Shenzhen Friendship Hotel

Address: No.3011 Jiabin Road, Luohu District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518001, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the East Gate area of Shenzhen, is near Happy Kingdom, Queen Spa, Mission Hills Golf Club, and Minsk World.
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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

Last day In Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by lesleyandalan on May 15, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... districts of Hong Kong Island. It was opened in October 1993, having cost HK$245 million to build, six times the original estimate. The system is not a single continuous escalator, it is a series of 20 escalators and 3 inclined moving walkways, connected in places by footbridges, and with 14 entrances and exits and takes about 20 minutes. Flight tonight at 23.25 HK into ...

Where's My Segway?

A travel blog entry by karsenault on Nov 22, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... to cross because you have to walk up two blocks of stairs, across about four more city blocks (think +15 style) then down another two blocks. It's exhausting. Just as I was beginning to get frustrated with Kowloon's (the district I'm in) Honolulu-LA attitude, I stumbled across the harbour and onto Hong Kong Island. More malls. More highways. .....AND THEN...victory! Tiny, serpentine streets! Hidden alleyways! ...

The Peak

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers on Apr 30, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... reason the Chinese omit levels 14 and 24 in buildings - the Chinese words for 14 and 24 mean "easily dies" and "definitely dies". Late morning we headed towards Soho ( South of Hollywood Rd ) to experience the world's longest outdoor escalator (in fact more of a travellator). Quite remarkable as it transports more than 50,000 people a day. After a trip up the escalator, a quick gelato to refresh in the warmth and ...

In Defense of the U.S. Pt. 2

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 22, 2014

... it's just not in the cards at the moment. I can tell you from first-hand observations and conversations that the U.S. is so much more open than you think (I really can't stress that enough).

"But I went to Europe, and they're so open there! You can drink beer on the streets! They can actually agree on issues!" That's great! You're right, many places in Europe are open, for whites of varying opinions and sexualities. You know the big difference between the U.S. ...

The Peak

A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer on Jan 03, 2014

5 comments, 3 photos

... in the nick of time! We were on the edge of our seats as well as literally on the edge of the cliff so hardly dared look down! Not sure of the height of the peak but when we finally got to the top, we were probably twice the height of the tons of tower blocks that make up the Hong Kong skyline below! Beautiful views all around and strangely reminded me of Rio de Janeiro! We took the tram back down to the bottom and realised the bus was actually the better option so ...