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Shenzhen, China wealthiest city
Golden gate mix of people
Not so long ago, in 1982, Shenzhen was a backwater with 350,000 people, tiny by urban China's standards. Today sub-provincial Shenzhen tops 11 million people. On the doorstep of Hong Kong, the modern high-altitude skyline of Shenzhen has a multiplicity of eclectic attractions from zoos and botanical gardens to beach resorts and folk museums.
The Minsk World is worth the trip to Dapeng Bay. The theme park hosts the Soviet aircraft carrier Minsk and a parade of other military paraphenalia.
Splendid China unfurls a Folk Culture Village that sports a remarkable display of architecture, objects and performances from China's 56 ethnic groups. The theme park also includes a Miniature Park with scale models of world wonders.
Window of the World is similar to the Las Vegas Strip (and Splendid China), in that it reproduces major landmarks like the Pyramids, Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal, Acropolis, Sydney Opera House and scores of other icons.
One of several Happy Valley theme parks in China, this one lures visitors to the Nanshan District of Shenzhen. Theme areas include Spanish Square, Cartoon City, Mt. Adventure, Gold Mine Town, Shangri-la Woods, Sunshine Beach, Typhoon Bay, Playa Maya Water Park and Happy Times.
Safari Park Shenzhen hasover 300 animal species, from pandas to Bengal tigers, giraffes to elephants.
Dameisha Promenade beachfront and is a foremost recreation spot in the city. With public squares and myriad food stalls, a first-rate place to stroll and chill in Shenzhen.
Escape the oppressive congestion of the core city with a few tranquil hours at Xianhu Lake Botanical Garden, a gorgeous oasis in Shenzhen.
Proof of Shenzhen's starchitect ambitions unfold at the avant-garde Cultural Center by Arata Isozaki (Kyoto Concert Hall, Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar).
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