Shenzhen Bus Group has added a new sightseeing bus line, the Green Line, which connects the following stops: Dongmen, Shenzhen International Trade Center Building, Honghu Park, Dafen Oil Painting Village, Gankeng Hakka Town, Wanda Plaza, South China City, Shanglilang and Caopu.
The line covers spots in Luohu and Longgang districts, providing passengers convenient access to taste Hakka food and wander in the old Hakka town in Gankeng, ride Shenzhen’s longest indoor escalator at the Wanda Plaza shopping mall, immerse themselves in art at Dafen Oil Painting Village, and hop on old green trains at a railway-themed park in Caopu.
Previously, Shenzhen Bus Group launched four regular sightseeing bus lines (Red, Blue, Yellow and Orange) and now the five lines available will make it more convenient for travelers who desire a one- or two-day city tour.
Each double-decker sightseeing bus has a transparent glass roof for passengers to enjoy the views. With 24-hour or 48-hour tickets, passengers can take unlimited rides on the lines during the valid period of the tickets. Free audio guides are provided on the sightseeing buses in eight languages, including Chinese, English, French and Japanese.
The Red Line has daytime runs to the following stops: Lianhua Hill, Shenzhen Bus Building, Huaqiangbei, Litchi Park, Dongmen, Shenzhen International Trade Center Building, Xinwen Building, Shanghai Hotel, Civic Center and Shopping Park.
The Blue Line has daytime runs to the following stops: Window of the World, Zhuzilin, Chegongmiao, Shopping Park, Shenzhen Mangrove Nature Reserve, OCT Harbour, China Resources Shenzhen Bay, Coastal City, Shenzhen University-Tencent and Hi-tech Park.
The Yellow Line runs at night and stops at OCT Harbour, Zhuzilin, Chegongmiao, Civic Plaza East, Shanghai Hotel, Shenzhen Book City’s Luohu Store, Shenzhen International Trade Center Building, Xinwen Building, Civic Center and Lianhua Hill.
The Orange Line runs to the following stops: Window of the World, Splendid China, OCT Harbour, Dasha River Park, MixC World, Nantou Ancient Town, Uniwalk, Bao’an Library, OH Bay and Shenzhen University.
Those who buy tickets on a WeChat miniprogram will be notified the nearest bus stop according to the buyer’s location.
Bus hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (Red, Blue), 7-9:30 p.m. (Yellow), 11 a.m.-9 p.m. (Orange), 9 a.m.-8 p.m. (Green)
Tickets: 50 yuan (valid for 24 hours), 80 yuan (valid for 48 hours), 30 yuan (for students younger than 18 and seniors aged 60 or up, valid for 24 hours), 34.9 yuan (one-time access on Yellow or Orange), free for kids shorter than 1.4 meters.
Scan the WeChat miniprogram code to buy the sightseeing bus tickets:
ARTICLE FROM: EyeShenzhen