Getting there

Nearby airports


    From Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport

By taxi: It takes around 50 minutes by taxi from the airport to SUSTech.

By metro: Take subway line 11 (bound for Futian Station) to Qianhaiwan Station, change Line 5 (bound for Huangbeiling Station) to Tanglang Station. Exit the station from Exit D, walk 320m east along Liuxian Blvd, turn left and walk 220m along Tangkai Road to SUSTech Gate 1.

From Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport

By taxi: It takes around 2.5 hours by taxi from the airport to the venue.

By bus: Take the Airport Express Shuttle Bus to Shenzhen. The terminal of the bus is at Bagualing Station. Take a taxi from there to SUSTech campus.

 

From Hong Kong International Airport

It may be more convenient for many international travellers to reach Shenzhen through Hong Kong International Airport, then taking a bus, ferry or train to Shenzhen.  Those travelling from Hong Kong to Shenzhen by bus or train are also required to pass through immigration entering and leaving Hong Kong. Those travelling by ferry from Hong Kong International Airport are not required to pass through immigration in Hong Kong – go directly to the ferry terminal without exiting the airport. Remember though, do not pass through immigration and customs in Hong Kong.

Everyone transferring from Hong Kong International Airport to Shenzhen has to pass through one of the several ports of entry. Your choice depends on your arrival time and personal preference. Huanggang Port is open 24 hours, while the ports of Futian and Shenzhen Bay are open between 6:30am and 12:00pm.

After passing through immigration and customs, your route to SUSTech campus depends on your port of entry:

  • Futian Port: take subway line 4 (operating 6:36am to 11:06pm) to the Shenzhen North Railway Station, change Line 5 (bound to Qianhaiwan Station) to Tanglang Station. Exit the station from Exit D, walk 320m east along Liuxian Blvd, turn left and walk 220m along Tangkai Road to SUSTech Gate 1.
  • Huanggang Port: Take a taxi to SUSTech campus (about a 30-minute ride). Or take subway Line 7 (operating 6:36am to 11:06pm) to Fumin Station, change Line 4 to the Shenzhen North Railway Station, change Line 5 (bound to Qianhaiwan Station) to Tanglang Station. Exit the station from Exit D, walk 320m east along Liuxian Blvd, turn left and walk 220m along Tangkai Road to SUSTech Gate 1.
  • Shenzhen Bay Port: Take a taxi to SUSTech campus (about a 30-minute ride).

 

Nearby train stations


From Shenzhen North Railway Station

Take subway line 5 (bound for Qianhaiwan Station) and get off at Tanglang station. Exit the station from Exit D, walk 320m east along Liuxian Blvd, turn left and walk 220m along Tangkai Road to SUSTech Gate 1.

 

Shenzhen Railway Station (known as Luohu Railway Station)

By taxi: It takes around 30 minutes by taxi from the station to the venue.

By subway: Take subway line 1 to Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center Station, change Line 4 (bound for Qinghu Station) to Shenzhen North Railway Station, change Line 5 (bound for Qianhaiwan Station) to Tanglang Station. Exit the station from Exit D, walk 320m east along Liuxian Blvd, turn left and walk 220m along Tangkai Road to SUSTech Gate 1.

 

Public transport in Shenzhen


Getting around Shenzhen is simple thanks to the city’s excellent and affordable public transport network. The world’s first 100% electric bus fleet covers the entire city and surrounding areas with journeys costing between RMB1-2 per trip, while the rapidly expanding subway system has 8 lines currently in operation. Shenzhen Tong is a  card available in subway stations that covers both the bus and subway system and can have value added at most stations. Otherwise, cash or WeChat payments are accepted, however correct change is required for buses.

The city’s electric taxi fleet also offers rides at a basic fee of RMB10 with RMB2.6/km on top and for those of you looking to enjoy the fresh air, share bikes are on offer across the city through the Mobike app available in the App Store and Google Play.

For a map of the city’s subway network, click here.


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