Question: Is Shenzhen safe?

Shenzhen is the place that is quite safe according to Western standards, in comparison to other cities around the world with approximately the same number of tourists. Violent crime is rare, prostitution is common and pickpocket gangs are in action at the crowded areas, where foreigners are often victims.

Is it worth visiting Shenzhen?

However, Shenzhen is not merely a shopping destination. With its range of museums, burgeoning art district, and an impressive, diverse population of innovators and entrepreneurs, the city has a lot to show off. Here are just ten reasons why travelers should pay this Chinese city a visit.

What language is spoken in Shenzhen?

Mandarin is the mother dialect of the Chinese language and is spoken in most provinces of China, including Shenzhen. Cantonese, however, is the dialect of the Guangdong Province and because the people of Shenzhen grow up speaking Cantonese, its widely spoken.

What is it like in Shenzhen?

Its humid in Shenzhen. Very humid. Thanks to the humidity and the plentiful rain, Shenzhen is a flowery, verdant city, but you cant take even a few steps without perspiring from every pore of your body. Sometimes its impossible simply to sit outside without sweating from head to foot.

Is living in Shenzhen expensive?

Shenzhen is Chinas coolest, cleanest and most livable city. In 2019, Lonely Planet ranked Shenzhen as second in the world in the list of top 10 cities to visit. Shenzhen has a slightly higher cost of living than most cities in China but it is cheaper than 67% of cities in the world.

How expensive is life in Shenzhen?

Summary about cost of living in Shenzhen, China: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 2,445$ (15,825¥) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 670$ (4,334¥) without rent. Shenzhen is 38.74% less expensive than Los Angeles (without rent).

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