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    Fraser Suites Shenzhen

    No. 183 Zhenhua Road,
    Futian District, Shenzhen,
    China 518031

    Phone  No : +86 755 61899999

    • Facilities with 2KM

      • Eg Supermarket (5 min walk)
      • Clinic (2 min walk)
      • Shenzhen Central Park (1 min walk) 深圳中心公园
        Located in the center of Futian district, Shenzhen Central Park is famous of “800 meters of treelawn” and has varieties of plants, which provides a natural jogging area for guests.
      • 9 Square 九方购物中心
        A huge shopping mall housing a range of restaurants, cafes and a supermarket. (1 min walk)
      • Rainbow Department Store (3 min walk) 天虹商场
      • Huaqiang North (5 min walk) 华强北广场
        A pleasant pedestrian street, and good spot to sample local snacks either at street-side kiosks or small restaurants.
      • Maoye Department Store (10 min walk) 茂业天地
      • SEG Plaza 赛格电子广场
        A bazaar for electronic products (10 min walk)
      • Bank of China, ICBC, Bank of Communications, Bank of Communications
        China Merchants Bank, Wing Hang Bank, Ping An Bank. (3 min walk)
      • The 8th Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University (5 min walk) 中山大学第八附属医院
      • Shenzhen Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital (15 min walk) 深圳中医院
    • About Shenzhen

      It’s hard to believe that until relatively recently, Shenzhen was a small fishing village. However, its fortunes took a dramatic turn in 1980 when the late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping settled on Shenzhen as the location for the first of China’s Special Economic Zones. The designation came as part of the country’s wide-reaching reforms at the time of its opening up. Ever since, the city has gone from strength to strength, and has now fully emerged as a truly global metropolis.

      Shenzhen’s location within the Pearl River Delta and bordering the New Territories of Hong Kong continue to play a significant role in the city’s ongoing successes, particularly as a transit and communication center. Indeed, its seaports, airport and land ports are important hubs in Asia.

      A subtropical climate and dramatic natural scenery - its mountainous border with Hong Kong is particularly stunning - make for a pleasant environment in which to live, and to visit. Tourists are particularly well-catered for, and Shenzhen’s world-renowned attractions in include Window of the World, Safari Park Shenzhen, and Evergreen eco-resort.

      For gourmands, Shenzhen is an unmissable stop on any China tour thanks to its distinctive local cuisine, as well as being a veritable melting pot of tastes from all over the country. Make sure Cantonese dim sum and congee are on your ‘must eat’ menu, and be sure to seek out a growing roster of world-class international restaurants increasingly establishing themselves in Shenzhen.

    • How to get here

      By subway

      • Take Line 1, alight at Huaqiang Road Station, 300m walk
      • Take Line 2 and Line 7, alight at Huaqiang North Station, 330m walk
      • Take Line 3, alight at Huaxin Station, 660m walk

      By Taxi

      • From Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport: around 50 minutes and costs approximately RMB150.
      • From Luohu Railway Station and Luohu port: around 15 min and costs around RMB30.
      • From Shenzhen Futian Station: around 10 minutes and costs around RMB20.
      • From Shenzhen North Railway Station: around 20 minutes and costs around RMB50.
      • From Shenzhen Futian Checkpoint: around 15 minutes and costs around RMB20
      • From Shenzhen Huanggang Port: takes around 15 minutes and costs around RMB25
      • From Shenzhen Shekou Ferry Port: around 30 minutes and cost around RMB 60
    • Essential Facts about Shenzhen


      Although Cantonese is the dominant dialect across much of the region, thanks to Shenzhen’s history of immigration, Mandarin Chinese is the more widely spoken tongue.

      Time Difference

      GMT+8 Time Zone


      A China Visa is needed by all foreign passport holders upon entry into China with very few exceptions. It is recommended you check with the Chinese embassy in your home country for details and requirements. At the time of writing, travelers from selected countries may be eligible for a 72- or 144-hour visa-free period when transiting via certain airports in China.


      The official name of the Chinese currency is Renminbi (abbreviated to RMB). However, it is also referred to as Yuan, CNY, or the ¥ symbol.


      Fraser Suites Shenzhen is located in the Futian district of Shenzhen, where the huge electronics markets of Huaqiang North have earned the area the moniker, ‘China’s Silicon Valley.’ Bazaars flogging retail products sit alongside wholesalers, making this a fantastic spot to pick up a wide range of products. As with most markets in China, remember to haggle hard!

      For clothes, lifestyle goods, cosmetics, and just about everything else, browsing Shenzhen’s many shopping malls is highly recommended. In the vicinity of Fraser Suites Shenzhen, they include: 9 Square, Maoye, Central Walk, Coco Park, Wongtee Plaza and Mix City. Many house extensive food courts offering delectable treats and all kinds of cuisine; and some may even include leisure facilities such as cinemas or ice-skating rinks.

      VAT/GST (Government Tax: 6%) – No VAT/GST

      VAT 6%


      In most circumstances, a gratuity is not expected. In some situations, such as an exceptional tour guide or interpreter, a tip may be an appropriate gesture and will be welcomed.

      Business Hours (Most business hours are from 9-5)


      Mon-Fri; 8:30-17:00
      Sat-Sun; 9:30-16:00


      Mon-Sun; 10:00-21:00

      Office hours:

      Mon-Fri; 9:00-18:00

      Eating Out

      Shenzhen’s recent history of domestic immigration has had a dramatic - and delicious - impact on its restaurants. As families and individuals from all across China flocked to the city, they brought with them their respective culinary traditions. Expect, therefore, to find offerings spanning all eight great traditions of Chinese cuisines: Anhui, Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jiangsu, Shandong, Sichuan and Zhejiang. More recently, foreign cuisines have joined the throng, including world-class eateries by award-winning chefs.

      Telephone Network

      China has three mobile phone operators: China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom


      As with all travel, sensible precautions include washing and peeling fruit before consumption; and eating at well-frequented restaurants with a high turnover. Drink bottled water, not tap water.


      It is recommended that you discuss with your local healthcare provider whether any vaccinations are appropriate or required for your intended travel in China.


      The standard voltage in China is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

      Public Holidays

      • New Year’s Day
      • Chinese New Year Eve
      • Chinese New Year
      • Qing Ming Festival
      • Labor Day Holiday
      • Dragon Boat Festival Holiday
      • Mid-Autumn Festival Holiday
      • National Day Holiday