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Q: Best things to see in Shenzhen?

I'm in China!!!

in Shenzhen for now...I know it's a very young city, but what are the hottest things worth seeing here? Any special museum, art district or anything?

9 years 34 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shenzhen

 
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outstanding modern architecture, mega shopping plazas 3 women with infants selling themselves (true)

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Is your friend that lives in SZ an idiot? If not then she ought to know where to take you and what to do... I thought you wanted to wear skimpy clothes and make out with your GF in public and not be noticed... What more would you want to do?! Laughing out loud Wink Tongue

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the best place would be "the windows of the world " i guess.tourists get cheated really easily. my friend got cheated out of 300 rmb. so be careful

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Go to Chinese Culture village, I spent a whole walking around there. Or there is window of the world, but don't get fooled by the dodgy blokes who say they can get you in cheap.

Or take a trip into the Economic Zone there are some real bargins to be had!

If you are in to coffee find a Ming Tien and order a Blue Mountain Special! (I'm addicted)

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