Serviced Apartments in Shenzhen
Overlooking Daya Bay, it showcases historical relics such as fortress gates, sections of ancient walls, alleys paved with stone slates, century-old temples, and mansions of admirals from the Qing Dynasty.
Admiral Lai's Mausoleum
Near Dapeng Fortress, it was built for Admiral Lai Enjue, a famous commander during the Opium Wars in the mid-1800s, adorned with well-preserved stone sculptures.
Hakka Folk Customs Museum
Built in 1817, it is one of the best-preserved Hakka-styled residential buildings.
Nantou Ancient City
Located in Jiujietou Village in Nanshan District, the remains of the ancient city is a testimony to Shenzhen's ancient civilization. A museum showcases dozens of excavated artefacts.
Chiwan Tianhou Temple
First built in the Song Dynasty, it is the largest temple dedicated to the worship of Tianhou (Heavenly Queen) in Guangdong Province.
Located in Pingshan in Longgang District, it is a well-preserved ancient temple dedicated to the worship of two ancient emperors.
Located in Sea World, Club VIVA Shekou is adventurous not just in the different styles of music played in line with the latest music trends, but also with the new cocktails and snacks in a menu that is refreshed regularly.
Located in Sea World, it serves American and Thai food to guests who may choose to dine in the accompaniment of a live band or in serenity by the large balcony.
McCawley’s Shekou Irish Pubs
Located in Sea World, this Irish pub with a rooftop garden is one of the most authentic Irish pubs in China with a full dining menu that is famous for its Steak and Guinness Pie.
Located in Sea World, Kafelaku Coffee breeds its very own musk tigers for their products that is recognised as one of the rarest, most unique and expensive coffees due to the complex processing techniques.
Located in Sea World, this coffee joint also serves tea, juices, waffles and cakes.
Located in Sea World Square, this is a mesmerizing water show not to be missed.
A famously scenic spot at the foot of Big Nanshan Mountain near Moon Bay, it possesses interesting vegetation and is a member of the Ten Major Attractions of Shenzhen.
Opposite Hong Kong, the 660,000 sqm Shenzhen Garden Expo Park is a five-star park integrating garden horticulture, mass culture, popular science, research and exhibitions.
Fairy Lake Botanical Garden
Situated in the eastern suburbs of Shenzhen, it is divided into 17 Special Gardens, housing more than 7,800 species of plants in its 588 hectares.
Shenzhen Bay Mangrove Park
Located in Shenzhen Bay, it is the only nature reserve in an urban centre in all of China that holds a paradise for birds and plants, making it a great place for people to relax.
Shenzhen Lotus Hill Park
One of the most popular parks in Shenzhen, it is well-known for its stunning vista from atop Lianhua Mountain, which the famous statue of Deng Xiao-Ping stood and peach blossoms can be found fully bloomed in spring.
Dedicated to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, who is represented by a large sculpture at the park’s main entrance, the park also displays sculptures of local historical heroes from ancient and modern times by renowned artists.
Haojing Seafood Restaurant
Located in New Times Plaza, it serves value-for-money Cantonese food, which is highly popular for its morning and afternoon teas.
Located in Garden City, it is a fine dining restaurant famous for its seafood served from atop the roof with a garden view.
Fen Cai Sichuan Food
Located in Garden City, it serves food with that added spice, while providing the option to tone it down for those who are not accustomed to spiciness.
Miu Shi Sichuan Food
Located in Gong Yuan Road South, it serves Sichuan fare with service staff wearing costumes from the Qing Dynasty.
Hunan Food Restaurant
Located in Gong Yuan Road South, the restaurant serves spicy Hunan food, and is popular with people who love that extra oomph.
Jia Tai Porridge Chaoshan Food
Located along Wang Hai Road, it serves porridge with mixed shrimp and other seafood that comforts the stomach.
Located along Taizi Road, it is a popular restaurant serving Hakka cuisine. It is most well-known for its black pork and marinated food.
Located in Shekou, it houses about more than 100 shops selling ladies fashion and beauty care products, eateries, Walmart, a cinema and a gym.
Housing many popular brands such as UNI-QLO, Espirit, Levi’s, Sony, Apple, Sephora, amongst others, Coast City also has a wide variety of dining options comprising both Western and Asian cuisine, not to mention the cinema, video arcade and an ice skating rink.
Located at Shenzhen Bay, this new mall features a boutique supermarket, a 1,200 seat five star theatre, and brand names such as OMEGA watches, GAP, H&M, Charles & Keith, Starbucks, Costa Coffee and many others.
MixC Shopping Mall
MixC (pronounced Mix City) is near Da Ju Yuan subway station, and is one of the most up-scale shopping centres in Shenzhen, featuring a food court, cinema and ice skating rink.
Century Plaza Wholesale Clothing
Located in Century Square and known mostly to only locals, this is the go-to place for discount and wholesale clothes shopping.
Luohu Commercial City
Located directly across the Shenzhen Railway Station, this mall has five floors packed with independent retailers selling a diverse mix of goods, such as men’s, women’s and children’s fashion, electronics, toys, watches, jewellery, amongst others.
Shenzhen History Museum (New)
Located on the east wing of Shenzhen Civic Centre, an advanced digital museum that showcases the history and folk culture of Shenzhen using RFID, audio guides, information touch screens, and electronic bulletins.
Shenzhen Ancient Art Museum (Old)
Its permanent exhibitions are Marine Organisms, Wild Animal Specimens, relics and local and international artworks.
Shenzhen Art Museum
Housing 2,384 masterpieces, its permanent collection includes contemporary and indigenous artworks.
Guan Shanyue Art Museum
With nine exhibition halls, the Museum showcases about 1,800 pieces of artwork with a theme that focuses on the study of the artist Guan Shanyue, 20th century Chinese art as well as contemporary art, amongst others.
Located at the Overseas Chinese Town, Shenzhen, it houses scaled- down replicas of China's historical buildings, wonderful scenes and folk customs, in exhibits that are also positioned to replicate their geographical locations.
Chinese Folk Culture Village
It is the perfect place to learn about the various folk cultures of China, appreciate the distinctive architecture of ethnic groups, try local snacks and shop for handicrafts.
He Xiangning Art Museum
Fraser Place Shekou Shenzhen
Easily accessible to many major commercial buildings, shopping malls, the Sea World Entertainment Belt as well as three international schools, Fraser Place Shekou is well- located for business and leisure activities. Close to Shekou Cruise Home Port, its convenient location and excellent transport links help you get around the city easily and comfortably.
Fraser Place Shekou Shenzhen
No.1033 Nanhai Road
Shekou 518067, Shenzhen
People’s Republic of China
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the Vicinity
- Major commercial buildings such as Time Plaza, Offshore Petroleum Building, the Financial Centre (2 minutes by foot)
- Famous Entertainment Belt Sea World Plaza (3 minutes by foot)
- Gateway One Shopping Mall (3 minutes by foot)
- 24-hour convenience store (1 minute by foot)
- Park N Shop Supermarket (5 minutes by foot)
- Walmart Supermarket (5 minute by car)
- Three International Schools (3 minutes by car)
- CanAM International Medical Centre
- SOS (3 minutes by car)
- Sea World Station (2 minutes by foot)
- Shekou Cruise Home Port (8 minutes by car)
You can take the subway to reach all the important places in Shenzhen. The nearest subway station would be Sea World, a 5-minute walk from Fraser Place Shekou, Shenzhen.
Shekou Ferry Terminal is a 5-minute ride by taxi. It can take you to Hong Kong, Macau and Hong Kong International Airport.
Bus station “Haiyang Dasha” is a 3-minute walk away.
The nearest train station is in Luo Hu. The railway connects you to different places in China.
By High Speed Rail
Located in Shenzhen North Station, this is an environmentally friendly way to get to other cities in China.
Getting to Fraser Place Shekou, Shenzhen
- From Shekou Ferry Terminal: A 5-minute taxi ride costs around RMB15.
- From Baoan International Airport: A 45-minute taxi ride costs around RMB100.
Shenzhen is located in the southern region of Guangdong Province, on the eastern shore of the Pearl River Delta. Near the Pearl River Delta and Hong Kong, Shenzhen's location gives it a geographical advantage for economic development. More than 30 years ago, it was a small fishing village called Baoan County. All that changed when in 1980, the first Special Economic Zone of China was built in this city. From then on, Shenzhen underwent phenomenal economic growth and is one of the most economically advanced cities in China today.
Boasting a number of excellent theme parks such as the Chinese Folk Culture Village, the Window of the World, Happy Village and Splendid China, visitors will be able to catch a glimpse of China’s long history and varied cultures. The city also has many public parks where one can go to unwind, and several art and history museums to enjoy. Its dining scene offers a palette of flavours from all parts of China, so one can really experience much of China in this small city.
Essential Facts About Shenzhen
Shenzhen’s average temperature is 22°C (72°F), with a maximum temperature of 39°C (102°F), and a minimum temperature 2°C (36°F).
GMT +8 hours
There are different types of visas for foreigners entering China. They are:
- Tourist (L)
- Business (F/M)
- Student (X)
- Work (Z)
- Talent (R)
- Family Reunion (Q)
- Private Visit (S)
- Transit (G)
- Crew (C)
- Resident (D)
- Journalist (J-1, J-2)
Please visit http://www.travelchinaguide.com/embassy/visa.htm for more information.
The unit currency is Renminbi (RMB), which comes in denominations of one, two, five, 10, 20, 50 and 100. Credit cards are widely accepted at larger establishments.
Based on different taxable goods and services, different flat rates and zero rates are adopted.
Tipping is not commonly practised in China. Most hotels automatically add a 15% service charge to the total bill.
Banks and government offices:
Mondays to Fridays, 08:30 to 17:00 hours
Saturdays and Sundays, 09:00 to 16:00 hours
Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours
Shops and department stores, may vary but mostly:
Mondays to Sundays: 9:00 to 22:00 hours, including public holidays.
An international clinic, Canam, is located close to Fraser Place Shekou, Shenzhen. An SOS clinic is a ten-minute walk away.
China Mobile and China Unicorn are popular service providers in China. SIM cards and pre-paid cards are available from kiosks along the streets.
Spring Festival, Qing Ming Festival, Labour Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, Christmas Day, National Day and New Year’s Day.