Pengcheng Village Separated by knolls outside of Shenzhen's most-modernized areas, Dapeng Village occupies a basin on the peninsula’s east coast. It's named after a giant mythical bird, called the "peng" in Chinese, which also lends its name to one of Shenzhen's nicknames: Pengcheng, meaning "peng city."
Chiwan Goddess Temple As a coastal region, Shenzhen has several temples honoring Tianhou, the Chinese goddess of the sea. The goddess temple in Chiwan, Shekou, is the most splendid of them all.
Longtian Ancestral Residence Covering an area of 5,000 square meters, Longtian Ancestral Residence in Pingshan District is one of the best preserved Hakka residences in Shenzhen. The house was listed by Guangdong as a protected historical site in 2002.
Dongjiang Troop’s Old Headquarters Dongjiang Troup made great contributions to China during the 8-year War of Resistance against Japan. The old headquarters of the Dongjiang Troop, which was built in 1912, was opened to the public to commemorate their valiancy and the sacrifices they made.
Qiyun Book House Qiyun Book House inside Xiwan Mangrove Park is modeled after the real one in Lequn Village in Xixiang Subdistrict.
Tea York Tea York not only offers tea demonstrations and trainings, but also has acted as a center for buyers, manufacturers and distributors of tea.
Nantou Ancient Town It was first built to guard Dongguan and later became a government department location for Xin’an County.
Meridian View Center For those who want to get a bird's-eye view of Shenzhen and Hong Kong, you can go to the Meridian View Center.