Checkpoints in SZ

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(Updated: June 15, 2021)

Traveling from Shenzhen to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Macao Special Administrative Region is very convenient. Many Shenzheners choose Hong Kong and Macao to spend their weekends.

Here is all the information you need to go to Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR, which describes checkpoints covering land and sea travel, provides relevant details on their use, and lists opening hours.

Luohu Checkpoint

Luohu Checkpoint is a major land checkpoint. The checkpoint is connected with Lo Wu Station of Hong Kong MTR's East Rail Line, and Luohu Station of Shenzhen Metro's Line 1. It is the busiest checkpoint in Shenzhen. Almost one hundred million people use the checkpoint annually.

Location: Luohu District

Opening hours: 6:30 a.m.-12:00 a.m. every day

Futian Checkpoint

The checkpoint is connected with Lok Ma Chau Station of Hong Kong MTR's East Rail Line, and Futian Checkpoint Station of Shenzhen Metro's Line 4. After going through Futian Checkpoint, you can take the East Rail Line to travel Hong Kong.

Location: Futian District

Opening hours: 6:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m. every day

Huanggang Checkpoint

Huanggang checkpoint, close to Shenzhen city center, is one of the five most important ports that connect the city and Hong Kong. On its west is the start of the Guangshen Expressway, which is the main thoroughfare connecting Shenzhen and Hong Kong. At present, it is both the largest comprehensive road crossings for passengers and cargo in China and one of the largest land crossings. Every day, about 20,000 vehicles pass through it. At the same time, it is also a passenger transit point. It is the second busiest in Shenzhen after Luohu Port.

Location: Futian District

Opening hours: 24 hours every day

Shenzhen Ferry Terminal

Located in Shekou, Nanshan District, Shenzhen Prince Bay Cruise Homeport runs direct ferry connections from Shenzhen to destinations across the Pearl River Delta. You can take a ferry at the Shekou Prince Bay Cruise Homeport to reach Hong Kong and Macao. Taxis are available in the parking area. A free shuttle bus service links with the old Shekou Ferry Terminal, near exit C of the Shenzhen Metro Shekou Port Station. A bus depot is located near the station offering services across the city.


Location: Nanshan District

Opening hours: 6:00 a.m.-12:00 a.m. every day

Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint

Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint is located in Dongjiaotou, Shekou, which lies on the southwestern corner of Shenzhen. Its Hong Kong counterpart is the Shenzhen Bay Control Point, which is co-located in the same building.

Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint is the first boundary control point with the immigration facilities of the Hong Kong side co-located in the same passenger terminal building with the mainland side. This allows passengers and vehicles for departure and arrival customs clearance to take place within a short distance. You can take Bus 31, 90, 98, 123, 217, 245 to Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint.

Location: Nanshan District

Opening hours: 6:30 a.m.-12:00 a.m. every day

Wenjindu Checkpoint

Not so many people passing by at this port compared to Luohu, as this port is a private car crossing only, connecting Shenzhen with Hong Kong between Luohu and New Territories.

When you arrive, you will stop at the Shenzhen China Gate House, exit the car and enter the building. After the immigration process is completed you can drive across the border. When you arrive at Hong Kong Immigration, you are not required to exit the car. Just pass your documents to the officer and he will do what is necessary. Then you will drive into Hong Kong.

Location: Luohu District

Opening hours: 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. every day

Shatoujiao Checkpoint

Located in Yantian District, Shatoujiao Checkpoint is suitable for travelers who want to visit Dameisha, Xiaomeisha, Shatoujiao, Nan’ao and so on. Passengers seldom choose this port as entering Hong Kong’s Sha Tau Kok area requires a special pass.

Location: Yantian District

Opening hours: 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. every day

Liantang Checkpoint

This is the first land-based border crossing in Hong Kong with direct access facilities for both passengers and vehicles, and is designed to handle 17,850 vehicle trips and 30,000 passenger trips a day. The facility was designed so users could take public transport, private cars or walk through a pedestrian subway to reach the checkpoint for passenger clearance.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, only cargo trucks are allowed to cross for the time being.

Location: Luohu District

Opening hours: 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. every day