Shenzhen Honey Lake Karting

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  1. #1

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    Shenzhen Honey Lake Karting

    I found a website for a Karting track in Shenzhen Honey Lake park but it's all in Chinese:
    http://www.szkarting.com/
    Any idea how to get there from Hong Kong?
    Thanks!


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    Address:
    manholes Bao'an District, Shenzhen City of the town Bridge near the city of Industry

    Tel: 0755-29897388

    Roughly translated... you need to go to the HK Macau Ferry Terminal and catch a ferry to Pier Fuyong in Shenzhen, at Fuyong take a taxi to the Ultimate Speedway. ((Fuyong Pier - Fuyong Avenue (turn left) - 107 State Road - Honda Societe Generale shop (right turn) -(turn left) - Po Sha Hotels (right turn) - Ultimate speedway))

    From Kowloon: catch ferry from China Ferry Terminal.
    From Macau: catch ferry from new Macau Ferry.

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    You do know that there is an equally good outdoor bitumen karting track out in Lung Kwu Tan, about 15 minutes drive from Tuen Mun Central ?

    Why would you want to go to the Shenzhen variant ? A lot of rooting around, when Hong Kong has an international class track here.

    http://www.dckart.com/index.php?opti...emid=2&lang=en

    Have fun


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    Thanks for directions!
    Yes I am aware of Diamond Coast karting track in Tuen Mun and been there a few times but the problem is their hire karts are slow and poorly maintained.
    One in Shenzhen seems to offer faster two-stroke karts which are in a different league altogether.
    Thanks,
    Vano


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    That does suprize me, considering the karts at DC are only about 18 months old...

    I do agree that they are pretty pussy go karts here in HK, wouldnt want to get hurt now lol. Nothing like what I was use to using when i was a young teen back in Aus, with privately owned competition class Karts that began at 100KPH per hour. Right up to 280KPH Super karts.

    If you are a bit mechanically clever you can get another inch or 2 throttle cable length out of the pussy restricted HK baby spec carts, giving you another 20% more power than what they have governed / restricted them to. Other than that, Singapore would be your most open Karting experience next to AUS, NZ or the USA.

    Let us know what the Shenzhen experience is like.