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One-day Tour
     2011-August-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A tour of natural resort and theme park

Mangrove Nature Reserve — Happy Valley

Mangrove Nature Reserve

The country’s only national nature reserve located in a city center, Mangrove Nature Reserve is a paradise for egrets and other birds. A 400-meter-long glass wall separates Binhahi Boulevard and Mangrove Nature Resort, making it a peaceful place for the avian life.

Rare plants abound at Mangrove Nature Reserve. The Shenzhen Bay area was once covered with mangrove trees, but most of them gave way to civilization and urban development.

About 100,000 migratory birds of 180 species come to the reserve during winter, of which more than 20 species are rare and protected.

The reserve attracts bird watchers as well as people who have simply come to enjoy the sea breeze.

Add: By Binhai Boulevard, Futian District(福田区滨海大道旁)

Buses: K105, K113, K204, 229, 231, 305, 317, 322, 337, 382 (Hongshulin stop 红树林站)

Happy Valley

China’s homegrown version of Disneyland, Happy Valley has an area of 170,000 square meters.

There are nine themed sections including Spanish Plaza, Cartoon City, Adventure Hill, Happy Time, Gold Mine Town, Shangri-la Forest, Hurricane Bay, Sunshine Coast and Maya Water Park.

A 3.88-km-long Happy Line, a single track train, will allow you to get a bird’s-eye view of Shenzhen Bay and the whole OCT area.

Add: Qiaocheng Road West, OCT, Nanshan District (南山区华侨城侨城西路)

Buses:101, 105, 113, 204, 209, 222, 223, 301 (Shijiezhichuang stop 世界之窗站)

Metro: Window of the World Station (世界之窗站), Exit A

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