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One-Day Guangzhou Visa-Free Tour With Round-trip Transfer Between Guangzhou Airport And City Center
"Your tour guide will meet you at the arrival lobby of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport holding a sign with your name on it and transfer you with a private vehicle to Guangzhou city center for a day of sightseeing. Highlights of recommended Museum of Nanyue King Qingping Market and Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street. Due to limitations of your itinerary admission fees to attractions are not included. Pay as you visit at your own expense upon entering these attractions. Lunch can also be arranged at a popular local restaurant at your own cost. Duration of this tour is limited within 8 hours. Afte you will be transferred back to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport for your departure flight."""
From $250.00
 
Private Tour: Guangzhou City Sightseeing Including Yuexiu Park
"Leave your central Guangzhou hotel by air-conditioned minibus and travel with your private guide to Yuexiu Park to see some of the city’s A-list attractions. As you travel your guide will talk to you about Guangzhou – its culture history and most importantly its sights.As Guangzhou’s largest downtown park Yuexiu is a vast site
From $41.00
 
Magnificent Guangzhou Half-Day Tour
"Your guide will pick you up at your hotel in Guangzhou at 8:00 am and proceed to the Guangzhou TV and sightseeing tower also known as the Canton Tower. The Canton Tower is iconic and used to be the tallest TV tower in the world replacing the CN Tower in Canada which had held the title for 34 years previously until the Tokyo Skytree surpassed it. The tower is still the tallest structure in China and East Asia and now the third tallest freestanding structure in the world. From th also known as the Guangdong Provincial Museum of Folk Art in the west part of Guangzhou’s old town. It is the most recommendable buildup of folk art and tradition of the city. The academy was established in 1894 in Qing Dynasty as a place for students to prepare for their imperial examinations examinations students were required to take in order to join the civil service in the Qing Dynasty. The Chen Clan Academy consists of 19 buildings in total with nine halls and six courtyards. The complex forms around a north-south axis
From $154.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Guangzhou

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Laptops for Sale

There is dudes on the Metro and at the metro stations that try and sell you laptops. I have heard of people buying them and the laptop working good, but also i have bought one for fairly cheap and got...
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Attention to the taxi drivers from the airport

Before starting, make sure that he uses the meter. Don't accept if they propose you a price before hand. A taxi trip to Ramada Hotel, for instance has a normal price of 40 RMB. I have been asked by...
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Rain, rain, go away!

In a lot of my pictures you can see the sky was grey or even white most of the time I was in Guangzhou. This was more of a haze than clouds, so when the sky opened up and dropped buckets on my head I...
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What a bath!

I was walking on the Haizhu bridge and saw people watching down at the pearl river. I walked up and caught such a funny picture. A man was bathing himself in the water. Oh no, the water is yukky!! But...
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Say No To the Flower Children

Say no to children who want to sell you a flower. If they persist tell them you will callthe police; that works.To avoid pick pockets, I carry a small amount of cash and a credit card in a thin two...
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Crime

The crime rate is fairly low in China. Theft is the most common crime affecting visitors and occurs most frequently in crowded public areas, such as hotel lobbies, bars, restaurants, and tourist and...
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Extreme humidity

If you go in the summer, prepare for the heat. I've never sweated like I did in Guangzhou and I'm from Texas. Do like most locals and find a drink and a shady spot in one of the cities many large and...
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Sick Building??? Just a word...

Sick Building??? Just a word of caution for you who are thinking of staying at the White Swan. Of the families that I have know who stayed there, at least 1/3 of them got very sick during their visit....
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Driving!! I believe that...

Driving!! I believe that foreigners are not allowed to drive in China, but either way, you are best not to. This picture was taken outside of a tunnel...IN MARCH!!!You have to click on it to...
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One problem about living in...

One problem about living in Guangzhou or any city in China is that many Chinese no little or nothing about Western life and habits (I'm from Melbourne, Australia). In short, the Chinese are obsessed...
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ALWAYS RECONFIRM YOUR DOMESTIC...

ALWAYS RECONFIRM YOUR DOMESTIC (and Chines carriers' international) FLIGHTS ! If you are going to meet local guide, she/he usually asks to see tickets and she/he will reconfirm them. However if you...
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Just becareful When you across...

Just becareful When you across the streets. And please don't go to Guangzhou in Apirl, if you just to visit Guangzhou, because there will be a very market meeting during that Apirl and another days...
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Don't go to the CITS if you...

Don't go to the CITS if you need any information!If you are near the train station, you better go to the 'information office for travellers' (or something like that) on the street that goes west from...
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In Shantou, you can see...

In Shantou, you can see motorbikes everywhere. It is the most common traffic so to say. Be careful when you cross the road. Look out and not to be knocked.
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Top Hotels in Guangzhou

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368 Huanshi Dong Lu, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510064, China
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188 Di Shu Fu Rd, Liwan District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510140, China
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No.1 Huizhan East Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510308, China
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No.3 Xing'an Road, Pearl River New City, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510623, China
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339 Huan Shi Dong Road, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510098, China
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53 Shamian N, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510130, China
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Top Things to Do in Guangzhou

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Six Banyan Temple

Liu Rong Si is a cool little temple that is definitely visit-worthy. The immediate block surrounding the temple is full of stores selling Buddhist regalia and incense, and has a laid-back vibe to...
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Qing Ping Market

Qing Ping was most famous for being the place to find crazy, exotic, Chinese meats - think monkey meat and puppies. The government has made efforts to clean it up, so unless you think turtle meat is...
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Temple of Chen Family

The Chen Ancestral Hall was located outside the west gate of Guangzhou City and built between the 14th to 19th years of the Guangxu Reign of the Qing Dynasty (1888-1893). It was funded by Chen...
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Zoo

The zoo was founded in 1958 and covers 42 hectares. It receives about 2.5 million visitors annually. I'm not a fan of zoos, but while in China I couldn't pass up the chance of seeing a...
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Five Rams Statue

Guangzhou is often called as the Goats City (羊城) because there is a fairy tale regards the arrival of five fairies with five goats to the city of Guangzhou. The statue of five goats was...
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Pearl River

There is no better way to see Guangzhou by night than to take a cruise on the Pearl River. Most of the buildings along the Pearl River are brightly lighted up at night with dazzling neon lights that...
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Top 5 Guangzhou Writers

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Guantanamera

"Nuthin' But a "GZ" Thang"
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herzog63

"Guangzhou - From back in the day....."
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Sobe-A-Rush

"Guangzhou - My Chinese Home"
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jlee008

"The Gateway to China"
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joecooper

"Joe Cooper's Guangzhou Page"
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