Motel 168 (Guangzhou Tianhe North Road)

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

No.5 Tianhe North Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510620, China
Motel 168 Guangzhou Tianhe North Road
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Train from Guangdong to Shenzhen


Re: Train from Guangzhou to Shenzhen
Posted: Wed May 30, 2007 03:42 PM UTC
May I know what is the fare from Guangzhou to Shenzhen or via versa? Are they all speed train or normal train. How long does it takes to travel from Guangzhou to Shenzhen. Does the train stop at Lowu in Shenzhen?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Re: Train from Guangdong to Shenzhen

by ellyse

Most of the trains between Guangzhou (both main and East station) and Shenzhen are D and T trains, the D trains are the fastest trains in China at the moment and the T trains are the next best.
D trains cost 43/52 RMB for 2nd/1st class seat. T trains cost 22/34 RMB for hard/soft seat if arriving at Guangzhou East train station; 2 RMB more if arriving at Guangzhou main train station. The fare is the same for going in the opposite direction as well.
D trains take just under 1 hour for the trip and the T trains just a little over 1 hour.
Yes, the train station in Shenzhen is at Lowu.

Travel Tips for Guangzhou

Bustling Beijing Road brought to you by Coca Cola!

by Confucius about A crowded pedestrian street with various shops

This is the ultimate shopping street in Guangzhou. It is anchored by two large upscale department stores and features many trendy boutiques, a big bookstore, and all kinds of fast food.

In the center of the street you will see two underground archeological sites showing that this road has existed here for nearly a thousand years. Coke must have struck a good deal with Guangzhou's municipal authorities because the pair of underground sites are sponsored by the American soda icon. Just in case you overlook that fact on the accompanying bronze plaque, then you can't miss the Coca Cola logo that appears on almost every other glass panel which peers below into a pit with remnants of the Song and Ming dynasty roads on display. Permanently stationed between the two historical sites is the convenient Coca Cola Trolley, peddling the traditional glass bottles of what Chinese people not too long ago believed was a strange elixir that tasted like some awful western medicine.

Looking into the excavation pit, it is almost possible to get lost in time and imagine you are back in the Ming dynasty with hundreds of Middle Kingdom peasants surrounding you and no cars or bicycles on the road. Seeing that you indeed appear lost in time, a Chinese tout will immediately bring you back to reality and approach you with an aggresive offer to sell a watch. The Xinhua bookstore is a good place to buy a tourist atlas of China. This is really the only shop around here that I would recommend. You won't find any bargains if you're looking for cheap clothing or those popular fake brand name designer goods.
It's fun to look at the young Chinese generation hanging out on Beijing Street and see what outfits they're wearing. They're not as eccentric as the youth of Tokyo's Harajuku, but still amusing nonetheless. Prices for clothing and shoes here are not as cheap as elsewhere in Guangzhou, so don't expect to find many good bargains.

Six Banyan Trees Temple

by Emile72

The Temple of the Six Banyan Trees is one of the four best Buddhist temples in Guangzhou and located on the Liurong Road.

The architecture that catches the visitors' eyes most is the Six Banyan Pagoda. It is a pagoda where Buddhist relics are placed.

When we visited it, we were (for some reason) not allowed to enter the pagoda and premises.

My Life In Guangzhou

by MysticWarrior

"Which Way To Go"

Taken January 26,2002 on my way to work. Ive always liked to take pictures of common things,because
you have to see life at eye level to appreciate the beauty that exists in those common things that are gone
in the blink of an eye.

"Roads In The Sky"

Taken January 19,2002
One thing that brings back memories and peculiar emotions is the streets and how it feels to walk under these massive structures. I have my personal memories of the streets and of my feelings of wonder.

"The Supermarket"

Taken January 19,2002 Near City Centre. My friend said Supermarket
but she said it like Soup Market. I was surprised to find western style
shopping in Guangzhou. Some of my friends said "I didnt think of China that way". If you want to know what I think. If not for all the signs in Chinese, this could have been New York.


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