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Q: Where can I store luggage in Shenzhen for a week?

I will be traveling for at least one week and don't want to take my luggage around with me. Do you know of anywhere I can store it? I'm not worried about it, it contains no valuables (just clothes, shoes, misc.) but is too large to lug around during my travels... Any suggestions?

 

7 years 35 weeks ago in  General  - Shenzhen

 
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Are you staying in a hotel?  If so they will store it for you until you get back and give you a tag.  I did this many times before I got an apartment...sometimes for 2 weeks at a time.

If not you could always go to a nice hotel and ask them if they will store it for you.

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I would look after it for you, if you want.  You can buy me a pizza when you come back to collect it

 

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