Grand Hyatt Guangzhou

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No.12 Zhujiang West Road, Pearl River New City, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510623, China
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 167% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

How to get from the airport in Guangzhou to Macao

by Mittnic

Some information on how to get from Guangzhou airport to Macao airport would be greatly appreciated! Can I do it in four hours?

How to get from the airport in Guangzhou to Macao

by Confucius

I'm not aware of any direct transportation from Guangzhou's airport to Macau. You probably will need to take the airport shuttle to downtown Guangzhou first and then take a bus to Macau. (The Guangzhou airport is north of Guangzhou.)

4 hours? I don't think so. How long you wait for a bus depends on what time you arrive at Guangzhou's airport, as there are more bus departures to Macau from Guangzhou in the morning.

RE: RE: How to get from the airport in Guangzhou to Macao

by emmet7

4 hours will be tight but mostly because of border crossing at Zhuhai. I think there may be a bus airport to Zhuhai. If not, try to go airport to Landmark Hotel where there is a mini bus terminal for Macau with the best buses.

RE: RE: How to get from the airport in Guangzhou to Macao

by Mittnic

Thanks for the info. I might have as much as 8 hours but it all depends on my flight into Guangzhou and I heard flights in China often are delayed.

Travel Tips for Guangzhou

sha mian under construction renovation

by supermomo

I visited Sha mian island. It is a nice place. It will be much nicer in one year I think because they are rebuilding everything. All the houses, and the gardens, the streets, everywhere it is "construction". It is funny to see all the young couples to still come there to take photos of their future wedding. They are walking in the dust, mud... You wonder how they do to still make nice photos.
So, soon Sha mian will look like Disney world, nice, clean, and look like brand new...I will return with pleasure.

Gypsy Kings 11/18/06 Report

by jwkirkland about Gypsy Kings

Pass on this bar. Plenty more to pick from in GZ unless you are into old dance music and transvestites.

A couple of friends and I visited Gypsy Kings. We were recommended by one of the so called "guide books". Needless to say, we were not impressed. We found the croud to be very Middle Eastern and for some odd reason, every female we encountered was a "lady boy". I have seen this in Thailand but I guess it has found its way to China.

Bottom line, if you are a female looking for an aggressive Middle Eastern man...or you are a man looking for a she-male, Gypsy Kings is the place. Otherwise, drinkers beware.

Baiyun Shan - White Cloud Mountain

by jlee008

This is the mountain that is part of the Kun Shan Mountain range located a close 15km to Guangzhou. You can get a really good view of the city from the many pavilions that face the city (if you can see through the whiteness that I conclude was either smog or clouds). The mountain is very much cultivated into elements of traditional Chinese styles. There are pagodas, monasteries, and tea houses that lie all over the mountain. The only drawback is that each different part of the mountain usually requires you to pay a separate admission fee. However, it isn't really all that expensive.

You also have the option of hiking all the way to the mountain top or having a bus take you to the top. You can purchase a one way ticket to the top or a round trip ticket. On particularly hot days, I find that it is much easier to take the bus up and then take the scenic route down the mountain.

You will find that you aren't ever alone on the mountain. It is often frequented by the local Chinese people. You will see groups of all ages enjoying the invorigorating walks and taking tea in the teahouses. There is a particularly busy teahouse at the base of the mountain that makes fresh delicious rice noodles (cheung fun or sa hua fun - phonetically spelled...I am not certain if it is the correct spelling). It is what the this teahouse is well know for...and with good reason because it truly is the best rice noodle that I have EVER had!!! Try their stir-fryed version...it is scrumptous.

ADMISSION: 15 CNY

HOURS: 6:00am to 5:00pm

FEE: Bus up to top of mountain costs 3 CNY.
(Can also purchase round trip ticket for a little more)

Temple of the Six Banyan Trees

by Willettsworld

The temple site, situated in Liurong Lu in the old part of the city, was built in AD 537 on the orders of the provincial governor of the time, Xiao Yu, in order to house one of Buddha's bones. The temple was originally called the Baozhuangyan Temple, but during the Northern Song Dynasty, a writer called Su Shi wrote the inscription Liu Rong (Six Banyan Trees) because of the six banyan trees he saw there and it has since been called the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees.

The temple was burned down and rebuilt in the Northern Song Dynasty. Flower Pagoda, the main structure of the temple, was rebuilt in 1097, and was named for its colourful exterior. To the west of the pagoda is Daxiong Baodian Hall - the main hall of the temple. The three biggest copper Buddhist statues placed there are among the biggest and most ancient Buddhist statues in Guangdong. The middle one is Sakyamuni, to the left, the Amitabha and to the right, the Apothecary Buddha. They stand for present, past and future.

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Address: No.12 Zhujiang West Road, Pearl River New City, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510623, China