Reaching Zhuhai is easy for international visitors, thanks to its close proximity to Macau and Hong Kong from where Zhuhai is easily reached by air, sea and road.
Internal flights to all major cities in China fly daily from the Zhuhai Sanzao Airport, and trunk roads including the Beijing-Zhuhai Expressway and the South China Coastal Expressway snake out from Zhuhai leading across China. The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge provides an easy route to these cities.
Zhuhai’s train station is Zhuhai North Railway Station; the station is very limited and only operates high-speed trains. Travelers wishing to take regular trains must go to either Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Zhuhai is very close to Guangzhou and many agents in Zhuhai will sell you tickets for trains departing from Guangzhou Railway Station, or even Shenzhen Railway Station.
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The city wide 5km Run for Fun will take place in Zhuhai Riviera Park on October 24.
For a complete return to nature, there is no shortage of options in Zhuhai: whether you are a fan of aquatic wildlife, agrotourism, or whether you’ve always wondered what it was like for the Mayan settlements living in the Amazon rain forest, there is something for everyone.
From June 1 all foreigners who pay for social security can take their passports and their Zhuhai social security digital receipt (available from the Zhuhai Photo Gallery) to any Bank of China branch and receive a social security card.
The wait is over! Only if you have actually been waiting of course. Zhuhai’s Changlong Ocean Kingdom will open its doors January 20.
Grab a box of beers and join the masses heading to Jida beach, Zhuhai, for the 11th ‘Love and Beach Shock Music Festival’, where audiences can enjoy an array of local and foreign bands.
Home to 146 islands scattered in the vast expanse of the South China Sea, Zhuhai is nicknamed City of a Hundred Islands. With four-fifths of the city surrounded by sea, tourists are flocking in. Here are five attractions worth checking out.
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