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World Borders: How to Get from Lok Ma Chau to Shenzhen (Hong Kong to China Border)

I’ve crossed the Hong Kong – Macao – China borders over 20 times now, and have already covered a few of those crossing on here. I aim to make these border crossings seem easy and smooth, which they normally are. On my most recent trip to China, I crossed overland from Lok Ma Chau to Read more about World Borders: How to Get from Lok Ma Chau to Shenzhen (Hong Kong to China Border)[…]

Jonny Blair heading to China from Lam Tin

World Borders: How to get from Hong Kong to China (Kwun Tong to Huanggang, Shenzhen)

In my ongoing series of world borders, I basically write about the ways to cross various borders, aiming to give an account of my personal journeys and help you to copy me and get into a new country without fuss. Having crossed the Hong Kong to China border so many times and in almost every Read more about World Borders: How to get from Hong Kong to China (Kwun Tong to Huanggang, Shenzhen)[…]

Jonny Blair of Don't Stop Living at the window of the world in shenzhen china

Window of the World in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China

  Where Can You See The Empire State Building, the Taj Mahal and the Eiffel Tower all in one day? The answer is the Chinese city of Shenzhen, in the Guangdong Province. This city, also lies right on the border to Hong Kong, and indeed there are a lot of immigration points in Shenzhen. There Read more about Window of the World in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China[…]

Chinese Trains: Shenzhen to Yongding Night Train (Guangdong to Fujian Province)

  The joys of night trains continues. I love them. This one was organised by my girlfriend Panny as we planned a weekend in China in March this year. We arrived in Shenzhen after crossing the border into China from Hong Kong and were booked on the 21.23 pm night train north east to Yongding Read more about Chinese Trains: Shenzhen to Yongding Night Train (Guangdong to Fujian Province)[…]

Hong Kong To China Border: Sheung Shui, Lo Wu and Shenzhen

The three places that this report will be based on are Sheung Shui, Lo Wu and Shenzhen. All three of which are basically the border between Hong Kong and China. A busy border, and of course the closest border to where I live here in Hong Kong. I had never been to any of those Read more about Hong Kong To China Border: Sheung Shui, Lo Wu and Shenzhen[…]

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