Explore Shenzhen | Viewing SZ from above the clouds
From: Shenzhen Daily
While you may be familiar with many of Shenzhen’s iconic city views, it’s likely that if seeing them from above, you would find them less familiar. Come join us for a quick look at some of these views from an above-the-clouds perspective.
The Diwang Building and KK 100 in Caiwuwei, Luohu District are both among the city’s most famous landmarks. Together, they form a magnificent view for passers-by to behold, whether it’s a sunny or rainy day.
On top of Xiaowutong Mountain, which is a popular hiking destination among Shenzhen residents, quietly stands the Shenzhen TV Tower. With its distinct look, the tower is as prominent when shrouded in clouds as when seen from afar on a sunny day.
You must have marveled at the Ping An Finance Center every time you walk past it. Watching from above the clouds, this landmark in central Futian District looks equally impressive.
Now it’s time for a bird’s eye view of Binhai Boulevard, one of the arteries of Shenzhen’s traffic network. White clouds, lush greenery along the boulevard and the orderly flow of vehicles make up an urban view available only in a few metropolises.
Before we wrap up the on-the-air tour, let’s take a look at the Shenzhen Universiade Center. This facility in Longgang District, known for its complete facilities, is an urban wonder in northeast Shenzhen.