Shezhen’s biggest draw is undoubtedly the Mission Hills Complex but it has another dozen or so top golf courses that are of good quality designed by the likes of Ian Woosnam. The Mission Hills, 20-square kilometer development itself has 12 courses, designed by Nick Faldo, Jack Nicklaus, Ernie Els and other top names in the business and an unrivalled leisure complex.

The abundant golf coupled with its short distance from Hong Kong and Macau makes Shenzhen a golf destination by itself without having to venture into hinterland China. Shenzhen is a mere 30 minutes from Hong Kong and it’s very common to find visitors and Hong Kong residents cross over for Golf in Shenzhen for a weekend or sometimes even a day of golf.

Shenzhen is representative of all that is New-China. Once a small fishing village, it was decreed a Special Economic Zone in 1979 and 30 years laters is a city of financial districts and industrial houses. Being a young city, Shenzhen obviously doesn’t have much by way of history or culture but it makes up with installed attractions like the Miniature park, Windows of the Worlds and other theme parks like the Minsk World and Happy Valley.

BEST TIME TO GOLF IN SHENZHEN: Shenzhen has a sub-tropical type of climate with sunshine & rainfall during the summer months. The ideal months to visit Shenzhen are from mid-October to March.

Type of Climate in Shenzhen: Sub Tropical climate

Information on this page and these links - Shenzhen Golf Holidays & Shenzhen Golf Courses can serve as your Golf Travel Guide to Shenzhen and will help you plan your trip.

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Visit Shenzhen’s world-class theme parks like the Miniature Park, Windows of the World, Minsk World and Happy Valley.



Shenzhen has an International airport & airlines fly from Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia & other nearby countries. Shenzhen is also well connected to other cities within China. The best way to also reach Shenzhen is to fly into Hong Kong and then drive to Shenzhen.

By Road: If you land in Hong Kong, it is a 2.5 hour from Hong Kong to Shenzhen. Private road transfer is expensive but most times you don’t need to get out of the car at the border and is a convenient way to get to Hong Kong.

If you are traveling from Macau to Shenzhen, there are border restrictions and you will be required to change vehicles at the border and also pass through immigration at the border cross point.

By Ferry: If you land at the Hong Kong Airport, there are ferries to the Shekou Ferry from where you will need to go further on to Shenzhen.

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