Have you ever wondered where your pets can have fun? Well, wonder no more! Now we have several pet parks in Shenzhen. Don’t hesitate; bring your beloved pets, and let them enjoy playful times together. Dapeng Pet Park is one among those!
Citizens can now directly reserve parking spaces at all parks across the city through the official WeChat account “美丽深圳” (mlszgzh), Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported, citing information released by the Shenzhen Municipal Urban Administration and Comprehensive Law Enforcement Bureau. Since December 2021, the bureau has piloted the reservation service at the parking lots of five parks, including Shenzhen Bay Park and Lianhua Hill Park. The service has now been made available to over 70 parks, including parks in Dapeng New District
The main section of the Pengba Channel Project has officially received approval for land pre-examination and site selection Tuesday.
As Typhoon Talim moved away from Shenzhen yesterday, Shenzhen Meteorological Observatory downgraded its alert level from yellow to blue for some areas in Shenzhen at 6 p.m. yesterday. The areas covered Yantian District, Dapeng New District, the Pearl River estuary, Shenzhen Bay, Dapeng Bay and Daya Bay.
A special event to mark the weeklong national campaign to promote energy conservation (Dapeng New District division) was held at the Shenzhen Energy East Power Plant in Dapeng New District on Wednesday.
A commemorative event for the Maritime Day of China was held at Qixing Bay in Dapeng New District on July 11, aiming to accelerate the construction of a global marine center city and a world-class coastal ecotourism resort.
Shenzhen initiated its third batch of 129 new construction projects for 2023 on June 30. Four of the projects are located in Dapeng New District, with a total investment of about 8.47 billion yuan (US$1.17 billion).
Dapeng Fortress was selected for inclusion in the second batch of the provincial-level tourism and leisure block list, according to a notice recently announced by the Guangdong Provincial Culture and Tourism Department and the Guangdong Provincial Development and Reform Commission.
Shenzhen Yadi School, located in Dapeng New District, celebrated its partnership with the Goethe-Institut on Thursday, officially becoming the 83rd PASCH school in China and the fifth in Shenzhen.
Shenzhen has recently introduced a barrier-free electronic map designed to provide customized routes for individuals with physical disabilities, the elderly, and others in need, Shenzhen Evening News reported recently. People in need can use the map in Dapeng New District.