Motel 168 (Guangzhou Pingkang Road)

No.53 Pingkang Road, Shiqiao Zhen, Fanyu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
Motel 168 Guangzhou Pingkang Road
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China Visa

by al_l

I will be travelling to Guangzhou from Hongkong on Nov. 13-18 via Shenzhen by bus, Can someone tell me if I can get a China Visa at Lo Wu before entering Shenzhen and how much. Thanks!

Re: China Visa

by qaminari

It depends on your nationality, apparently Americans can't get an instant visa at Lo Wu but other nationalities can - however, I would strongly advise you to check with the Chinese Embassy where you live, it would be annoying to get there and be turned back!

Re: China Visa

by ellyse

What passport nationality are you?

Re: China Visa

by al_l

I'm from the Philippines, will I be able to get a China Visa at the border and how much? I read before somewhere that it cost RMB100 for a week stay in china, is this true?

Re: China Visa

by Bickers72

I think you will find accomodation is a little bit more than 100RMB per week. Especially if you are after any sort of comfort. Most midrange hotels cost between 400-600RMB per night. Of course backpacker accomodation will be cheaper but 20RMB per night may be pushing it

Re: China Visa

by ellyse

I agree. 100 RMB/week for accommodation?! That's really too low (even for hostel dorms) for Guangzhou. Did you perhaps mean 1000 RMB/week, or 100 RMB/day?
If you're seriously on a tight budget, try looking on CouchSurfing ( or Hospitality Club (

Re: China Visa

by al_l

Hi there! When I said RMB100 for a week stay I meant the cost of the visa for a 1 week duration stay not the accomodation, now i understand that if i get a visa there at Lo Wu i can only stay for 5 days. sorry for the confusion :(

Travel Tips for Guangzhou

Martyr Shrine


As a Taiwanese, I came here to salute to founders of Republic of China, the famous Huanghuagan Battle. Somehow, I found this monument worships more than what I am looking for, they also commemorate founder of PRC.
The park itself is very big, consisting of three areas, including a huge monument holding stone, a tomb containing personal effects of the deceased; and a long way to the main monument. I can tell that the locals come here for daily exercise, I saw a few elders having walks.
Admission fee is RMB5.
Take metro to Martyr Monument station.

Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King

by cpim2004

The largest king's tomb of the western-han dynasty(137BC-122BC).

Watch the video guide at 1st floor service hall, then it is easy for you to stroll around.

The most interesting thing is the jade shroud sewn with silk thread for the king.

In the north of china, gold is used instead of jade, cause gold can be found easily and cheap. (Burma is famous jade supply resoure).

TaBrEz KhAn In GuAnGzHoU mArCh 3rD tO 7tH 2005

by tabrez603

"Guangzhou Intro & History......"

Guangzhou, a capital city, is the largest and most prosperous trading city in southern China. It is situated in the south of China, with the Baiyun Hill in the north and the Zhujiang (Pearl River) Delta Plain in front. The city is 125 kilometers northwest of Hong Kong on the Pearl River.

The personality of Guangzhou differs significantly from that of northern China. While one can stand in the middle of Tian'anmen Square in Beijing and feel the backbone of Chinese authority, one can easily stand on any street in Guangzhou and feel the lack of order inherent in the traffic and commotion!

Guangzhou is one of the 24 cities which are the first to have been announced as famous cities of historic and cultural interest in China. The history of 2,200 years has left behind many places of historic interest and scenic beauty. They are vivid witness of past brilliance of Guangzhou.

As early as in the 9th century B.C, together with the Chu people on the middle reaches of the Yangtse River, people there built Chuting, then they established Nanhai Prefecture in the Qin Dynasty, and Nanyue Kingdom in the Western Han Dynasty. Guangzhou is the starting point of the Silk Road on the Sea which links China with the Arabian and Western countries in trading. Before the Qing Dynasty, Guangzhou was China's only foreign trade port at sea. Guangzhou has the longest history among the international trade port cities in the world. Silk, porcelain and tea are the three main foreign trade commodities in Guangzhou in ancient times.

The spoken language of Guangzhou - Cantonese - is incomprehensible to northern Chinese, who typically speak Mandarin. A word in Cantonese has nine tones instead of the four tones in the Mandarin dialect. (The area around Guangzhou was overcrowded even 200 years ago, and many peasants from the region emigrated to Southeast Asia, North America, and Europe; as a result, Cantonese is the most common dialect among early overseas Chinese.)


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