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Our journey to Guangzhou was primarily business-oriented. It's renowned as the "world factory" for a good reason – it offers an extensive array of products, often at substantial discounts when purchased in bulk. Our experience with suppliers was exceptional; they not only provided convenient services like hotel pick-ups, dining arrangements, and factory tours but also maintained regular communication. However, the challenge we faced revolved around independently ordering food in restaurants. The menus posed a language barrier, and unfortunately, Google Translate didn't consistently provide appetizing translations.

Where we stayed

Places to see

Guangzhou, a vibrant and historic city in southern China, offers a mix of modern attractions and cultural landmarks. Here are some places to see and things to do in Guangzhou:


Canton Tower - This iconic tower is one of the tallest in the world and offers breathtaking views of the city from its observation decks.


Yuexiu Park - This large urban park features the famous Five Rams Statue, a symbol of Guangzhou, as well as historical relics, gardens, and a lake.


Shamian Island - A historic district with colonial architecture, tree-lined streets, and peaceful parks. It's a great place for a leisurely stroll.


Chen Clan Ancestral Hall - A beautifully preserved complex that showcases traditional Chinese architecture, intricate carvings, and historical artifacts.


Guangxiao Temple - One of the oldest Buddhist temples in Guangzhou, known for its serene atmosphere and cultural significance.


Sacred Heart Cathedral - A stunning Gothic-style cathedral that stands out amidst the city's more traditional architecture.


Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall - A monument dedicated to Dr. Sun Yat-sen, a key figure in China's history. The hall is an architectural masterpiece and often hosts cultural events.


Guangzhou Museum - Learn about the city's history, culture, and development through its exhibits and collections.

Pearl River Night Cruise - Take a cruise along the Pearl River at night to enjoy the city's skyline and colorful lights.


Xiguan Antique Street - Explore this historic district to get a taste of old Guangzhou with its traditional shops, street food, and ancient architecture.


Nanfang Building - A historic building with an observation deck offering panoramic views of the city.


These are just some of the many attractions you can explore in Guangzhou. The city's rich history and modern development make it a fascinating destination for travelers interested in both traditional and contemporary Chinese culture.

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