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What to do in Futian

Futian Hotels

Futian is a glitzy, polished district of the southeastern Chinese city of Shenzhen, a mega metropolis speared by skyscrapers and bursting with retail wonders. Futian is home to Shenzhen’s Central Business District, a bustling hub of urban activity that blossoms with upscale restaurants and ritzy shopping centres. Surrounding Futian, you’ll find family-friendly outdoor amusement parks, and plenty of sprawling tree-blanketed green space - perfect for catching some fresh air away from Shenzhen’s busy city streets.

Things to see

Shoppers should start their sun-kissed Shenzhen morning by splurging in the top malls and markets of Futian. If you’re after upper-end department store-style shopping, visit Coco Park, a futuristic glass-and-metalwork retail complex housing trendy fashion boutiques, cosmetics stores, and cutting-edge electronics outlets. Dedicated tech-heads should spend their time traversing the labyrinth-like Huaqiangbei electronics market, where hundreds of tiny stalls sell every electrical item imaginable - from bargain digital cameras to bulk-buy headphones. Bartering bargain hunters, meanwhile, should visit Huaqiangbei’s Fu ming Foreign Trade Clothes Market, which sells masses of clothing, shoes, and bags at wholesale prices. In the afternoon, step away from the retail wonders of Futian and visit the nearby Window of The World, a surreal outdoor amusement park containing 130 scale reproductions of top international tourist attractions - including the Taj Mahal, Acropolis, and a looming 108 metre-tall Eiffel Tower.

Hotels in Futian

The affordable 3 star hotels in Futian offer spacious and stylishly understated ensuite guestrooms with free WiFi. These 3 star Futian hotels also include relaxed in-house restaurants and convenient business centres. The 4 star hotels in Futian, meanwhile, boast enormous rooms with sweeping city views, fine dining restaurants, and sleek late night bar lounges - not to mention free parking. For a taste of total Shenzhen luxury, stay in a 5 star Futian hotel, and enjoy shimmering outdoor pools, flashy fitness centres, stress-alleviating full service spas, and diligent concierge assistance.

Where to stay

The Futian district is ideal for shopping-addicts, as it acts as one of Shenzhen’s retail hotspots. The district is also awash with a mix of international and authentic Chinese eateries, ritzy fusion-cuisine restaurants, and swanky bars - more than enough to keep business travellers staying in the CBD occupied during the off hours. If this all appeals, but you’d rather stay somewhere with an easy escape from the urban energy, stay slightly north of central Futian, beside the flowery tree-crowned hills of Lianhuashan Park. Families, meanwhile, might want to stay west of Futian, in the relaxed leafy area beside the Window of The World.

How to get to Futian

If you’re travelling from Europe, catch a flight from one of many key cities - like London, Paris, and Amsterdam - direct to Hong Kong International Airport, based around 30 kilometres south of Futian. From there, the easiest way to get to Futian is by cross-border coach services, which can be booked in Terminal 2. These regularly-running coaches take you through the Hong Kong-China border borders - where you’ll need to briefly depart and go through immigration - and on towards select drop-off points across Shenzhen, including locations near Futian’s Civic Centre. To explore the rest of the city, make use of the extensive subway and abundant taxicabs.

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