Named 4th most popular city in the country for travelers to stay in during the three-day New Year's Day holiday, Shenzhen provides a vast options of public destinations and recreational activities to keep its residents' life full during their staycation.
Expats and local people enjoy themselves at the 2020 Shenzhen British Day held at the Nanhai Wing of Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai in Nanshan District on Nov. 28.
Shenzhen Safari Park in Xili Subdistrict, Nanshan District saw only a few visitors during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday.
The westmost part of Shenzhen Bay is an ideal place for a slow-paced Sunday getaway as it sees less crowds and noises.
A number of premises in Futian Flower World have been relocated to the original site of a book and stationary wholesale market on Bagua Road 3, Futian District.
Pay a visit to Tanglangshan Country Park in Nanshan District, and you'll probably bump into lovely macaques by the roadside, on the mountain or in the forest.
The 21st China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) was held from Nov. 13-17 at Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center.
Celebrations featuring ethnic minorities in China were held at the Chinese Folk Culture Village to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
The annual lotus flower show kicked off at Honghu Park in Luohu District every June. Started in 1988, the annual show has always covered an area of 250,000 square meters. However, 50 new types of lotus flowers were added this year to present over 500 types.