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I just took a bike cycling along Sheung Shui to Lok Ma Chau via an ex closed road. The closed area along Sheung Shui through Lok Ma Chau had been opened up for almost three years yet the public still find it a bit strange....More
I used the Lok Ma Chau entrance to Shenzhen, called Futian on the Shenzhen side. I was impressed by the efficiency of both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen sections. I used the manual areas, though there are electronic options available for frequent visitors.
Smokers in the boys room. The fine is supposed to be 5000HKD$ but guess what? One smoker after another goes in. No one gets fined and the security does nothing even when they are told. Hong Kong is supposed to be a bastion of rule...More
Tucked away on the hills next to the Lok Ma Chau Police station, this used to be the Guhka / British army outpost to watch the borders for Illegal immigrants, now Lok Ma Chau has been taken over by parallel goods traders.
Stunning views of...More
This is just a post for first time tourists wondering if there's a benefit or east factor to consider in walking across at Lo Woninto Shenzhen CBD or at Lok Ma Chau at the Futian new city area of Shenzhen.
Well if your coming from...More
Lok Ma Chau is the last MTR station and the location where you make a land crossing into mainland China. This is a normal and modern metro station with little reason to visit beyond going through the control entry point for border crossings.
This is not the sightseeing spot, immigration point.I always used Lofu, another immigration point to Shenzhen.These 2 have stations of train to Hong Kong.This point is minor, but convenient for access to Futian area in Shenzhen.Building is new compared to Lofu,and not so crowded.But for...More
I am a bit of a public transport enthusiast (affectionately known as a "gunzel" here in Australia) and decided to take a ride on the line to Lok Ma Chau.
The station is big and spacious and, like others in Hong Kong, exceptionally clean.
Hong Kong call it Lok Ma Chau, China name it Huang Gang, travel north, LMC, south bound, HG.
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require to travel in own country, Passage fast, less crowded. Currency inter-usable on both...More