Folk Culture Village
The main attraction in this park is a scaled-down version of the entire country, though the word ‘miniature' barely applies. The park encompasses 24 villages, complete with recreated traditional houses, cobblestone streets, and scale models of sites like the Forbidden City, the Great Wall and the Potala Palace.
China's first safari park is enormous, playing host to 10,000 animals representing hundreds of species. Beyond the safari-themed rides and animal-viewing opportunities, the park also features circus acts, an amusement park and an aquarium. Touristy and intensely Chinese, this park floods with tourists during the National Holiday in October.
Shenzhen's beaches are situated on the Dapeng Peninsula. Locals are enthusiastic about Chinese Geographic Magazine recognition in 2006, when it named Dapeng Peninsula one of China's top-10 most beautiful coastlines. The beaches here are best visited during the summer.
Shenzhen became a Chinese golfing mecca soon after its early development in the 1970s. Golf enthusiasts today consider it one of the best places in China to enjoy the sport. Among its many famous greens is Mission Hills Golf Course, the world's largest golf course with a staggering 216 holes.