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Q: Any decent gyms in Futian?

Hey fellas I just moved to shenzhen and Im living in Futian checkpoint looking for a decent gym around here any advice? will appreciate it.

8 years 27 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Shenzhen

 
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I almost lived by the Futian checkpoint and checked out the Four Points Sheraton.

I would call them and ask if they offer access to their facilities for a monthly fee.

This will beat the hell out of normal heath clubs in the area.

http://www.starwoodhotels.com/fourpoints/property/features/index.html?propertyID=1489

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Dong li shi shang gymnasium.

Address: M floor,Chun Huiyuan,Cai Tian South Road,Fu Tian District,Shenzhen

Tel:0755-82863822   or 0755-82867927  or  0755-83260258

PS:Some coaches may ask you to take their classes,usually they are quite expensive,so don't take the classes at first,you can choose the ones you need later after you have got familiar with the place.Genarally speaking,this gym is worth it.

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