Four-meter wide Chung Ying street links Hong Kong to Shenzhen in Luo Ho in just a few hundred easy steps. Huanguang, Dongmen & Bagua food markets in the city centre are a vibrant introduction to the succulent tastes of China’s mainland. Fancy a night out? Then you are sure to find yourself in Shekou district at some stage dancing the night away in one of the city’s many nightclubs while the city’s balmy weather means it is possible virtually all year-round to head out in shorts and T-shirt. Beyond the city proper, the special economic zone hosts the Overseas Chinese Town where its four massive theme parks are also the venue for a series of international festivals celebrating music, beer, food and dance at various times of the year. Shenzhen is also renowned for the 'Silicon Valley of China', it serves a massive supply chain of electronics that stretches across the country. When visiting the Huaqiangbei market, you can find a massive collection from PCs to circuit boards and figure out how your next gadget will get made.