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step into the future with tigerholidays's tickets to shenzhen

China is not just history and beautiful natural landscapes, it’s also the future – and Shenzhen is the proof for that. Jump into the plane with one of Tiger Holidays’s offers, and see for yourself what tomorrow will look like. There are few cities in the world that can boast of their modernity being their main tourist attraction – typically the two are mutually exclusive, and this is what makes Shenzhen so special.

What to Do in Shenzhen

  • Window of the World: You can see everything that’s anything in the world in just one day. This fascinating place has replicas of all architectural landmarks, from the Eiffel Tower to the Taj Mahal. It also includes sky slopes, boat rides, shows on a giant stage, fireworks in the evening – plan to spend some time here, as it’s not an experience you’ll want to rush through.
  • Amusement parks: The Window of the World may be the most famous amusement park of Shenzhen, but it’s by no means the only one worth visiting. The Chinese Folk Culture Village draws tourists from everywhere, and you have to plan so as to catch the evening shows, a staggering display of light. The Happy Valley is a traditional amusement park with rides for children and adults – one of the biggest and best in the world. The Minsk World is a military park with the Russian Minsk carrier at its center. And there are many, many more, if you have the time and the energy for them.
  • Parks and natural reserves: Life moves at such a fast pace in Shenzhen, you’ll want to take a break and enjoy the beautiful parks, and there is no shortage of places for a stroll. The Mangrove Nature Reserve is well maintained, and a favorite of the locals for exercise and relaxation. The Botanical Garden is absolutely huge – you can get lost for a whole day among the plants, and still not see everything it has to offer.
  • Wutong Mountain: You don’t want to leave Shenzhen without climbing Wutong, the second highest peak of the Pearl Delta. It’s a place frequently mentioned in Chinese poetry, and you’ll understand why when you see it. Fortunately, there are many trails to take you to the top, and of varying difficulty, so it can be a challenge for the seasoned hiker, but it’s still accessible for those without much training.  

Shenzhen first gained popularity with domestic tourists, and is now one of China’s premier destinations. As foreigners have also started to learn about it, you’ll want to get your Tiger Holidays tickets today, before the city becomes flooded by foreigners.

When to Visit Shenzhen

The best months to enjoy a visit to Shenzhen are October, November, and December. In summer, the temperatures can be extremely high, and, combined with the tropical humidity of the coastline, the whole experience can be quite unpleasant – not to mention that it’s also typhoon season. Spring is milder, but frequently plagued by storms.

This leaves only three months per year when you can enjoy a visit to Shenzhen to the fullest, so don’t wait up, book your Tiger Holidays tickets today, as there’s not much time, and seats sell like hotcakes.

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