Going to Hong Kong from Futian Control Point
Although the Luohu Control Point is well-known for the Shenzhen⇆Hangang transfer, I often use the neighboring Futian Control Point because it is less crowded, smaller, and has nicer facilities. I often use the neighboring Futian Control Point because it is less crowded, smaller, and has cleaner facilities.
The subway line accessing the Futian Control Point is called the LongHua Xian line, which runs north-south through Shenzhen.
Follow the Hong Kong signs and foreigner information boards and you will soon be at immigration control. If it is a weekday afternoon, there is not much of a line.
The bridge from Shenzhen side to Hong Kong side is longer than Luohu side, and there is an MTR Fare Saver at Futian Control Point station.
There is also a dedicated lane for e-gate(automatic entry/exit system for registered visitors only).
What a great place for kindergartners to go to school, so there are so many kindergartners here. There are children who commute across the border.
After taking the moving walkway, you will arrive at the inspection station on the Hong Kong side.
After passing through the inspection station on the Hong Kong side, the terminal station on the Hong Kong side, Lok Ma Chau (Cantonese: Lok Ma Chau), is right in front of you.
In the distance is KK100, the tallest skyscraper in Shenzhen, located in Luohu.
Here at 落馬洲駅 Station, you are not just passing through, but also equipped with a viewing spot.
At Luohu, you may have to forego one train during rush hour to get a seat, but you can usually get a seat here.
There is a Hong Kong supermarket Welcome, a drugstore Watson, a mannings, and an AEON-affiliated $12 store in the basement of this station.
There are not as many tourist solicitors as in Luohu, and Futian Control Point, which has only been in operation for about 6 years, is highly recommended!