Guangzhou, a quite special metropolis in China, largely influenced by the neighboring Hong Kong, flashing with neon lights, the city impresses all the visitors with its vitality, sheer size and high buildings.
Discover the untouched old residences, temples and gardens nesting in the chaotic city center Guangzhou and witness its history to some extend; don’t forget to try the Cantonese cuisine on your trip there since food served are regarded as the best!
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Elan Hotel Guangzhou
The Hotel Elan is situated in the city center of Guangzhou. It is designed by a first-class Australian Design Consultant Company. The unique and ele ...
Lido Hotel Guangzhou
Guangzhou Lido Hotel is a modern multi-functional hotel located in the most prosperous commercial and shopping center-Beijing Road Pedestrian Street ...
Guangdong Victory Hotel
Originally an HSBC bank started by the British in the middle of the 19th century, what is now the Victory Hotel became the Victoria Hotel at the end ...
Holiday Inn Shifu Guangzhou
Holiday Inn Shifu Guangzhou is the only international branded hotel conveniently located in the historical cultural district of Liwan District, wher ...
Landmark Canton Hotel Cuangzhou
The Hotel Landmark Canton is an international 4-star hotel located in the heart of Guangzhou and face to the beautiful Pearl River. It boasts specta ...
Best Western Baiyun Hotel Guangzhou
Baiyun Hotel is a large five-star business hotel and a member of the largest hotel chain in the world, American Best Western International Hotel Gro ...
Garden Hotel Guangzhou
The Guangzhou Garden Hotel is an impressive 30-story deluxe building in downtown Guangzhou. The convenient location together with the largest hotel ...
The Ritz Carlton Guangzhou
Come in pursuit of historical legends, business opportunities, or delectable Cantonese cuisine. Whatever aspect lures you, a richly rewarding, elega ...
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Temple of the Six Banyan Trees
First built in 537 AD., it is a famous Buddhist temple in Guangzhou. Originally called Bao Zhuang Yan Temple, the temple's name was changed to Liuro ...
Bright Filial Piety Temple
One of the earliest and largest Buddhist temples in Guangzhou possibly dates to the 4th century built by an Indian monk. The place has particular si ...
Chen Family Temple
Located in the western part of the city, and with a floor space of 13,200 square meters in 19 buildings, the Chen Family Temple is one of the famous ...
Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall
Situated in the original site of Sun Yat-sen's Presidential Office on the southern slope of Yuexiu Hill, it is a memorial building completed in 1931 ...
Southern Yue King Mausoleum Museum
Southern Yue King Mausoleum Museum is the tomb of the second ruler of Southern Yue Kingdom called Zhao Mo during Han Dynasty dating back to 100 B.C. ...
As the largest park in Guangzhou, Yuexiu Park covers 93 hectares including some well-known attractions like the Sculpture of the Five Rams, the Zhen ...
South China Botanical Garden
The South China Botanical Garden is one of the world's largest botanical gardens affiliated with Chinese Academy of Sciences. It was founded in 1956 ...
Kaiping Diaolou and Villages
Located mainly in Kaiping County, Guangdong province, Kaiping Diaolou and Villages feature the Diaolou, multi-storeyed defensive village houses, dis ...
Guangzhou | Food & Restaurants More
Food in Guangzhou is famous the world over. Among four basic culinary styles, Cantonese cuisine is a dominant one, the rest are Chao-Shan cuisine and Dongjiang cuisine. With different ingredients, fine preparation, a light flavor and rich in variation, it owns superior color, scent and taste as well as sound nutrition. The food industry in Guangzhou ranks among China's top. To date, there are over 10,000 restaurants in the city. Apart from seafood, animals, insects and worms, flowers and weeds are all made into dishes. The Cantonese also have a custom ... More
Guangzhou | Weather & Climate More
Guangzhou enjoys a mild sub-tropical climate with plentiful rainfall all year round, which makes it a beautiful city with evergreen scenery and flowers blooming all the year round.Average Data Jan Feb Mar Apr May June Average High (°F) 65 65 71 77 85 88 Average High (°C) ... More
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Best Travel Time GuangzhouClimate in Guangzhou is generally warm and humid, featuring high temperature, abundant rain and sufficient sunshine. It has long and hot summer and the highest temperature will up to 39C (102F) and winter in Guangzhou are short. The best time to visit Guangzhou is between April and may or October and November since summer would be hot and humid with occasional Typhoon. And the Canton Trade Fair take place annually during the 3rd and 4th weeks of April and October, so finding accommodation at those times can be difficultGuangzh ... More
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