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Splendid China Folk Village

Splendid China Folk Village

4.6/59,342 Reviews
Folk Village
Day: 10:00-18:00 (Monday to Friday); 9:30-18:00 (Saturday to Sunday); 9:00-18:00 (legal holidays). Night time: 19:00-21:00 (Monday to Friday) 19:00-21:30 (Saturday to Sunday). (Local time)
Splendid China Folk Village is composed of two parts, Splendid China Miniature Park and China Folk Culture Village. Splendid China Miniature Park has many miniatures of famous Chinese attractions, such as the mini version of the Great Wall, the Terracotta Army, Mogao Caves, and Huangguoshu Waterfall. In China Folk Culture Village, there are 24 villages that allow you to experience folk customs and watch folk performances by China's 56 ethnic groups.
Guangming Tour Farm

Guangming Tour Farm

3.9/5978 Reviews
Farm
9:00-17:30, admission stopped at 17:00 (Local time)
The Guangming Tour Farm is a large agricultural tour farm built by the Guangming Group in Shenzhen. It is divided into the Guangming tour farm, Guangming Slip 'n' Slide waterpark, and farm expansion training. Here, visitors can watch dairy cows being milked, pick fruit, visit the Sangji fish ponds and learn a lot about agricultural science while getting up close and personal with nature. The Guangming squab, or pigeon, here is also famous and a must-try for any visitor.
Tea Valley Interlaken Town

Tea Valley Interlaken Town

4.4/5140 Reviews
Town
Monday-Friday 9:30-18:00, admission stopped at 18:00; Saturday-Sunday 9:00-18:00, admission stopped at 18:00 (Local time)
Interlaken Town in the Tea Valley is the heart of the OCT Tea Valley, named after Interlaken, the small resort town in the Swiss Alps. The architecture in the town is modeled after the style of rolling Swiss fields, romantic and elegant. Nestled between mountains and rivers, the gorgeous scenery makes it a popular location for taking wedding photos. The village also contains a number of hotels, hot springs and a cuckoo clock stage where visitors can see incredible performances every day. Anyone interested should check it out.
Nanling Village of Shenzhen

Nanling Village of Shenzhen

4.2/5115 Reviews
Rural Area
Rose Village

Rose Village

4.3/552 Reviews
Town
Rose Village exhibits a classic European style with a tea-party-style scenic area and six major themed attractions such as a classic European, Chinese and South Korean "flavor street," the world's seventh-largest collection of churches, Disney Castle and beautiful rural scenery. The Love Hall, Dating and Love Queen's Garden, and the romantic sea of flowers combine into a dream world for couples.
Hehu Hakka Village

Hehu Hakka Village

4.3/587 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Folk Village
9:00-17:30 (Local time)
The Hehu Hakka Village was built in the 22nd year of Qing Jiaqing (AD 1817) and is the ancestral home of Longgang Roche. It is currently a large-scale residential building complex in China and is now a key cultural relics protection unit in Shenzhen. The Hehu Hakka Village is a typical representative of the castle-style enclosure in the Shenzhen-Hong Kong area. It combines the essence of the Hakka, Yu, and Guangdong Hakka enclosures. It combines the elements of Tang Hengwu, Weilongwu and Sijiaolou in the northeastern part of Guangdong, and mixes many Guangfu elements. It embodies the blending of Hakka culture and Guangfu culture. It is the crystallization of the wisdom of Hakka people in Shenzhen and Hong Kong and the historical witness of the development of the eastern part of Shenzhen.
Guan Hu Village

Guan Hu Village

4.2/554 Reviews
Rural Area
Guan Hu Village beach faces Dapeng Bay. Across from it is Hong Kong's Plover Cove Country Park. Few tourists make it out here, so if it isn't the weekend, the beach is very peaceful. It's a good place for sea side photography and enjoyment of the peaceful life. The east corner of Guan Hu Village beach has a shower area and a sea side restaurant. On the western tip, Shayuchung has several waterside diners run by fishermen, built on piers by the sea.
Tai O

Tai O

4.4/5558 Reviews
Rural Area
Open all day (Local time)
Tai O is a fishing town on the western side of Lantau Island. Tai O is home to the Tanka people, a community of fisher folk who’ve built their houses on stilts above the tidal flats of Lantau Island for generations. These unusual structures are interconnected, forming a tightly knit community that literally lives on the water. Their enchanting world is a photographer's paradise. You can easily spend a couple of hours in Tai O walking around the market and taking one of the small boats around the harbor to view the stilt houses up close.
Stanley

Stanley

4.4/5646 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Seashore
Town
Open all day (Local time)
Stanley is located on a peninsula at the southern tip of Hong Kong Island, between Repulse Bay and Shek O. Local and Western culture harmoniously blend here, forming a beautiful coastal town. As there are many things to see in Stanley and most of them are best enjoyed in the daytime, it is best to set off early for your day and arrive no later than mid morning. With choices of market stall shopping, air-conditioned shopping, dining, going to the beach, walking in the park, or visiting the temples, you will find a range of activities suitable for anybody.
Baguang Village

Baguang Village

3.7/537 Reviews
Rural Area
The village of Baguang Village is surrounded by the sea and has beautiful scenery. Since it has not been developed very much, the ecological environment has been thriving particularly well. So far, it still retains relatively primitive landforms. Although many old homes have already gone empty, they are still well preserved. The old mansion is still surrounded by lush forests and has a long coastline. The silver-lined trees that grow along the coast have a variety of unique and different postures.
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