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Yes, you could apply for a 144-hour visa for traveling Shenzhen when arriving Hong Kong. You could contact one of travel agency in Hong Kong for applying.
144-hour Convenience Visa Requirements
Applicants must join a tour organized by a registered Hong Kong Travel Agent or Macau Travel Agent.
Applicants must travel in a group consisting of a minimum 3 persons and a maximum of 40 persons.
Applicants must hold a single citizenship passport; dual citizenship passport holders are not allowed.
Applicants must enter and leave Guangdong together via one of the valid ports of entry or exit in Guangdong Province.
Applicants should enter and leave via the same port (unless absolutely necessary) to avoid complicating procedures.
Applicants must each provide a scan of their passport photo page. Lussie Lu Replied on 02:54 AM Jun. 18 2014
Yes, you could visit Guangzhou and Shenzhen for two days. As your itinerary is tight, so I suggest you arrange a tour guide and driver with a van. Then you could visit many places in limited time.
To visit Guangzhou and Shenzhen, you need to apply for a tourist visa in advance. About the process, I suggest you ask the Chinese Embassy directly. Lussie Lu Replied on 01:13 AM Jun. 13 2014
You can apply for 144-hours visa to stay in Shenzheng for 6 days maximum. Applicants must travel in a group consisting of a minimum 3 persons and you can get group visa for it.Carol Wang Replied on 01:58 AM May. 25 2014
It's a pity that we are unable to apply a visa for you. If you want a visa agency, here is one I recommended: http://www.mychinavisa.com/index.php Doris Huang Replied on 06:34 AM Oct. 04 2013