 80. 2.Take metro to Lok Mau Chau (the alternative train crossing). metro fare will be 10rmb or so and you get off and go upstairs in the same building for the train to HK. You only need to watch the time as I think the last train is 9:00pm or so but the MTR website will tell you that. If you take taxi to Lok Mau Chau you need to tell them Fu Tian Kou An or else the taxi will take you to the vehicle crossing.3. refer what others have said.

Travel Tips for Shenzhen

Li Zhi Park(Lychee Park)

by THLIN

If there is a Central Park in New York, Botanic Garden in Singapore, and Da-an Park in Taipei, there must have been a very important park in ShenZhen. Well, this is it...Li Zhi Park. This park locates in downtown ShenZhen, visitors can easily find it either by metro or bus. If you are taking metro, please take to Da-ju-yuan station and get off at exit B. In the park you can see and make real contact with the locals. I hardly feel so relaxed when I am here, most probably because I work here.
There are many sections in the park, the huge lake, even though it's horribly dirty, visitor can rent a boat and ride on it; there are chess area, you can see people playing Chinese chess; there is a corner for music, even the area is like a place filled with cacophony, but you will still like it, since every performer tries hard to cathch your eyes.
Although I am from Taiwan, but I still respect President Deng Xiao Ping, who was former leader of mainland China and passed away more than a decade ago. He, who led the transformation of Chinese Communist Party and reform the nation, prooved that he is a real statesman. There is a board to memorise him.

ShenZhen Airport to HK via Ferry

by bpacker

If you're short on time and high on cash, then take the most costly transport to HK - the turbo jet ferry@Fuyong Terminal . Taking the ferry means you won't have to:

1)sit beside a maniac for one hour on the bus from the airport to the customs,
2) tear your hair out by lining up at the LuoHu customs
3)share a seat with a fat lady inside the KCR for yet another one hour ride to downtown HK.

The turbo jet ferry can accomodate about 400 people at a time and it won't get caught in traffic. So if you're keen, get your ticket directly outside the departure gates, ride a 5min bus to Fuyong terminal and hop unto to the vessel. You'll be in Kowloon sipping on dahjeerling at the Peninsula before you know it.

Note:The Ferry goes to Macau/Kowloon and HK Airport. Get your tix from the counter outside of the departure gates.

SZ->Macau HK$171
SZ->HK (Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, Sheung Wan)HK$185
SZ->Kowloon (China (HK) Ferry Terminal, Tsimshatsui) HK$185

cheap buddhist vegetarian restaurant

by zephyrgurl108 about Jin Hai Ge Su Si Guan

Nothing beats this Chinese vegetarian restaurant in terms of food taste, price and location. It's a small no nonsense restaurant which focuses on food quality and service. They have a picture menu so it's easy to order if you're a non-Chinese speaker. Food is brought to you fast, even when the restaurant is full with diners. Everything we've tried has been very satisfactory. Mock roast pepper beef, mock lemon chicken and mock kebabs

little bit of art and culture

by zephyrgurl108

put a little bit of art and culture in your travel in shenzhen. drop by the shenzhen grand theatre. check out what shows are going on. when we went there, the beijing opera was performing and we had a grand time.

Living in Shenzhen

by Lizette102

> Hi from the east.
>
> First of all I love China, it is just so different from all the places I
> have been before.
> Shenzhen on the other hand's aim is to become a mini Hong Kong. Very
> metropolitan. Lots of shopping, big businesses and loads of people.
>
> Have a look at Shenzhenparty.com you'll be able to meet lots of
> foreigners working in Shenzen. There are also lots of bars and pubs
> mentioned. One you should really check out is
> U-bar. Pumping on a friday night. Me, myself I live and work in Shekou,
> which is a suburb about 30 min by taxi. There are loads of foreigners
> living on this side also with foreign restaurants and pubs.
> China takes a bit getting
> used to at first but I am sure you will get the hang of it real soon. Just
> be openminded and take it as it comes.

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Address: 2028 Wenjin Road (M), Luohu District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518003, China