Many of China s economical cities and centers have a vibrant cityscape, but one that evolved from a small fishing town is Shenzhen. This once small village is filled with hustle and bustle, tall buildings and colourful lights and has become China s Special Economic Zone . Located in the province of Guangdong and a population of 8,615,500 (2007), this city is the second busiest port, right under Shanghai.
Have you ever wanted to be in more than one place at once? Now is your chance. Visit the Window of the World and see all the greatest attractions from several different regions around the globe. There are miniature structures such as the Eiffel tower, Colosseum, Taj Mahal, Sydney Opera House and Manhattan Island. Not only will you get to see all these replicas, at the end of the day there is a fireworks and laser show. If you get bored of walking around the world, go skiing in the Alps indoor skiing , and try some international foods.
With numerous attractions like the safari park and get up close and personal with the wild life. Or learn more about the Chinese heritage at the Folk Culture Village, or the Shenzhen Cultural Center. The Shenzhen center is a music hall that displays a large library of local and popular works.
There are many different parks to visit and admire the well kept gardens and calming atmosphere. Finding a relaxing place in the second busiest cities in China is not easy, so take your time and enjoy the landscape, culture and history. Being an Economical hub, Shenzhen has plenty restaurants and shopping opportunities as well.