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Shenzhen Civic Centre

  • Shenzhen Civic Centre

Standing out from the beautifully designed skyscrapers and greenspaces is the Shenzhen Civic Centre, with its unique architecture. Designed like a bird in flight, this structure is gigantic, and is home to shops, a museum, and a book store.

The vast space around the Civic Centre allows for many people to congregate, room for rollerblading, a group breakdancing, kids riding their bikes, little camps of musicians and just drinking tea.

You can walk all the way along and through the Civic Centre, as the wide boulevard reaches as far north as Lianhuashan Park, where families spent their day picnicing and flying kites. (There are some marvellous kites out there)

Place Categories: Attractions, Feature, and Futian District.

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About Shenzhen Geek Trails

See Shenzhen in your own time and at your own speed.

A travel guide for Shenzhen (in Guangdong China) written by an introverted geek for an introverted geek. Not your standard commercial tourist fare, but a selection of interesting places where an introvert can explore on their own, or with a friend. And quiet spaces to reflect and introspect.

This includes travelling tips about how to get around, as well as getting to and from Shenzhen via Hong Kong International Airport.

I've recently completed my third visit to Shenzhen in just over a year. It is a beautiful modern city, with lots of green space to relax in.