Datang Hotel Guangzhou

No.1-4 Datang Jude West Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510200, China
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Bus or Train from Hongkong Int'l airport to Guangzhou

by supermick

I will be travelling to Guangzhou next month and I would like to know how do I get to Guangzhou from Hongkong Int'l airport. I was told I can take the bus from the airport, but what if I decide to take the train instead? Will it be easier? How do I get to the train station from the airport? Do I need to take a taxi or bus to get to the train station? Thanks!

Re: Bus or Train from Hongkong Int'l airport to Guangzhou

by Maxus

I’m sure that coach is the easiest option and at least as quick as the train because you would need to go into Hung Hom station to pick up a direct train. There is another route but this involves changing trains at Shenzhen and walking across the border and stuff.

If you really don’t like coaches there are numerous other options including: flying, taking the hydrofoil or an overnight steamer service that takes 8 hours but is the most interesting.
Have a look at this discussion: www.lonelyplanet.com/thorntree/thread.jspa?threadID=1476756

Re: Bus or Train from Hongkong Int'l airport to Guangzhou

by ellyse

http://www.mtr.com.hk/eng/train/system_map_pop_up.html
You could go by the Airport Express (orange line) from the airport to Central (110 HKD), take the Tsuen Wan line (red) to Tsim Sha Tsui, change to the light blue KCR line to Hung Hom. From there you could get on a train going directly to Guangzhou.
There's quite a lot of walking involved at Central and Tsim Sha Tsui (going to Tsim Sha Tsui East) stations, but they're easily managed with rolling luggage or backpacks.

Re: Bus or Train from Hongkong Int'l airport to Guangzhou

by jackiesg

My friends and I found travelling by train via Shenzhen is the most convenient method for us. For your reference:

1) From HK int'll airport, follow the directions to their bus terminal, just next to the airport. Look for Airbus A43 bus lane and queue for the bus.
2)Bus fare HKD$28, take the bus to Shang Shui bus station. Takes about an hr. You may ask other friendly commuters to remind you where to alight. Alot of people will be alighting at that station anyway. After you alight, behind is the MTR station. Again, follow the crowd or ask around if you can't see the station.
3)At the MTR station, by ticket from Shang Shui to Luohu.
4) Once you reach Luohu, go thru HK immigration.
5) Follow the crowd, go thru Shenzhen immigration. (short distance only)
6) Walk to Shenzhen train station (walking distance, minutes away, look for signboards for directions). (Note: There is a Shenzhen MRT station there. THAT's not where you should be going.) Buy a train ticket from Shenzhen to Guangzhou. They have tickets to Guangzhou train station and Guangzhou East station.

Regards

Re: Bus or Train from Hongkong Int'l airport to Guangzhou

by polartraveller

I used to get into HK at about 6 am in the morning, I will take a taxi to the Hung Hum railroad station and catch the first express train to Guangzhou East station. About 2 hours airport to Guangzhou East.
If you want to take the bus there are direct bus from airport to the old China Hotel in Guangzhou, about 3 1/2 hour trip.

Re: Bus or Train from Hongkong Int'l airport to Guangzhou

by chinaguy

you can take the bus from HK to GZ for more information:http://www.cantontradefair.com/ticketing/hkairport_can_bus.htm

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by heplion

Anything you forget you can buy here!!! The Guangzhou Walmart!!

When this store was first built some rather large blunders were made. 1st, they shipped the building over, but when it got there, it seemed that none of the Guangzhou construction companies knew what to do with it. So Walmart had to ship over an Construction crew to help with the assembly. Then when they were stocking the store, it didn't seem to occur to them that the items labels needed to be in Chinese, not English....When they finally figured out that this was contributing to the low sales, they made the change...

Fruit Lover's Paradise in Guangzhou

by Confucius about Fruity Mix

This cosmopolitan cafe serves tropical fruit desserts, juices, as well as international entrees featuring your favorite fruits.
There are currently 5 branches in Guangzhou, 5 in Beijing, and a new branch just opened in Changsha (Hunan province).
The restaurants are very clean and have strict "No Smoking" sections so that you can enjoy the complete ambience.
The friendly staff is mostly recent college graduates and the newest employees wear black T-shirts that say "Bite Me" in Chinese on the back.
(I inquired; the shirts are still not for sale!) I ordered the Italian spaghetti with papaya and meat sauce. Grated papaya is spread on top of the spaghetti under the cheese, combining with the meat sauce to create a tasty entree. (28 RMB)
The mango pizza is very good and comes in two sizes.
I also ordered the "Fruity Mix Fried Rice" which uses a light jasmine rice flavored with finely chopped fruits including pineapple, cantaloupe, and raisins. It definitely reminded me of sweet Kashmir style rice dishes served at Hong Kong restaurants specializing in northern India cuisine. (22 RMB)
I washed it all down with fresh chilled mango juice and an additional glass of fresh chilled guava juice. (I can never drink just one!)

Honam Island.

by Guantanamera

Honam Island is directly south of central Guangzhou, across the Pearl River, as you can see in this old map of Guangzhou... It's easy to reach simply by crossing the People's Bridge from Shamian Dao or by taking the metro or bus... Within it's northernmost district called Henan, you can visit the Haizhuang Gongyuan, a large park that has an extensive Buddhist monastery called Haizhuan Si...

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