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Exploring Shenzhen Museum

Take a step back in time and explore Shenzhen’s deep and rich history at the Shenzhen Museum. Found in the nearby Futian district, at Shi Min Zhong Xin Metro station, this cultural centre is located inside City Hall. Exhibitions here include relics from early Pearl River settlements, Qing Dynasty artifacts, and Special Economic Zone documentation from the 1970s.

Accommodations near Shenzhen Museum

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Shenzhen is the Shenzhen Honggui Hotel, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Grand Hyatt Shenzhen in Shenzhen as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Shenzhen Museum

- Dongmen Pedestrian Street

When it comes to cheap goods, there is no place better than Dongmen Pedestrian Street. Here, tourists will be mesmerised by the crowded shopping lanes and stalls which sell a range of products, from clothing to accessories. Despite its reputation for counterfeit material, Dongmen Pedestrian Street retailers usually hide these items from view. The central Luohu, four-star Bauhinia Hotel is less than one kilometre from this shopping strip.

- Shun Hing Square

The modern Shun Hing Square is a large skyscraper in the heart of Shenzhen. Until September 2011, it was the tallest building in the city. Nevertheless, Shun Hing Square is still an impressive piece of architecture, standing at more than 380 metres in height. At the top of the building rests the Meridian View Center Observation Deck and the annexe boasts five floors of shopping fun.

Transportation near Shenzhen Museum

Shenzhen’s public transportation system consists of an underground metro train service and a bus network. The Shenzhen Metro is made up of five lines and a total of 137 stations spread across the city. Cheaper than the metro, the bus system is a comfortable way to explore the city. Most buses are air-conditioned and operate every few minutes, so commuters don’t usually have to wait long for a connection.

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