Xin Gang Holiday Hotel

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No.2 East Xingang Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510620, China
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2 days of sightseeing

by spittie

I am from india and will be in Guangzhou for the the canton fair. then i will be going to Shenzen for another fair. Then in between this time and the last fair I wish to go to(also in guangzhou)i have two days. So basically only 2 days of sightseeing on my first ever visit to China!!!!What place could i visit?I was thinking about guilin.but I think that would be a long train ride and I will be wasting time. What about macau?Please advice. Also any other tips would be most welcome!!!I am a hindu vegetarian...so kind of dreading the food there!!!!Planning to make guangzhou the base and moving to and from to other places.All tips wlecome.
Thanks

Re: 2 days of sightseeing

by ellyse

You're already in China when you go to Guangzhou and Shenzhen, you don't have to leave those 2 cities to get your "first ever visit to China"!
The train ride to Guilin is overnight so you wouldn't be wasting time on travelling there -- you have to sleep somewhere anyway, so why not on the sleeper train?
If you go to Macau, more issues with the visa. Indian passport holders get a 30-day visa-on-arrival for Macau, but you'll then need a double/multi-entry China visa to get back into mainland China.
Guangzhou and Shenzhen should have a number of Indian restaurants, though not necessarily vegetarian, although you can probably pick out suitable items from the menu. Indian food is relatively expensive as well.

Re: 2 days of sightseeing

by enzhu

You can kill the extra two days in Guangzhou and Shenzhen easily, there is no need to go out.
If you like to go out, I have three suggestions:
1. You can fly to Shanghai to see world expo.
2. If you are doing international trade, you can also fly to Yiwu:
"Yiwu, 300 kilometers away from Shanghai, is the largest market of petty commodity wholesales in the world where various foreign buyers go to place orders." Such a depiction comes from Chinese Figures Astonishing the World, a special report co-delivered by the United Nations,the World Bank and Morgan Stanley. In that special report, Yiwu is the only enlisted county economy. (from Wikipedia)
3. Do a day trip from Guangzhou to Changsha and Wuhan. Leave from Guangzhou with HSR in morning. Arrive Changsha in noon, visit Yuelu Academy and have lunch there. Then take HSR to go to Wuhan. Visit Yellow Crane Pavilion and have dinner there. After that, take HSR to go back Guangzhou. You will be able to arrive your hotel before bed time.

Re: 2 days of sightseeing

by chinamonty

If you look for Buddhist restaurants you should be OK. If in doubt get someone to tell them you eat the same food as Buddhists and they will respect that. I had a couple of vegetarian friends in Shenzhen and that was how they did it. There are plenty of vegetarian dishes available in China -they eat a huge amount of Dofu (they dont call it tofu). I would steer clear of "stinky tofu" though as this sometimes has meat in it and is often also made with fermented milk. Normal Dofu should be OK I believe. Also there are many noodle dishes you can chose from. Maybe Ellyse could give you some pinyin names of some popular dishes you could ask for.

Travel Tips for Guangzhou

Shamian by night.

by Guantanamera

During the night, Shamian Dao transforms into a deeply romantic locale, where lovers often walk amidst the gardens and parks, or along the side of the Pearl River, sitting on benches, holding hands, or dining under Chinese lanterns at restaurants... The various constructions of the island are lit up at night with spectral, almost mystical chroma, like the blush of violet you see in the image here...

Guangzhou Airport: taxis at night

by mke1963

The poor taxi service at the new Baiyan Airport continues to deteriorate. If you arrive after 9pm, expect taxi-drivers to be somewhat hostile at your request for them to use the meter. They will offer a fare which is 150-200% higher than it should be, and it is already an expensive ride into town at high speed. (It's depressing to pass the old airport, a full 30 minutes after you have left the new airport!)
A way round this is to just walk to the first taxi, and say "Da biao" ("Use the meter") and keep walking down the line until one says Yes. Don't even bother saying where you are going. When you get to the taxis at the back, one will say Yes (rather than face a long idle wait). If on business, note that many off-the-meter rides will not be able to provide a tax receipt/fappiao!

Markets

by keeweechic

Visiting any local market is a unique experience, what you get to see is not all you necessary expect. I read a saying somewhere about the Chinese that they “eat everything that flies, except a plane, everything that swims, except a ship and everything with four legs, except a car”. A little far fetched but still you are like to find every imaginable kind of food somewhere around.

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