►Shenzhen Bay Park
Shenzhen Bay Park is a seaside urban park in Shenzhen.The park occupies a 13-kilometre long stretch of reclaimed land along the southern coast of Shenzhen on the north shore of Shenzhen Bay. It spans much of the coastline of Nanshan and Futian districts. The park is divided into two sections, namely Shenzhen Bay Coastal Recreation Zone at its South West side and Hongshulin Coastal Ecological Park at its Eastern side.The latter is situated within the Hongshulin Nature Reserve, a habitat of numerous endangered bird species and is also known for its mangrove. The entire area of the park opened on August 6, 2011, days before the 2011 Summer Universiade that took place in Shenzhen. The Hongshulin Coastal Ecological Park was opened earlier in December 2000. The entire length of the park is motor vehicle-free.Cycle paths and picnic spaces are featured along the park. The park offers a panoramic view covering the Shenzhen skyline and New Territories, Hong Kong.
►Shenzhen Talent Park
Shenzhen Talent Park is a public park located near the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center in Houhai, Nanshan District. The park, first planned in August last year, covers 770,000 square meters and features beautiful scenery, as well as dozens of seminar rooms, lecture theaters and business centers. The park opened on the day that marked the city's first Talent Day. The city has designated Nov. 1 as Talent Day, starting this year, aiming to raise people's awareness of the value of talents and their contributions to the development of the city.
►Li Xiang (Fragrant Litchi) Park
Li Xiang Park is located in the central area of Nanshan district, near Shennan Boulevard and covers a total area of 230,000 square meters. Various kinds of trees and flowers are planted in the park, and the Palmetto Palms embraced by the gentle breeze, are surrounded by blossoming cuckoos and numerous other flowers. The litchi trees, accounting for roughly a third of the park’s area, flourish with green plants and heavy fruits, and resembling a cloud burst with red color here and there. During the summer and autumn months red fruits blossom among green trees giving off a fragrant scent that fills the air throughout Li Xiang (Fragrant Litchi) Park.
Add: Intersection between Nanguang Road and Nantou Street, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Shenzhen Zhongshan Park
Shenzhen Zhongshan Park has a long history of over 80 years. In 1925, the former Bao’an County Mayor Mr. Hu Yu built the park to commemorate Mr. Sen Yat-sun. It covers an area of about 490,000 square meters, and is currently the oldest park in Shenzhen. It is a peaceful place to visit and to sit and leisurely watch lake birds and kites flying above.
Add: 42 West Zhongshan Street, the Ninth Street, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Si Hai Park
As the largest park in the Shekou area, Si Hai Park covers an area of 135,000 square meters. Many traditional Chinese pavilions, corridors, bridges, stones and banks are dotted among the Litchi trees and along the extensive water front，making the park an ideal place for fishing. The park has teahouses, bars and boating areas, where you can indulge in the intoxicating scenery of the rippling water and the gentle breeze.
Add: Opposite of Shekou Sports Center, Gong Yuan Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Dasha River Park
Named after the nearby Dasha River, the park covers an area of 312,000 square meters, and plays an important role as part of the Shenzhen Bay’s goal for urban greening. The park’s main attractions are San Sheng Square, Fang Fei Square, San Sheng Pavilion and the Feng Ling Path. In addition, the park provides recreation and fitness facilities, including a basketball and tennis court, and children’s playground (Jin Sha Bay). With the themes both of life and ecology, the park is a site of environmental protection and energy conservation. It is a picturesque environment filled with lush trees and flocks of singing birds.
Add: 8228 Beihuan Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Big Nanshan Park
Big Nanshan Mountain is in Shenzhen’s southern peninsula, and is surrounded by the Shekou Industrial Zone. The park’s main peak rises 336 meters high into the air with lush trees covering the mountain, and with a pleasant view and spectacular scenery. Climbing the tall mountain, the whole Shenzhen Bay can be viewed, including the far cityscape of the city center, Hong Kong’s Liufu Mountain Chain and Yuanlang Scenery, and the Nanshan Peninsula. Every day, tens of thousands of people climb the mountain and over 20,000 of them will dedicate time and effort to climb it during the holidays.
Add: At the foot of Big Nanshan, the junction between Dongbin Road and Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen.
►Tang Lang Mountain Country Park
With its quiet, deep and majestic qualities of an ecological garden, Tanglang Mountain attracts many people who love climbing. The total area of Tanglang Mountain Country Park is about 15,000 acres, and its main peak rises 430.8 meters above sea level. Tanglang Mountain Country Park is a natural landscape famous for its natural setting, mountain, fountains, animals and plants, all of which blend in a natural ecological environment. Visitors enjoy and protect nature as they leisurely ascend and descend the mountain.
Add: Tang Lang Mountain, Xili, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Shenzhen Bay Bridge
Shenzhen Bay Bridge is the most beautiful, quickest and busiest golden channel linking Hong Kong to the mainland. It is the main component of the Shenzhen Bay Port and Shenzhen-Hong Kong Western Corridor. The bridge, 5545 meters long and 38.5 meters wide, was built in accordance with the standards of highway construction and can accommodate six lanes in both directions. With a projected lifetime of 120 years, the bridge was built according to the highest standard in China and is the only border control point where co-location clearance is practiced.
Add: Shenzhen Bay Port, Dongbin Road, Nanshan District
►Shenzhen Bay Coastal Leisure Belt
Shenzhen Bay Coastal Leisure Belt is a 15 kilometers coastal green corridor across Futian and Nanshan. It includes a dozen different theme parks, a few companies, that specialize in organing weddings, the Crescent Noon Valley, Sports Park, and other facilities. The Belt is a fully functional public coastal zone representing an ecological system featuring unification between humans and nature. It provides residents and visitors with a multifunctional area for leisure, entertainment, fitness, tourism and a close experience of nature.
Add: Mangrove Nature Reserve
►Shenzhen Bay Sports Center
Located midway of the Shenzhen Bay Coast greenbelt, Shenzhen Bay Sports Center is an internationalized and comprehensive sports center offering facilities for badminton, basketball, swimming, tennis and basketball. It has earned its nickname, “Spring Cocoon,” from its elliptical roof with a beautiful, gently curving design, making it look like a cocoon.
Add: 3001 Binhai Avenue, Nanshan District
Metro: Line 2 to Keyuan Station Exit B; or Houhai Station, Exit A
►Nanshan Culture and Sports Center
The Nanshan Culture and Sports Center is a mass cultural and public sports facility at the district level, and it is now under renovation. The new Nanshan Culture and Sports Center will cover an area of 39,586.98 square meters and a total construction area of 62,749.84 square meters, and will include the Nanshan gymnasium, the Nanshan natatorium, theNanshan theatre and city public square.
Open hours and entrance fees:
Open hours: 7 a.m.-9 a.m. year-round
Jan.-May: 3 p.m.-9 p.m.
Jun.-Dec.: 2 p.m.-10 p.m.
Entrance fee: 40 yuan/person
Open hours: 9 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Weekdays: 50 yuan/hour (9 a.m.-4 p.m.)
After 4 p.m.: 90 yuan/hour
Weekends & holidays: 90 yuan/hour
Indoor pool: 86616818/86616828
Add: 2016-3 Nanshan Avenue, Nanshan District
Metro: Line 1 to Taoyuan Station, Exit B then walk 10 minutes to destination
►Xili Sports Center
Covering an area of 39,000 square meters, Xili Sports Center has indoor facilities for badminton, pingpong, weight-lifting, boxing, Taekwondo and ballroom dancing, as well as outdoor facilities including a swimming pool and a tennis court. It is also equipped with teahouses, bars and restaurants, meeting all types of people’s needs for fitness and recreation.
Open hours and entrance fees:
Open hours: 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
Weekdays: 45 yuan/hour (before 3 p.m.)
After 3 p.m.: 70 yuan/hour
Weekends: 70 yuan/hour
WeChat ID: xiliyumaoqiu
Add: 29 Longzhu Yi Road, Nanshan District
Metro: Line 7 to Chaguang Station , Exit D then walk to destination
►Shekou Sports Center
Open hours: 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Add: 45 Park Road, Nanshan District
Metro: Line 2 to Shuiwan Station, Exit C then walk to destination
►Overseas Chinese Town Sports Center
Founded in 1966, Overseas Chinese Town Sports Center has several tennis courts, swimming pools, badminton courts and other sports facilities.
Add: 2 East Street, Happy Valley, Overseas Chinese Town, Nanshan District
Metro: Line 1 to Overseas Chinese Town Station, Exit B then walk 15 minutes to destination
►Lishan Culture and Sports Park
Lishan Culture and Sports Park has several well-maintained and well-lit basketball courts.
Open hours and entrance fees:
Open hours: 12 a.m.-10 p.m.
200 yuan/hour (whole court)
Half court: 100 yuan/hour
Add: Intersection of Lishan Road and Xueyuan Avenue, Nanshan District
Metro: Line 7 to Xilin Lake Station, Exit B then walk to destination
►Dashahe Park Sports Center
Dashahe Park is a beautiful municipal park repurposed from a landfill. Here, various types of flowers and trees have been planted, such as oleander and linden. Besides taking a stroll, it’s also nice to go to its sports center for exercise. There are courts for badminton, tennis and basketball as well as a gymnastic field in the southern quarters.
Open hours and entrance fees:
Open hours: 7 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Weekdays: 35 yuan/30 min. (7 a.m.-5 p.m.)
After 5 p.m.: 60 yuan/30 min. (until 10:30 p.m.)
Weekends: 60 yuan/30 min.
Tennis: 25 yuan/30 min. (7 a.m.-5 p.m.)
50 yuan/30 min. (5 p.m.-10:30 p.m.)
Add: 8228 Beihuan Avenue, Shahe East Road
Metro: Line 7 to Zhuguang Station, Exit B then take a taxi to destination
►Safari Park Shenzhen
Shenzhen Safari Park was the first zoo in China to uncage its animals. With green mountains to the north as its barrier, it is like a bright pearl in the bustling metropolis. Covering an area of 158 acres, the park features more than 300 kinds of wild animals, and boasts a total of 10,000 from all over the earth. Many of these are rare animals, such as giant pandas, south China tigers, golden monkeys, Siberian tigers, flamingos, giraffes, zebras and Asian elephants. Visitors can not only get a close look at the animals and their amusing behaviors, but can also enjoy the thrilling Motorcycle and Car Stunt Show at night. The park is divided into three zones according to the living habits of the different animals. Tourists can see the uncaged animals up close through the glass corridors.Add: Xili Lake Road, Nanshan, Shenzhen, China
Opening hours: 8:30-18:00
►Litchi World Sightseeing Garden
Litchi World Sightseeing Garden, located on the banks of Xili Lake, is a heavenly landscape of lakes and mountains, and only a half hour drive from downtown Shenzhen. It is also a secluded area where urban people can enjoy nature, peace and a refreshing change. Fruit picking, arable land leasing, fishing and picnicking are available within the tourism project. There are also farmhouses offering specialties, and the Li Hu Ju hotel, providing all kinds of services and catering for occasions and events such as conferences, business, and group dinners. It is the first agricultural and ecological garden in Shenzhen with the theme of ecological leisure and botanical education.
Add: Xili Fruit Market, 5002 Shahe West Road
Opening hours: 8:00-18:00
►Shenzhen-Hong Kong Flower Center
Modeled on overseas gardening centers, the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Flower Center was renovated into a modern European style distribution center of flowers and garden products. Its formed a unique business mode of production combines floral exhibition with leisure. It has large modern agricultural facilities, a wide selection of plants and flowers, and a popular botanical science base for cultivation and production.You will be enchanted by a variety of floral plants, gardening materials and equipment while walking along a neat pleasing special flower road and gardening street with an ornamental fish exhibition center from Malaysia.
►OCT Community Greenway
OCT Community Greenway is a 16.5 kilometers long urban bicycle lane. One bike route is for daily commutes, along OCT East - Shantou Street - Xiang Shan East Street - Xiangshan Middle Street - Dujuanshan East Street - Happy Valley - Dujuanshan West Street, which strings together sensational views of OCT; the other bike route is for leisure and fitness, from circling Yanhan Mountain to circling Qing Hua Pond.
►Chang Ling Po Greenway
This section of the green way is 8.5 kilometers long. According to the principle of diversification and localization, the Greenway is beautifully planted with flowers and trees, creating a "green ribbon" visual effect.
►Shenzhen Noble Merchant Golf Club
Add: 111 (North) East Shahe Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Shenzhen Sand River Golf Club
Add: 1 East Shahe Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Xili Golf and Country Club
Add: Tang Lang Village, Xili, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
►Zhongying Yitian Holiday Movie Theatre
Add: Zhongying Yitian Holiday Movie Theatre, L3-8 Yitian Holiday Plaza, Nanshan District
►HBC Cinema Nanshan
Add: B132, Phase 1, North area of Tai Gu Cheng Garden, Nanshan District
►MCL Cinema Nanshan
Add: 5F, Garden City Center, Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District
►Poly Cinemas Nanshan
Add: 3F, Area B, Poly Culture Square, Wenxin 5th Street, Nanshan District
►Costal Cinema Nanshan
Add: 3F, Costal City, Intersection between Haide 3rd Avenue and Wenxin 5th Street, Nanshan District
►The Pacific Cineplex
Add: 3F, Kingkey Banner Center, Baishi Road, Nanshan District
►Feng Hua Theatre
Add: (Near Sihai Park) 49 Gongyuan Road, Nanshan District
Add: 110 Shekou New Street, Nanshan District
Add: Nanyou Culture Square, Dongbin Road, Nanshan District
►ACTO Digital Cinema Nanshan
Add: (Shahe Hospital) 2nd Shahe Zonghe Building, Baishizhou, Nanshan District