South America Grand Hotel

16 Haiming Street, Zhuhai District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510235, China
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Train trip from Guangzhou or Shenzhen to Shanghai

by seaeagle888

Hi, Please advise me the best option to take fast train from Guangzhou? or Shenzhen? to Shanghai and be arrived to Shanghai in the morning. Tell me what is the duration and the train fare if possible.

Re: Train trip from Guangzhou or Shenzhen to Shanghai

by enzhu

T212, Shenzhen, 13:28pm - Shanghai South, 6:58am next day.
K1210, Shenzhen, 10:09am - Shanghai South, 11:15am next day.

T100A/T100B, Guangzhou South, 18:11pm - Shanghai, 10:00am next day
T170, Guangzhou, 13:58pm - Shanghai South, 8:56am

These trains are not very fast, I'll recommend take plane in stead.

Re: Train trip from Guangzhou or Shenzhen to Shanghai

by freebaby

If you use an iphone,this app will be useful for you!
"xTown Shanghai Expo".someone share for me,I download the app cost$1.99!
I used it when I went to Shanghai last month,hope it help you!
Enjoy you tour!

Re: Train trip from Guangzhou or Shenzhen to Shanghai

by xymmot

plane travel in china is faster and cheap in state. Try southern China air.
Cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for Guangzhou


by l_joo

VTer is the resident of the VTer's apartment, is VTer's apartment's VTer. This VTer is living in Guangzhou and I VT-Met this VTer at this VTer's VTer's apartment and then two VTers taxied to Shamien and strolled to Qingping market (here picture) for photos, this and that. This picture is a picture of VTer, this VTer is [P].

GZ to Macau by coach

by jackiesg

Thinking of hopping over from GZ to Macau for a jackpot win? You can travel down by taking coach ride which takes around 2.5 hr from GZ to Zhu Hai and then walk across to the Macau custom.

Two places you can hop up such buses:
1) Most popular: Tienhe Da Sha station
At Ti Yu Xi Lu No. 133
Ticketing enquiry: 86 20 38864843

2) Zhu Jiang Xin Cheng station
At Huang Pu Da Dao Xi, Xi Chun Lu Kou Wei Jia Si Guang Chang
Ticketing enquiry: 86 20 85293039

At the Tienhe Da Sha station, there seems to have coaches to Zhu Hai every half an hour. But if you like a more comfortable ride, i recommend you to take the business coach run by this company Gong Yun Business Express. Their coaches are in red, three seater per row, leather- like seats. They have bigger seats and leg space. Other coaches are 4 seater row and are not as new as Gong Yun's business coaches.

A ride on Gong Yun business coach is RMB65 to Zhu Hai and RMB75 back from Zhu Hai to GZ. Well, me too, completely don't understand why the price difference. The ticket counter lady replied " bcos different management". Huh????

After you reach Zhu Hai at Gong Bei bus station, the Macau custom is at your walking distance. You will pass through a underground shopping mall before you reach the custom. At that underground hugh shopping mall, you are able to find all sorts of shops including pirated DVDs, computer parts and accessories, fake branded goods etc, etc. Must bargain!

Temple of Bright Filial Piety

by Willettsworld

The Temple of Bright Filial Piety on Jinghau Road, a short distance from the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees, is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Guangzhou and was the mansion of Prince Zhao Jiande of the Nanyue Kingdom during the Western Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D.24).

The temple was initially built by an Indian monk during the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317- 420) but the present temple, occupying an area of 31,000 square meters, dates from the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911). The temple has an important place in Buddhist history as Huineng of the Zen Buddhist sect was a novice monk here in the 7th century. In 1151 the building received its present name. Of the original 30 temples and palaces only about ten have survived. More photo's can be found in my travelogues.

Open: 8am-5pm. Admission: RMB5.


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