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1-Day Trip from Guangzhou to Kaipping Dialou

You can travel to these 4 tourist places in one day: Li Garden, Diaolou Cluster in Zili Village, Majianglong Village, Diaolou Cluster in Jianjiangli Village, and the historic Town of Chikan. Get off at Kengkou Metro Station, Exit B; after crossing the bridge you will reach the Fangcun Passenger Station. McDonalds at Bus Station, you can have breakfast or coffee ... Read More »

Guangzhou Redtory

There is a unique place where deserted factories have been transformed into a vibrant artistic zone – where the city’s tradition and heritage meet with cutting edge and diverse art and fashion. This is Redtory (红专厂).Guangzhou Redtory The future of popular Guangzhou art and design factory Redtory looks in doubt. Housed in an old abandoned factory, Redtory is not only ... Read More »

Old Villa-Style Houses in Dongshan

Generally ‘Dongshan (东山)’ is defined more as a geographic concept than an administrative region. Locals usually think of the area east to Dadao Lu (达道路), west to Dongshankou Metro Station, south to Xinhepu Lu (新河浦路) and north to Nonglin Dong Lu (农林东路). Lying just west of Guangzhou’s new downtown is Dongshan, one of a handful of little neighborhoods in the ... Read More »

Canton Customs Mansion

The Canton Customs Mansion is located at No.29 of Yanjiang Xi Road, Guangzhou. The Customs was established in the 24th year of the Kangxi Regin (1685), Being one of the first four customs of China. In the 10th year of Xianfeng’s Reign (1685), the Tariff Department was established at the present location, while the Canton Customs Mansion laid its foundation ... Read More »

Traditional Restaurant at Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street

Guangzhou Restaurant The Guangzhou Restaurant (Guangzhou jiujia) is not only the most famous and busiest in the area but also has a branch in Hong Kong and Los Angeles. There are three branches of this busy restaurant in Guangzhou and the one on Wengchangnan Road is the busiest and most historical, dating back to 1936. This is a classic and ... Read More »

Tips for Traveling in China

1. Once you buy it in China, it is yours. Like most foreign countries, make sure you are happy with the exact merchandise being sold to you. Inspect what you intend to buy, and not a sample with a “factory sealed” package to be delivered upon payment. 2. China has competitive and generally reliable electronics malls in the major cities. ... Read More »

New Guangzhou New Landmark – Canton Tower

Canton Tower is located at an intersection of Guangzhou New City Central Axes and Pearl River, facing directly Haixinsha Island where the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sixteenth Asian Games were held and the 21st century new city CBD of Guangzhou Zhujiang New Town. It is currently the highest tower in China and the third highest tower in the ... Read More »

The Memorial Museum of Generalissimo Sun Yat-sen’s Mansion

The museum is based on the site of Generalissimo Sun Yat-sen’s former mansion, a nationally protected cultural heritage site. It was originally the Guangzhou Cement Factory (set up in 1907) and later named the Generalissimo’s Mansion when Dr. Sun Yat-sen established governments in 1917 and 1923, respectively. With a total area of 8,020 square meters, the museum is comprised of ... Read More »

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) ... Read More »

Guangzhou TV & Sightseeing Tower

The design for the Guangzhou TV and Sightseeing Tower in China was won by Information Based Architecture (IBA) and Arup in 2004. Architects Mark Hemel and Barbara Kuit have proposed one of the tallest buildings on the banks of the Pearl River in Guangzhou’s Tianhe District, standing at a height of 610m. It is expected that once completed, the tower ... Read More »

Chen Clan Academy (Chen Jia Ci ,chinese)

The Chen Clan Academy, locally named the Chen Ancestral Hall, was located outside the west gate of Guangzhou City and built during the 14th to 20th years of Guangxu Reign of the Qing Dynasty (1888—1894). Contributed by the Chen families in seventy-two counties of Guangdong Province, the academy served as the hall for ancestor worship as well as a temporary ... Read More »