The coastline of China’s Yantian District lies to the East of Shenzhen, approximately 12 km from the city center boasts 19 km of beaches, mountains, islands and reefs. Dameisha Beach is Shenzhen’s largest beach park and was opened to the public in 1999. The beach embraces the Mirs Bay and is surrounded by mountains. A plantation of sub-tropical trees obscures the beach from the road but finding the way to the beach is easy. The area attracts seekers of sun and fun and the Dameisha Beach, Shenzhen attracts as much as 50,000 pleasure seekers a day. For those seeking a Shenzhen stay Shenzhen accommodation offers a diverse range of stays and Ascott Maillen Shenzhen would be a good choice for a convenient stay.
The Beach is 1.8 km long with gleaming white sand while the sea offers safe bathing and lifeguards watch over areas netted for safe swimming. At one end of the beach are thematic sculptures while the nearby mountain has cultural relics from the Shang Dynasty. The Sun Square lies at the heart of the park and the Moon Square to the west. Activities are a plenty here and include beach volleyball and football, Adrenaline pumping Bungee Jumping and Water Parachuting will thrill the daring as well as Water Sliding on a Ropeway. The beach is divided into zones such as swimming zone, sports zone, amusement zone and BBQ zone while camping is allowed after midnight.
Dameisha Beach can be easily accessed by car or bus as it is linked highways and expressways to Shenzhen city center. The environs of the beach are crowded with shops or little kiosks selling beach paraphernalia like buckets, spades and floats and restaurants and eating houses dot the area with fish and seafood looming large on the menu.
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