Have a spring date at GBA Flower Show

Now Shenzhen   |   April 1, 2024
Larkspur flowers
A scene from last year’s GBA Flower Show. Photos from the organizer

In a celebration of nature’s splendor, the Greater Bay Area (GBA) Flower Show will be held from this Saturday to April 1 at its main venues at Bijia Mountain Sports Park and Lianhua Hill Park in Futian District, and its subvenue at Xiangmihu Flower Wonderland in Futian District. 

Themed “Green and Beautiful Bay Area, Poetic and Flourishing Blooms,” the flower show will display red larkspur flowers for the first time, highlighting the city’s free and open spirit. Larkspur is also this year’s show’s theme flower. 

With a total exhibition area of over 38,000 square meters, this year’s show features six parts including different types of gardens designed by students, enterprises, and cities at its main venues. The subvenue will also set up four exhibition areas to meet citizens’ need to appreciate and to be able to buy flowers.

Additionally, a series of unique cultural activities such as market fairs and a food festival will be held during the flower show period. About 17 catering enterprises, alongside several new energy vehicle brands, will participate in the food festival, presenting signature dishes and engaging in promotional sales.

Since its inception in 2019, the GBA Flower Show has been an annual event for four consecutive years, drawing the participation of hundreds of domestic and international institutions and individuals. The show has garnered a remarkable attendance, welcoming over 2 million visitors.

More information on the 2024 GBA Flower Show is available via the official WeChat account “美丽深圳” (ID: mlszgzh).

Dates: March 23-April 1

Venue 1: Bijia Mountain Sports Park, Futian District

Metro: Line 10 to Donggualing Station, Exit B

Venue 2: Lianhua Hill Park, Futian District

Metro: Line 3 or 4 to Children’s Palace Station, Exit F1

Venue 3: Xiangmihu Flower Wonderland, Futian District

Metro: Line 7 to Nonglin Station, Exit C 

Source: Shenzhen Daily/Shenzhen Government Online