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  2. Shenzhen, Wade-Giles romanization Shen-chen, city, south-central Guangdong sheng (province), southeastern China. It lies along the coast of the South China Sea and immediately north of Hong Kong. In 1979 Shenzhen was a small border city of some 30,000 inhabitants that served as a customs stop into mainland China from Hong Kong.

  3. Shenzhen - Wikipedia

    Shenzhen is a global center in technology, research, manufacturing, business and economics, finance, tourism and transportation, and the Port of Shenzhen is the world's fourth busiest container port. Shenzhen is classified as a Large-Port Megacity, the largest type of port-city in the world.

  4. Shenzhen is in a humid subtropical climate zone with wet, scorching summers and mild, sunny winters. Its coastal maritime weather is changeable and keeps the pollution away, making Shenzhen one of the better major cities of China for air quality. The best time to visit Shenzhen is from October to April. The weather during this period is pleasant with much less rainfall and the occurrence of a typhoon is very rare compared to the summer months.

  5. Shenzhen: China’s Most Competitive & Innovative City

    China’s Most Competitive & Innovative City. Shenzhen is a coastal city in the south of Guangdong Province, neighboring Daya Bay and Dapeng Bay to the east, Pearl River Estuary and Lingdingyang to the west, and Dongguan and Huizhou to the north and Hong Kong to the south. It is only 41 kilometers (25 miles) from Hong Kong.

  6. Shenzhen travel - Lonely Planet | China, Asia

    Shenzhen. The gleaming manifestation of China's economic miracle, Shēnzhèn (深圳) has risen from the marshy Pearl River Delta into one of the world's most mega megacities in less time than it took London's St Paul's Cathedral to be built. Millions of migrants have been drawn to its golden gates from the Chinese countryside since the 1980s; now, Shēnzhèn attracts high-flying tech graduates and global corporations.

  7. 20 Best Things to Do in Shenzhen, China - TripSavvy

    Nearly 50 years ago, Shenzhen was little more than a market town, but it has evolved into a city of more than 12 million people and one of China's top retail destinations. Many visitors arrive in Shenzhen to take advantage of its multitudes of shopping centers and stores that sell just about anything you can imagine. It's a great city to buy hand-tailored clothing, art replicas, and high-tech toys.

  8. 10 Helpful and Amazing Shenzhen Facts for Travelers

    Shenzhen is China's richest city. Shenzhen Qianhai area. Shenzhen is China's most affluent city with a per-capita income of about 26,000 USD, 4,000 USD more than Guangzhou, but still less than half that of Hong Kong. For comparison, Beijing's per-capita income is only 17,000 USD.