Hanting Express (Guangzhou Liuhuazhanguan)

No.783 Jiefang North Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510040, China
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Best time to visit Guangzhou for shopping

by charmed_one


I'm looking to visit Guangzhou in Nov this year and I'm looking to shop till I drop. As I'm from a humid country, I'm looking for summer clothing sales. From what I read up, Nov should be just nice but are they having sales during this period or are they going to start selling winter wear then?

Will appreciate if anyone can hel me on this.

Appreciated lots!

Re: Best time to visit Guangzhou for shopping

by charmed_one

Might be changing my plans to leave on Sept 10. Will this be a good time for shopping as well? How will the weather be like then? I can't seem to access your external website due to my firewall. Also which hotel is recommended (safe and convenient to shopping area, party area)? I'm not particular about hotel as long as it's within my budget of USD30-35

Thanks for your input. Appreciated!

Re: Best time to visit Guangzhou for shopping

by ellyse

When exactly would you be staying in Guangzhou?

Re: Best time to visit Guangzhou for shopping

by charmed_one

At the moment it's a toss between mid September or end November.

Re: Best time to visit Guangzhou for shopping

by ellyse

I would pick mid September if you're looking for end-of-summer sales.

Re: Best time to visit Guangzhou for shopping

by charmed_one

Currently it looks like I'll be going in end November instead... weather wins! Prefer a more cooling time to visit as I'll also be planning to visit HK and Macau.

Thanks for all your help guys

Travel Tips for Guangzhou

Guangzhou Architecture

by Guantanamera

As I've alluded in other contexts, Guangzhou is one of the world's most fascinating architectural space, on a par with the world's greatest cities... What is really unusual about it is the variety of contrast available between the aging decaying buildings of centuries past and the brand new ultra-modern buildings of very recent construction, such as the beaming gold towers you see in this photo, part of the China Mayors Plaza...

Six Banyan Temple

by keeweechic

Six Banyan Temple and Flowery Pagoda is a renowned Buddhist cultural site. Built in 537, the temple enshrines three large Buddhist statues, the biggest copper Buddhist statues existing in Guangdong Province. The 57 metre high Flower Pagoda has nine storeys viewing from the outside, 17 storeys viewing from inside.

The thousand-Buddha copper pillar cast in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) is kept on the top storey of the pagoda. In the temple there are also three large bronze Buddhist sculptures made in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), each standing six metres high and weighing 10 tons.

Guangzhou(Canton): South Gate of China

by coolpanda87

"China's Economic Reform"

As part of China's economic reform to help improve this country's standard of life, the Pearl Delta Region, including Guangzhou was designated as a Special Economic Administrative Zone. It was an experiment to see if China would benefit from a new economic system.

Apparently, the results have been positive, & China seems to be headed for the next Golden Age.

"YUM !"

Anyways, this is the capital of the province of Guangdong, & before the 1940s, it was way more prosperous than Hong Kong. Now it is regaining economic strength, as it was the first area in China that welcomed foreign investments.

Personally, the best attraction in Guangzhou is food, for it is China's culinary capital. Dim Sum & many Chinese delicatessens first developed here.

"Land Of My Ancestors"

Until my first trip to Guangzhou, I never knew that this was where generations of my ansectors were living. Though it felt really weird, it would explain why the people in my ancestor's hometown look strangely similiar to me.


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