Shenzhen is located north of Hong Kong and is one of China's wealthiest cities and the first Special Economic Zone. With such a vibrant economy, the city transformed into one of the fastest-growing metropolitan cities, known for its industrial look, modern buildings and for its exciting shopping destinations. But don't be fooled, this modern city has plenty of attractions, from Chinese cultural folk villages, vibrant art exhibits and theme parks.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Window of the World is a theme park full of miniature landmarks and a fun evening trip for any traveller. Take pictures in front of the replicas of sites such as the Eiffel Tower and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Locals in Shenzhen come from all over China, but years ago it was home to many Cantonese and Hakka residents and it’s this is the cuisine that locals love. Try Cantonese Dim Sum, a local favourite of small dishes enjoyed with tea and usually consisting of shrimp dumplings, rice porridge and steamed pork.
The official currency of Shenzhen, China is the Renminbi (RMB).
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