Chinese Folk Culture Village, Shenzhen

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A huge ethnographic theme park by Shenzhen Bay, Chinese Folk Culture Village details the traditions of China’s 56 ethnic groups. Enjoy colorful ethnic costumes and model villages and learn about diversity in China. Spectacular dance shows, dancers on stilts, acrobats, and music performances will satisfy anyone’s curiosity and taste, with horse performances reenacting battles outside castle walls. As you visit the village, part of Splendid China theme park, you can see miniature models of top attractions in the country. The village is actually a complex of 24 themed villages, in which you can see houses from Hainan, a Dong nationality drum tower, and Dai people’s housing. The village has restaurants and lies within walking distance of Huaqiao Cheng subway station. To visit Chinese Folk Culture Village on your holiday in Shenzhen, and find out what else Shenzhen has to offer, use our Shenzhen day trip tool .
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  • We watched the Uighur and Tibetan dancing, but didn't see the other places that had performances. The Uighur women invited people in the audience to learn the dance and a lot of us joined in. Both gro...  more »
  • It is a beautiful park where you can enjoy the Chinese culture. Unfortunately we arrived at night and we could hardly see the park but only with having seen the Show, it was worth the visit. Waooooo. The clothing, the scenarios, the music! Everything! It is worth much. I would repeat it!
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  • Propaganda is one of the two major amusement facilities. They give the price a lot of admission than the old long throwing a bit of prayer. ..
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  • The name of this park is actually 'Splendid China' but that never made it to Google maps I guess. This is the sister park of 'Window of the World' but focused on Chinese culture. The western half of the park features buildings and structures of various Chinese providences which you can walk through, while the Eastern half is a sprawling garden filled with miniatures from China's history. I went in December of 2017. Admission was 200 rmb. There is half price admission for seniors and children under a certain height. The park was very empty, though there were hordes of elementary school kids yelling "hello!" everywhere. During the off season many attractions we're not operating, and I didn't bother seeing any shows. Simply put, this park is huge and you could probably spend all day here. For me, the garden was the highlight. So many photo opportunities and things to look at. I would say this is not a park for children. There are some small rides like a merry-go-round and a pony ride, but these are not the focus of the park. In essence, this place just shows various historical things from China's past. Boring. Adults will like it, but trust me, it's huge and your feet will get tired.
  • Ppl don’t close the door when they in the bathroom, I don’t know where should I look lol🤭😆 and they let their kids pee anywhere 😯😱 but regardless all good, the show at night was amazing!!
  • Great sets of miniature buildings that is so vast that it is hard to see everything on one day! Great amount of detail!
  • If you coming from Hong Kong to Shenzhen for a day trip, then you must come to this place. In this place you can see the miniature of Chinese landmark and the diverse culture of the Chinese, so you get to see all of China at once. The atmosfer is tranquil and nice, even though it is in the middle of the city.
  • I thought this would be for children but if you allow your inner child to enjoy it you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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