If you are visiting Shenzhen and want to behold a vast collection of historic sites and relics without travelling far, take a weekend trip to Macao. It can be reached by a one-hour ferry trip from Shenzhen Shekou Port. Find out more in the Shenzhen Daily article Macao’s abundance of historic relics.
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Baishuizhai is a mountainous scenic area is about 200 kilometers from Shenzhen boasting waterfalls, weathering landforms, enchanting forests, hot springs, mountains and lakes. Find out more in the Shenzhen Daily article Wonderland of Baishuizhai.
Quzhou, a historic and cultural city in western Zhejiang Province, is expecting more travelers from Shenzhen and other Pearl River Delta cities with the opening of more flights to the city. Quzhou has more than 1,800 years of history and is now a State-level historic and cultural city. Find out more in the Shenzhen Daily article Historic city invites SZ travelers.
The new high speed rail service between Wuhan and Shenzhen has commenced, with the entire trip taking only 4 hours and 13 minutes. The new line connects Wuhan to Guangzhou and Guangzhou to Shenzhen, and departs from the Shenzhen North Railway Station where there is a direct connection with the Shenzhen Metro. It makes it easy to visit Wuhan from Shenzhen, as well as other major places of interest such as Changsha.
China is globally famous for its tea culture. Chaozhou Kongfu tea, from Guangdong Province, is just one of the many different varieties produced and taken in China. To get the very best from a good cup of tea, everything must be right – the water, the heating, the tea leaves, the tea sets, the brewing, and even the way of drinking. The elegant Chaozhou tea ceremony is listed as a national intangible cultural heritage and reflects Chaozhou culture. To find out how you can taste this culture see the CNTV Culture Express story Chaozhou festival displays tea culture.