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Also known as Canton, Guangzhou is a port city on the Pearl River. It is a
trade hub and among the largest cities in China. Historically, it has been
a strategic port and has a diverse population. The city is lined with
avant-garde buildings, most notable are Zaha Hadid’s Guangzhou Opera House,
Guangdong Museum and Canton TV Tower Skyscraper. Guangzhou top museums
include - Guangdong Folk Arts Museum housed in the Chen Clan Ancestral Hall
and the Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King. The city is considered
the birthplace of dim sum and has a vibrant food scene. Xiaozhou Village in
the suburbs, is the artistic hub of the city.
Things to do in Guangzhou
Located in the Liwan District of Guangzhou, Shamian Island
is a sandbank island with a rich history. The island has a colonial past
and several of its buildings belong to classical European styles. Over 150
historical buildings in Gothic, Neoclassical and Baroque style of
architecture line the streets. Among them, the most popular ones include
the French Catholic Chapel, White Swan Hotel, No.7 North Shamian Avenue and
Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel. There are leafy pedestrian avenues all over for
visitors to take a leisurely walk. Shamian Diaje is the main boulevard of
the island with cafes, galleries, and pretty houses.
Opened in 2006, the Chimelong Paradise is the largest amusement park in the
country. The park has designated zones based on different themes, namely,
Whirlwind Island, Screaming Zone, Happy Kingdom, Kids’ Land and Phantom
Zone which includes 4-D attractions, among others. There are also shopping
and gastronomy options to keep the visitors engaged throughout their visit.
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Known locally as the Stone House, the Sacred Heart Cathedral of Jesus is a
Roman Catholic Cathedral and the seat of the Archbishop of Guangzhou. It
lies on the north bank of the River Pearl. The graceful building was built
in 1863 and is among the very few churches to be built entirely of granite.
It belongs to the Gothic Revival architectural style and is the largest
Gothic Cathedral in China and Southeast Asia. Mass is conducted here
throughout the week in Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, and English.
Best Time to visit Guangzhou
The best time to book Guangzhou flights is from October to December during
autumn season when the weather is pleasant. March is peak tourist season of
the country; however, Guangzhou is prone to rain during the same. It is
advised to book Los Angeles to Guangzhou flights in advance to avoid paying
more at the last minute.