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Exploring Futian

Shenzhen's residents describe Futian as the city's living hotspot - a place for real city life centered on the Huaqiangbei commercial district with its international brand shops and huge electronic centers. Wander down the wide palm tree-lined avenues, shopping bags in hand, before grabbing a bite to eat in one of the area's popular eateries. Before leaving, learn about China's distinct ethnic groups at the Splendid China Folk Village.

Accommodations near Futian

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

Sightseeing near Futian

- Happy Valley

Arguably the best amusement park in China, Happy Valley welcomes an enormous number of visitors each year. It is larger than Hong Kong Disneyland and boasts classic theme park rides, such as roller coasters and children’s rides. During the summer time, the Playa Maya Water Park which is attached to Happy Valley opens. The carnival-type atmosphere of the parades here makes this park a worthwhile experience and a must-visit for a family day out.

- Splendid China Folk Village

A great way to learn about Chinese history and culture is by visiting Splendid China Folk Village. Visitors will find scaled down replicas of China's historical buildings, wonderful scenes and folk customs. The most famous Chinese buildings and landmarks are here, and surrounding the exhibits are beautiful gardens with many trees and flowers.

Transportation near Futian

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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