Shenzhen Grand Hotel

Address: North Huaqiang Road, Xiandai Zhichuang Mansion, Suit A, 27F, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on North Huaqiang Road, Xiandai Zhichuang Mansion, Suit A, 27F, Futian District, Shenzhen, is near Happy Kingdom, Splendid China Park, China Folk Culture Village, and Queen Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden

A travel blog entry by whatagreatwall on Jul 02, 2014

19 photos

... highly recommend this pair of destinations to anyone who visits HK - they are right on the subway, but provide a peaceful and relaxing break from the city. Neither place was crowded, and they are both free to visit.

In the evening we met our friends Von and Annick for drinks and dinner. Von met us at Sevva, a rooftop bar in Central with ...

Is this China?

A travel blog entry by ccmurray on Jun 13, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Following an early arrival we got tickets for the rail into town. From there they offered a free shuttle bus service to certain areas and luckily for us, one stop was about 20 feet from the entrance to our building. We stayed in a hostel called Homy Inn. We had a private room though, so it felt nothing like a hostel. It was small, but nice, very clean. I would definitely stay there again. Although, if you're tall like Rick be careful. The bathroom area was elevated ...

Invisible Buddha

A travel blog entry by aceckctours on Mar 30, 2014

8 photos

... all we could see was a momentary glimpse of the carriages travelling in the opposite direction, otherwise the view was a white cow in a snow storm. The trip was recovered by a sudden clearing of the mist with great views across green hills to the airport and yet more skyscrapers seemingly in the middle of nowhere. We boarded the MTR and headed back to Kowloon, then taxi to Tsim Sha Tsui. Walk, ferry, ferry, bus, cable car, train, taxi. All modes of transport covered. ...


A travel blog entry by colleengcasey on Feb 27, 2014

1 photo

... was from China and he said, “No, I’m from Vietnam.”

He was traveling home to visit his friends and family. His name, which I found out halfway through the flight, was Long. I really enjoyed speaking with Long. He has traveled all throughout Asia and was giving me advice. He tries to make the trip home to Vietnam once a year. Long came to America in when he was 16-years old in 1992. He did not know any English, but quickly learned after ...

Last day.. last dash or ferry as it was..

A travel blog entry by mauza on Dec 09, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... Shue Wan.. now a quiet hamlet with seafood restaurants,pubs, small grocers etc.
It is a shock after being in the concrete jungle of Hong Kong.. Some of the local homes are clad in either tiles or recycled building materials .. piles & piles of it scattered everywhere.. no suburbia here.. mostly overgrown trees, bush , as we know it..except for the concrete pathways criss crossing the island.
In the background of ...