Shenzhen Happy Valley
Happy Valley covers a total area of 350,000 square kilometers and was constructed under an investment of one billion yuan. It is another modern theme park in Shenzhen after Splendid China, Chinese Folk Culture Villages and Windows of the World which combines participation, sightseeing, entertaining and interests.
Activities Beneficial for Body and Mind
The activities in Happy Valley cover the fields of sea, land and air. Besides, the activities here are different in the day time and in the night. Happy Valley is a product of modern high technology and leisure concept and pays much attention to tourists' participation. Happy Valley builds a natural, refreshing, lovely, surprising, ardent and exciting atmosphere for the tourists inside which provides people a happy journey of charms and driving rhythms. It is really a fashionable experience here which could strengthen your body and edify your mind.
The Nine Themed Sections
There are nine theme sections in Happy Valley. They are Spanish Plaza, Cartoon City, Adventure Mountain, Happy Time, Gold Mine Town, Shangri-la Forest, Hurricane Bay, Sunshine Coast, Maya Water Park and Happy Train, a high-altitude single track train.
There are over 100 colorful entertaining items here for young and old. Many items are imported from USA, Holland and Germany and they are particular in China and even in Asia. For example, there is the first "Discoverer" in China which swings at a great height. There is "UFO", a riding item for the family which is up to the minute in the world and number one in Asia.
There is "Shooting the rapids", which has the largest fall in the world. There is "Xueshan Feilong", the first suspended roller coaster in China. There is Space Shuttle, the first "screaming tower" in China and the highest one in Asia. There is the first Four-dimension Cinema in Asia, which combines seeing, hearing and feeling together. There is Maya Water Park, which is the only park in Asia that by rewarded the international prize of World Water Park Association.
Take Exit A at Shijiezhichuang (Window of the World) on Subway Line 1. This station can also be reached via bus 327 from the airport and buses 20 and 21 from town. The park is only 3 minutes walk from there.