Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Guangzhou
A preferred neighborhood for an afternoon’s wanders, Huadiwan offers big showrooms of excellent Chinese furniture. Closely located aquarium area is filled with giant tanks with big fishes like arowana vie with king-size koi inside it. Moving forward you will come across oddly shaped rocks and the forests of bonsai. The area is also home to a large animal and bird market.
The neighborhood of Zhuang Yuan Fang reminds you that apart from ancient relics and relics, Guangzhou is also about fashion. The area is filled with numerous shops focusing on costumes, instruments, and props for Cantonese opera. You will find a lot of young city dwellers hanging out in this area.
Located near the old town of Xiguan, the Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street displays a unique mix of European and Chinese architecture styles in structures like Tong Lau and teahouses. The area also offers various well-known eateries like the Taotaoju Restaurant, Wenchang Chicken, and Taotao Ginger and Onion Chicken.