About Guangzhou

your can read much about the guanghzou informations from this category ,like guanghzou history and guanghou culture, guangzhou people

Can I book a train ticket from Hong Kong to Guangzhou online ?

Check the ticketing information on the website of the service provider of the Guangzhou-Hong Kong Through train: http://www.it3.mtr.com.hk/b2c/frmIndex.asp?strLang=Eng From Guangzhou to  Hong Kong, you cannot book your ticket online , You need to buy at the Guangzhou East Railway Station or you can buy train tickets at your hotel concierge or travel agent office with a small fee is added …

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Hongkong International Airport to Guangzhou by Bus or Train?

While the train from Hung Hom Train Station to Guangzhou is the fastest option, generally, it is not the fastest option for you arrive at the HKIA and wants to go to Guangzhou directly. From HKIA to Guangzhou ,take a bus instead of a trains. Note that these buses have multiple drops off points in Guangzhou (e.g. universities, China hotels)It …

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Safety in Guangzhou ?

By Taxi at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport Fear often comes from within. If one thinks something is dangerous, then the fear feeds and builds up. Don’t worry about traveling to Guangzhou. It is just like traveling to most parts in the world. Every year, thousands of foreign visitors visit Guangzhou or attend fairs in Guangzhou and go back to their …

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How to Exchange Currency in China

Exchanging currency in China is a very straightforward transaction. The Yuan, or Renminbi, is the currency for China. Renminbi translates as “The People’s Currency.” Exchange rates for Renminbi are established each day in China and should be displayed wherever currency is exchanged. The rate fluctuates from day to day so do not be surprised. Instructions 1 :  Go directly to …

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Guangzhou Flower Fair

Flower Fair (花市) is a traditional cultural activity unique to people in Guangzhou during the Spring Festival. It usually starts several days before the Spring Festival till the midnight of the New Year’s Eve. The origin of flower fairs can be traced back 500 years. From then on, flower fairs were held in Guangzhou during the Spring Festival every year. …

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Guangzhou Overview

Guangzhou , is the third largest economic city of chinese mainland, capital of Guangdong Province, it is political, economic, technological, educational and cultural centers of Southern China; it is one of the most important transportation hubs in China. Guangzhou is located in Guangdong Province in south-central, situated in the mouth of the Pearl River Delta, with the Baiyun (White Cloud) …

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By Train

Trains cover the 182 kilometers from Hong Kong in about two hours, including a stop at Dongguan. Through Trains to Guangzhou East Railway Station depart from Hong Kong at Hung Hom railway station in Kowloon and arrive in Guangzhou at the East station. Through train services are operated by Hong Kong MTR. www.it3.mtr.com.hk. The one-way journey price starts from 190HKD-230HKD.In …

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Where is the best area to stay

In Guangzhou, there are five main commercial centers with different settings. You may find one of your favorite commercial settings to stay and experience the Guangzhou life style. Shangxiajiu Commercial Area Shangxia Jiu Lu Xiguan Mansion Chen Clan Academy Guangzhou Restaurant Shangxiajiu Commercial Area is located in the center of Liwan District, a prosperous, traditional commercial district. There are lots …

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Milan 1898

In a unique hundred-year-old red-brick villa building in Dongshankou, right in the heart of Guangzhou, Milan 1898 is the only Private Kitchen of authentic Italian tradition where Italian chef Pietro Mincuzzi delights you with his superb selection of seafood and traditional dishes prepared exclusively with fresh high quality ingredients selected from the best local sources and imported directly from Italy. …

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Mammamia–One of the best italian restaurant in Guangzhou

Mammamia used to be one of the best Italian restaurants in the city, although it has now been somewhat eclipsed by a new wave of Italian restaurants. It boasts a real Italian chef (Rocco Nikolay), and a lot of high quality Italian good. The pricing here is about 10% higher than similar restaurants in Guangzhou. Although the price is higher …

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