The self-service e-Channel stalls in the exit hall of Shenzhen Bay are undergoing construction from October 14th for about one month, ShekouNews reported today. The renovation is expected to take one month.
The goal is to replace 17 old stalls with 19 new ones; increasing the total number of stalls from 37 to 39. During the construction only 20 stalls will be available, so expect delays while exiting during busy times.
The article advises tourists to choose other exit halls such as Futian or Luohu, or avoid going during busy times; especially from 8:00-11:00 weekend mornings.
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Come watch as daredevil motorcyclists perform extreme stunts on motocross bikes.
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UPDATE: The following Ferry Services are cancelled on Monday October 16th, 2017.
From Shekou to Macau New Terminal
Cancelled: 8:15am, 8:45am and 9:45am.
Back to normal from 10:30 onwards
From Shekou to Macao Taipa:
Back to normal from 11 onwards
From Shekou to Zhuhai
Cancelled: 7:30am, 8am, 8:30am and 9am
The following are on on standby: 09:30、10:30、12:30、14:00、15:30、17:00、17:45、19:30、21:30
Ferry services to Hong Kong Central and Hong Kong International Airport are back to normal.
Shenzhen China Merchants Shekou International Cruise Terminal Co. Ltd. has announced that all ferry ...
UPDATE: October 16, 2017: The Shenzhen Meteorological Bureau and the Hong Kong Observatory have cancalled their Typhoon Warnings.
UPDATE: The HKO issued the No. 1 Standby Signal at 10:40 p.m. October 15 to replace the No. 3 Strong Wind Signal. Additionally, the SZMB's rainstorm warning is also no longer in effect.
UPDATE: At 10pm, the Hong Kong Observatory estimated Typhoon Khanun to be about 310 kilometres west-southwest of Hong Kong, with maximum sustained winds near its center of 140 km/h. It is forecast to move west at about 20 km/h across the northern part of the South China Sea towards the vicinity of Leizhou Peninsula.
UPDATE: At 9:10pm ...