Travel Guide
Experiencing sea, mountains along hiking trails
During workday rush hours, the Dasha River Ecological Corridor, running through the Nanshan District from the north to the south, is always bustling with commuters on bikes. As the corridor connects the business centers of the Shenzhen Bay area and Shenzhen Hi-Tech Industrial Park in Yuehai Subdistrict with the higher education block of Shenzhen University Town in Xili Subdistrict, the ecological corridor not only relieves traffic pressure but also provides a healthy slow traffic system for bike commuters. At dawn and dusk every day, joggers, alone or in groups, run along the banks of the corridor to enjoy a healthy life.
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Niche hiking trails, locations in SZ
Keep the following list handy that maps out some of the less crowded routes and destinations in Shenzhen, and make a plan for an outdoor weekend.
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Explore west SZ with Metro Line 12, far north with Line 6 spur
Nicknamed "King of Transfer," Line 12, with 33 stations, covers most areas in the far west Shenzhen and encourages passengers to explore more places via transfer stations on lines 1, 2, 5, 9 11 and 20.
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Enjoy a Hakka trip via Metro Line 16
The opening of Shenzhen Metro Line 14 on Oct. 28 has made traveling to Pingshan and Longgang easier. Shenzhen's quest for an ever-more extensive Metro system continues as Line 16 started operation Wednesday, through which passengers can quickly get to more places in Pingshan and Longgang.
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