Guangzhou Tour | Guangzhou Travel
Guangzhou, also known as Canton and Kwangchow, is the political, economic and cultural center of South China. Canton Fair, the biggest trade fair in China, is held twice a year in Guangzhou in April and October since 1957. Plus, the 16th Asian Games has been held successfully in Guangzhou in 2010.
Sweltering, cat-and-dog raining, hot blossoms and trees all over, endless flow of rivers and streams...New comers of Guangzhou used to describe the city with those phrases. A subtropical and enthusiastic city! Quite soon they are impressed with the locals' strong affection of drinking herbal tea.
Around corners and less-trodden lanes of Guangzhou downtown, inspiring scenes and attractions would bump open your eyes all of a sudden. You may run into an ancient Buddha temple with a history of over 1,000 years, or catch sight of a magnificent cathedral backgrounded with the typical Cantonese buildings. Gradually you'll find out more difference between Guangzhou and other cities of China you've ever been to in the field of folklore.
A large number of parks, theme parks and scenic spots in Guangzhou are always welcomed by parents and kids or affectionate couples. If you plan to experience real thrill, learn more about nature and life and get rid of summer heat, why not go try these attractions?