Five Rams City Hotel Guangzhou

322 Renmin Road C, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510120, China
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guangzhou travel

by plummouse

Hi everybody
I will be travelling to HK from İstanbul,Turkey on 6th dec and have to pass to guangzhou the same day. I am thinking of renting a car or use express train. For car ı am worrying about if names are written in english also.Express train seems easier and safer than ı can rent a car in guangzhou.Could anyone give information about express trains (safety,price,where ı get on and of,how long it takes,etc)..from internet ı tried to find out these but ı couldnt get enough info.also is it better to rent a car in guangzhou than taking taxi?..Actually I have too many questions to ask but for the moment these are very urgent. I ll be very happy if ı can get a reply. thnx

RE: guangzhou travel

by SLLiew

Do not recommend rental car driving in Guangzhou. Note that HK is left hand drive and China is right drive. You can hire a car with a driver.

There is an excellent executive bus service mainly carrying Taiwanese, HK or Korean businessmen between HK airport and Guangzhou. No need booking, just buy ticket at HK Airport. Some Western executives prefer to avoid the HK-China land border queue crossing and so rather stay at night in HK and take the ferry service to Shenzen.

It is possible to get a taxi from the China border to Guangzhou. Negotiate a price as it will be cheaper than using meter rate.

Easy Guangzhou question

by Confucius

Take the express train from Hong Kong to Guangzhou. Drop the idea of renting a car. Take taxis while travelling within Guangzhou but not from Guangzhou to Hong Kong or from Hong Kong to Guangzhou.

RE: guangzhou travel

by ellyse

You can't drive yourself in mainland China without going through a lot of paperwork and red tape, and without paying a fortune for the "privilege". So drop that idea like a hot brick right now.
Are you asking about transport from Hong Kong to Guangzhou, or within Guangzhou itself? You're asking about cars (within Guangzhou, I presume) and also about express trains -- do you mean the metro system, or the inter-city trains running between Guangzhou and Hong Kong, among other destinations?
The metro system will do you fine for most places (you didn't mention where you need to go nor your purpose of visiting Guangzhou), it's clearly signposted in both Chinese and English. Besides you won't get stuck in any vehicular traffic jams so it's fast and reliable. You can take taxis to reach where the metro doesn't, but you'd better have the destinations written down in Chinese characters, taxi drivers will only have a basic understanding of English at best. Whoever has better English skills than them won't be stuck driving a taxi in China.

RE: guangzhou travel

by polartraveller

DO NOT even THINK of driving on you own in Guangzhou. First rental cars are rare and rates are very expensive, if (or lets say when) you get into an accident it will be hell to get out of it; your passport may be taken away and you will have to appear in court which may be 4-6 months down the road! Your rental car agency will charge you for what is probably more than the value of the car for the repair (a friend from US learnt that last year, against all our advises not to rent a car)

Take express train from HK to Guangzhou (or better skip HK and take direct ferry service from HK airport to Guangzhou), take taxi when in the city, they are cheap and comfortable. If you want more luxury arrange with the hotel for a vehicle for a day/week/month, still the cost will be much lower than driving.

Travel Tips for Guangzhou

The Statue of Liberty in China (Guangzhou)

by Confucius

You too can win bets that there really is a Statue of Liberty in China. Just go to the 72 Martyrs Memorial Park in northeast Guangzhou at Huanghuagang (located near the zoo) and you'll find it.
This is a memorial garden commemorating the revolutionary uprising in Guangzhou on April 27, 1911 which eventually led to the fall of the last dynasty nearly 5 months later. It's a beautiful park with gardens of flowers and bamboo, yet the focal point is obviously the presence of the Statue of Liberty. Even the park's entrance ticket (8 yuan) looks like a souvenir of Ellis Island.
There is a shaded corridor which leads toward the monument. On the left are signboards with pictures that tell about the history of the park and its famous statue. The Statue of Liberty was removed twice; once by the Kuomintang and then again during the Cultural Revolution. Another interesting aspect of the Statue of Liberty monument is the different overseas Chinese organizations that donated money toward the park's construction. You will see blocks on the statue's foundation which name the sponsoring organization, including Chinese from all parts of the world. I was surprised to see several American Chinese sponsoring organizations from places in the United States that one doesn't usually associate with overseas Chinese communities; Nebraska and Utah, for example, as well as one from Cuba's Guantanamo! (See additional photo)

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Take Taxi's

by nomad127

I'm gonna level with ya, NEVER, NEVER rent a car and drive in Guangzhou. After watching the way they drive there, I could not believe there were not like 100 vehicle accidents a day! Take a taxi, it's cheap, clean and better than riding the bus that at times is crammed full of people.

Mopeds everywhere! You would think some families were in the circus because they would pile 3, 4, or 5 people on one moped!! I saw a family driving down the highway with husband driving, mom was riding side straddle and hold a newborn baby and they were doing 50 mph. Blew my mind how "he who dares, goes first" attitude of the drivers but, the 5 days I was there, I only saw one accident.

Guangzhou Museum of Art Collection.

by Guantanamera

Of special interest in the museum's collection is a huge room devoted to the Liao Bingxiong, a political cartoonist of the 20th century whose works have a surrealistic edge... The image pictured here is from another room that was filled with small figurines like the one you see here, which seems to depict a sage at rest...

Kids, Kids, and more kids

by Cuteclu

"The best thing about teaching...."

So I've traded in little monster's for bigger monsters. Yes, that's right...I'm no longer teaching little children, I have entered the land of teenagers...and English speaking ones at that. Oh well, it will be challenging. However, I'm sad; how could i not be when I'm leaving behind such great little people. Oh well, everyone must grow up at some point.

"Cute and smart"

I was so lucky to get this group of kindergarten students. They were honestly the smartest students I have had, and they were only 5 years old. Plus, they were extremely cute, so how can you resist them. I was smart enough, or not, to teach them words like monster, ghost, skeleton, and hungry, so I spent countless hours on the playground being "a hungry ghost" and chasing after them. But it was all in good fun.


The never ending symbol for peace has made it's way into virtually every roll of film of taken. For some reason, the Chinese students love to do this is pictures. But when they look this cute, how can you blame them.

"Grade 6"

Even though kids are cute when they're little, they're a lot of fun when they're big too. My 6th graders and I at Sha Mian school used to have a day called "Talk to random foreigners." We would walk around the Sha Mian Island or hang out around the White Swan Hotel and I would encourage my students to talk to foreigners that were willing to talk to them. We actually had some great conversations with people, and some of the students even got pen pals out of it. Encouraging cross-cultural relationships is why I'm here I guess.


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Address: 322 Renmin Road C, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510120, China