InterContinental Shenzhen

Address: No.9009 Shennan Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518053, China | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Science and Technology Park area of Shenzhen, is near Window of the World, Splendid China Park, China Folk Culture Village, and Shenzhen Art Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

      First Match, 10,000 Buddhas, Ladies Market

      A travel blog entry by lisacoates on Jul 05, 2014

      7 comments, 8 photos

      ... that one of the best places to watch the women's final of Wimbledon was back at the Hong Kong Football Club. They have a sports bar, one of five bars in the club, that you access through a hall of fame tunnel filled with historic photographs for every sport that you can imagine. The bar sits on the inner side of the horse race track. Unfortunately our beloved Eugenie lost in 2 straight sets but Kvitova was on fire. Her passing cross courts were unbelievable. ...

      In Defense of the U.S. Pt. 2

      A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 22, 2014

      ... don't want to take that chance and use primarily white teachers.

      Bear in mind that my experiences aren't everywhere. Like I said, places like Shenzhen are different from Chongqing, where people are literally scared of black people. Not, "maybe they'll steal from me" scared, either, more like "they have diseases and if they come near me I might die". Also, all the things I say are generalizations--they don't occur in all parts of China, and not all are ...

      Arriving in Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by clagolzo on Apr 11, 2014

      2 photos

      ... I assumed that as a tour guide coming through for a day or two every few weeks they'd have a special visa people in that situation could use and get through with less hassle. I assumed wrong. We were all already on the Hong Kong side, changing our Chinese yuan into Hong Kong dollars and settling up for the joint gift we'd all got for Leah in Yangshuo, when we found out we weren't going to be able to give it to her at all because there'd been some ...

      Another North Korean anecdote

      A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Dec 18, 2013

      ... for public display. After the death of Kim Jong-Il his own embalmed body was added to the collection of dead despots for public viewing. The building is magnificent and it's indulgence is particularly obscene considering North Korea's starving population. A series of painfully slow moving walkways take you from the cloak room to the corpse rooms. While travelling on the walk way you are presented with a plethora of propaganda. Pictures ...

      Halfway home!

      A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Oct 02, 2013

      9 photos

      ... similarly be-stickered exhausted-looking travellers, who walks us, very slowly, waving a lighted torch, through miles of corridor (back past Left Luggage) and delivers us to a sort of airport lounge area where we are told to take a seat and wait for our hotel to be called. Some drivers come and call, "Peninsula Hotel!" but of course we get the shy one who wants to go to each person (not in any sort of order, just randomly) and look at their ticket and ...