As a new city in China, Shenzhen has the most bustling city. The 40-year light show that lasted for several months has added a lot of gold to the city! It is recommended that there are several places to choose from. The first is the Diwang Building in Luohu District and the Jingji 100. It belongs to the old city of Shenzhen. The second one is near the Futian Real Name Center, where the light show is the most embarrassing and the most prosperous.
Diwang Building Sightseeing
Diwang Building is known as the “land king” because the land occupied by the auction in the same year was the highest price of a Shenzhen land transaction. This is why the public named it the Diwang Building. The building has a height of 69 stories. The “Land King Sightseeing Shenzhen Window” is located at the top of the Diwang Building. A 50-second elevator ride will take you to the top. On the surface, it seems that it is just sightseeing, but when you get there and see it, it is not. The top seems to be an exhibition hall where you can learn a lot of things. I have been in Shenzhen for 10 years; and have learnt many things from there. So, if you want to know about the city of Shenzhen, this is a very good learning platform. The lecturer will circle around the building to tell you the story of Shenzhen and the geography of Shenzhen. As it is at the top, you can see the whole of Shenzhen. There are still some old photos from decades ago. Looking at this piece of paper, and comparing the high-rise buildings in front of you, you will really have a deeper understanding of Shenzhen. After all, Shenzhen is unique in the world.
The Meridian View Center is a famous landmark in Shenzhen. It is 384 meters high and is located in Luohu District. It was once the tallest building in Shenzhen. The Meridian View Center is also known as the "window of Shenzhen and Hong Kong." It only takes 50 seconds to reach the 69th floor, the top story, via elevator. It is a wonderful place to see the skyline and the night view. To the south, you can take a peek at Hong Kong. To the north, you can see Shenzhen.