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Shenzhen has 10 checkpoints in total, composed of eight land ports and two sea ports.

Shenzhen check points border

Shenzhen has 10 checkpoints in total, composed of eight land ports and two sea ports. The five most well-known land ports are:

  • Shatoujiao,
  • Luohu (open 06:30 – 00:00) This one is most popular, in Luohu district, so a bit to the east.
  • HuangGang (open 24 hours per day) Often used to travel to HKIA, also quite busy
  • Futian (open 06:30 – 22:30)  Less well known
  • Shenzhen Bay (open 06:30 – 23:30)  New crossing at the end of the long bridge in Shekou, good option instead of the ferry

And the two sea ports:

  • Shekou (see article about Shenzhen Ferry )
  • Fuyong passenger terminals.

If you need to cross the border between Hong Kong and Shenzhen after midnight, you only have one option: the 24-hours border crossing at HuangGang custom.

There’s some confusion about the names HuangGang and the Cantonese name Lok Ma Chau.

  • Lok Ma Chau will usually imply the HuangGang/Lok Ma Chau 24-hours border crossing. But Lok Ma Chau is likewise the title of the MTR railway station at the border crossing with Futian custom!
  • HuangGuang will typically mean the same 24-hours border crossing, but HuangGuang also used to refer to the last station of Shenzhen’s line 2 metro in the Futian border crossing. Note this has been changed into Futian Custom subway stop, so it makes more sense now.
Shenzhen Hong Kong Opening Subway Shenzhen HongKong MTR Other
Luohu Lo Wu 06:30 – 00:00 Shenzhen Line 1 (06:30 – 23:00), station LuoHu,  extends to Shenzhen Airport in 2011 MTR East Rail Line last stop (Lo Wu)
connects to KowLoon (about 42 minutes / ~33HK$)
Shenzhen Rail Station, many busses / taxis
HuangGang Lok Ma Chau 24 hours Busses & cars to Hong Kong Airport
Futian Lok Ma Chau 06:30 – 22:30 Shenzhen Line 4 (06:30 – 23:00), station Futian Custom,
exchange to line 1 at Exhibition Center
MTR East Rail Line to Lok Ma Chau station (from Hung Hom) /
Shenzhen Bay Shenzhen Wan 06:30 – 23:30 Cars to Hong Kong Airport

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