Xiwan Mangrove Park, an ideal spot to watch the sunset
At just over 900-meter tall, Wutong Mountain is the tallest mountain in Shenzhen, making it a mecca for hikers and climbers. This has been a recognized beauty spot since at least the Ming Dynasty when it was included in the Eight Great Views of Xin'an County and was celebrated in poetry.
In Dongchong, the southernmost tourist destination on the Dapeng Peninsula in southeast Shenzhen, there is a hidden gem on the coast — the Dongchong Mangrove Wetland Park.
Located at the north end of Songbai Road in Guangming District, Honghua Hill Park has beautiful scenery and fresh air which make it an ideal destination for fun. It is also delicately timbered and has two connected hilltops as a signature view.
A coastal leisure belt connecting Bao'an CBD and Qianhai opened to the public Tuesday, according to Shenzhen Special Zone Daily.
The number of nature protected areas (excluding two marine nature reserves) in Shenzhen (excluding Shenshan Special Cooperation Zone) reached 23, with a total area of about 44,309.11 hectares (equivalent to around 62,032 football pitches), according to the Shenzhen integration and optimization plan of nature reserves issued recently by the Shenzhen Municipal Planning and Natural Resources Bureau.