Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport is the main airport serving the Guangdong Province of China. Other airports that serve the area known as the Pearl River Delta are Hong Kong International Airport and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. Located 32 km from the city center, Shenzhen Airport serves as a hub for Shenzhen Airlines, and is a focus city for China Southern Airlines and Hainan Airlines. Shenzhen is accessible from Hong Kong via the public train network; however, Shenzhen Airport has a wider variety of flight options to Chinese cities and offers cheaper ticket prices. The airport also offers a direct ferry route to Hong Kong where passengers can transit without going through immigration and customs checks. Inaugurated in 1991, Shenzhen Airport underwent a massive refurbishment and now has a new terminal that consists of a main building and two corridors, forming a cross shape. There are a wide variety of shopping and dining options, duty-free shopping, and even a playground for children.
Near the baggage areas at Terminal C is the General Traffic Center (GTC) where buses and taxis are located. The metro (train network) will take you from the airport to the city center via the Metro Line 1 in 50 minutes and costs Chinese yuan (CNY) 6. There are also airport shuttle buses, which run from 7 am to 11.30 pm, that go to different locations within the city. The schedule and timings can be found once you reach the airport. Taxis are also widely available at the GTC and may cost approximately CNY120, depending on your exact location. Within the city, the Shenzhen Metro is the most convenient way to travel. The trains are frequent and operate until 11 pm. Travelers are advised to buy a stored value card for metro travel, which is a convenient alternative to buying individual tokens for every trip.
Shenzhen is one of most densely populated and wealthiest cities in China. Many visitors flock to Shenzhen for its theme parks, such as Window of the World, Happy Valley Theme Park, or Sea World Shekou China. As one of the UNESCO Creative Cities, Shenzhen is also starting to become recognized for its architecture and cultural scene. Some of the famous green spaces include the Lianhua Mountain Park, Fairy Lake Botanical Gardens, or the Wutong Mountain National Park, where you can picnic, hike, or look out for wildlife in their natural habitat. Shenzhen is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in China – visit during the October to December periods when the weather starts to cool!
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