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Address:No. 1 Chunfeng Lu, Luohu District.
Address:Huaqiang North Rd, Futian Dist.
SEG Electronics Market is the kind of place that techies enter and vanish never to be seen again. It’s housed in two buildings (a third one functions as the SEG Digital Market) on Huaqiang Bei Lu. The largest building has eight floors and is on the corner of Huaqiang Bei Lu and Huaqiang Zhong Lu.
Address:No. 1001 Shennan Avenue, Luohu District
Shenzhen is young and magic city ,only you cannt imagine,otherwise you can find all kind of food you like. if you want to try light food ,Guangdong soup,sea food , or want to hot ,spicy food ,there are so many Sichuan ,and Hunan food restuant ....
Try it , then you never regret when you are in shenzhen
Almost every street in Shenzhen is accssible by bus or minibus. Excellent maps are available for purchase which show all of the city’s bus routes. Buy one if you intend to make use of the bus system. Bus fares within the area of Luohu, Futian and Nanshan districts cost from 1-6RMB depending on where you are going.
Address:Unit A, 1F, Shenzhen Development Centre, 2010 Renmin South Rd., Luohu Dist.
Tandoor Indian Restaurant serves Jain and South Indian food, in a comfortable setting and at reasonable prices. The food is good standard Indian cuisine and the service is efficient. There is also a good selection of Nan breads, Indian drinks and, of course, Bollywood hits on the TV. A meal for two will cost around RMB150.
How to get there
Address:No. 1085 Heping Lu, Luohu District.
There are several entry points to Hong Kong in Shenzhen. The most useful to visitors are Luohu , Huanggang and Shenzhen Bay border checkpoints， and Shekuo port.
From the Airport:
To get to Hong Kong from Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport please refer to To and From the Airport.
Hours:11am – 2am
Address:Shop No.118, Seaworld, Shekuo, Nanshan Dist.
No city is complete without an Irish bar and Shenzhen has McCawleys to give the city's drinkers a slice of Hibernia in Asia. This is a popular spot for Shenzhen's expats to drink, eat and watch sports events. The bar is predictably very woody and decked out with the paraphernalia of Ireland. There are two floors, a roof garden and outdoor seating.
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