About Guangzhou

Guangzhou is a sprawling port city northwest of Hong Kong on the Pearl River. The city features avant-garde architecture such as Zaha Hadid’s Guangzhou Opera House (known as the “double pebble”); the carved box-shaped Guangdong Museum; and the iconic Canton TV Tower skyscraper, resembling a thin hourglass. The Chen Clan Ancestral Hall, a temple complex from 1894, also houses the Guangdong Folk Arts Museum. The Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King, the resting place of Han Dynasty ruler Zhao Mei, displays a burial suit with over 2,000 pieces of jade. Considered the birthplace of dim sum, Guangzhou has a thriving food scene. Its markets specialize in wares ranging from eyeglasses to electronics. The sandbar Shamian Island, across a canal from Guangzhou, has leafy streets and grand mansions that are a legacy from its time as a foreign concession. On the city outskirts, Xiaozhou Village is an atmospheric, canal-filled old hamlet that now serves as an artistic hub.
Chimelong Paradise

Chimelong Paradise is the largest amusement park in China. Stretching over 60 hectares, the park currently contains more than 60 attractions and has a daily capacity of 50,000 visitors.

Shamian is a sandbank island in the Liwan District of Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China. The island's name literally means "sandy surface" in Chinese. The territory was divided into two concessions given to France and the United Kingdom by the Qing government in the 19th Century.
Baiyun Mountain

Baiyun Mountain, also known as White Cloud Mountain, is a mountain located a few miles to the north of Guangzhou, China, and which is at a height of 427m.
Temple of the Six Banyan Trees

The Temple of the Six Banyan Trees or Liurong Temple is a Buddhist temple in Guangzhou, China, originally built in AD 537. The temple's proximity to foreign consulates in Guangzhou has made it a regular destination for families participating in the international adoption of children from China.
Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

The Sun Yat-sen or Zhongshan Memorial Hall is an octagon-shaped building in Guangzhou, capital of China's Guangdong Province. The hall was designed by Lu Yanzhi and was built with funds raised by local and overseas Chinese people in memory of Sun Yat-sen. Construction work commenced in 1929 and completed in 1931.
Zhenhai Tower

The Zhenhai Tower, also known as the Five-Story Pagoda, is a tower in Guangzhou, Guangdong. It is located in Yuexiu Park, in central Guangzhou. It now houses the Guangzhou Museum. The Zhenhai Tower houses a historical museum with art and archaeological relics.
Lotus Hill

Lotus Hill is a hill in Panyu, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, with Shizi Lake to the west. It covers an area of 2.33 square kilometers and has a peak of 108 meters above sea level.
Clan Ancestral Hall

The Chen Clan Ancestral Hall or Chen Clan Academy is an academic temple in Guangzhou, China, built by the 72 Chen clans for their juniors' accommodation and preparation for the imperial examinations in 1894 in Qing Dynasty. Later it was changed to be the Chen Clan's Industry College, and then middle schools.
Foshan Ancestral Temple

Foshan Ancestral Temple or Foshan Zumiao is a Daoist temple in Foshan, Guangdong, China. It is a national tourist attraction approved by the China National Tourism Administration.
Best Time To Visit Guangzhou

The best time to visit Guangzhou is in autumn during late October through Mid December with balmy weather and the most comfortable temperature within the year. Spring in Guangzhou, which lasts from late February to mid-May, sees many humid, misty, and cloudy days.

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