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Sightseeing Routes

Shenzhen is known as one of the top ten garden cities in the world due to its long coastline and high forest coverage. It also enjoys the reputation of being China’s shopping paradise because it is a bustling and integrated city that combines culture, tourism, holiday, leisure, gastronomy, convention, exhibition and business. We are committed to providing participants with a relaxing and enjoyable journey. Therefore, we offer a wide range of tour routes to enable participants and their companions to know Shenzhen and China better during their stay

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1.Bay Area Maritime Tour

The route of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge includes the following stops: SCT Terminal - Nansha Port - Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

Taking Shenzhen's new business card, the Bay Cruise Terminal, as the starting and ending point, the "Bay Area Maritime Tour" cruise route passes through several areas, including Shekou Bay Cruise Terminal, SCT Terminal, Nansha Port, Baihaidao Island, and Niutou Island. Furthermore, it crosses the majestic and modern wonder, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.
The total duration of the cruise is 3 hours, providing an opportunity to admire the SCT Terminal from a distance and experience the mystique and grandeur of the maritime industry. Guests can also enjoy the breathtaking sunset and the captivating view of the setting sun against the backdrop of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. From the unique perspective of the sea, they can experience the "Shenzhen speed" and appreciate the value of the Greater Bay Area and the Maritime Silk Road, as well as the distinct charm that makes Shenzhen shine on the world stage.
Visiting date: April 20th.
Fee:RMB680
Notes:
1.The cost includes transportation by coach, boat tickets, an English-speaking guide, and insurance.
2.The cost does not include any expenses not mentioned in the "included" section above.

2. A tour of Hakka culture and cuisine

Gankeng Hakka Town

Gankeng Hakka Town originated from Gankeng Village (also known as Gankeng Laowei) during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is a Hakka walled village with a long history and is recognized as one of the top ten ancient villages in Shenzhen.

Gankeng Hakka Town showcases the local Hakka folk customs, Hakka walled village architecture, Hakka folk art, traditional Hakka cuisine, and the picturesque scenery of the Hakka countryside. Visitors can immerse themselves in Hakka folk customs such as Qilin dance and dragon dance, explore the distinctive Hakka round houses, and indulge in a variety of Hakka delicacies. These delicacies include ai ban, jishiteng ban, salt-baked chicken, Hakka pot dishes, san Ji Di soup, pig stomach stuffed with chicken, and stuffed tofu.

Visiting date: April 23rd.
Fee:RMB350
Notes:
1.The cost includes transportation by coach, an English-speaking guide, and insurance.
2.The cost does not include any expenses not mentioned in the "included" section above.

3. A Journey through Lingnan Charm

Chen's Lineage Hall+To To Kui+Building overhang+SaiKwanMansion

Lingnan culture refers to the traditional culture of the Lingnan region in China. Among the traditional clan temples in Lingnan, Chen's Lineage Hall stands out as the best-preserved and exquisitely decorated ancestral hall. Spanning an area of 15,000 square meters, it showcases a remarkable collection of 284 architectural sculptures, each representing the profound cultural heritage of China spanning thousands of years.

Lingnan cuisine, which originated over 2,000 years ago, has evolved into one of the four major Chinese culinary styles. Yum cha, also known as Cantonese-style morning tea, is a distinctive delicacy of Lingnan cuisine. When you visit To To Kui, a teahouse with a history of over a hundred years, you can indulge in delicious dianxin (dim sum).

To To Kui is situated in the old city district of Guangzhou, offering the opportunity to explore the nearby arcade-style buildings after enjoying your yum cha. The Xiguan area of Guangzhou preserves well-maintained buildings such as Xiguan mansions, surrounded by a beautiful environment with lush trees. It is conveniently within walking distance from To To Kui.

Visiting date: April 21st.
Fee: RMB650
Notes:
1. The cost includes transportation by coach, entrance tickets, lunch (120 RMB per person), an English-speaking guide, and insurance.
2.The cost does not include any expenses not mentioned in the "included" section above.

4. Intangible Cultural Heritage Experience: Shangchuan Lion Dance Culture

Shenzhen Huang Lian-Sheng Memorial Hall + Shangchuan Huang Lian-Sheng Lion Dance Martial Arts Troupe Performance + Lion Dance Experience

The Lion Dance is a traditional Han ethnic folk culture that encompasses martial arts, dance, music, and other elements. It is an integral part of Cantonese culture.

The Shangchuan "Huang Liansheng" Lion Dance originated in the late Qing Dynasty and experienced its heyday in the 1970s. It was created by a local martial arts master named Huang Liansheng. The Shangchuan Lion Dance style, developed by Master Huang Liansheng, places great emphasis on the integration of martial arts and lion dancing, making it a distinct genre within Southern Lion Dance. Master Huang Liansheng not only taught martial arts and lion dancing to his disciples but also possessed excellent medical skills and upheld justice, earning him the reputation as a master of his generation.

The Shangchuan Lion Dance is primarily preserved and passed down in Shanghe Village, Bao'an District, Shenzhen. His disciples have further propagated this art form to places such as Hong Kong, the Netherlands, and India, where the tradition continues to thrive. In 2021, the Shangchuan "Huang Liansheng" Lion Dance was selected as a national intangible cultural heritage project.

Recommended visiting date: April 24th.
Fee: RMB870
Notes:
1. The cost includes transportation by coach, entrance tickets for performances, an English-speaking guide, and insurance.
2. The cost does not include any expenses not mentioned in the "included" section above.