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Guangzhou Highlights

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Guangzhou Highlights

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Overview



The third largest city in China has just as much culture as Shanghai or Beijing!

Although Guangzhou is the third-largest city in China behind Shanghai and Beijing it certainly doesn't lack culture by any means. With easy access to Hong Kong, Macau, the Pearl River, and the South China Sea, Guangzhou has made a name for itself as the primary political, economic, scientific, educational and cultural hotbed of Southern China. Often considered to be the pioneer of economic development in China this remarkable city will provide a unique insight into China's past and present that often goes overlooked.

A day spent with your guide will showcase all the best Guangzhou has to offer. At the Sun Yat-Sun Memorial Memorial Hall, you will explore the beautiful complex built to honor Sun Zhongshan, the flag bearer the Chinese Democratic revolution. Built in 1931 and reconstructed in 1998, the main hall is full of intricate local designs and provides the perfect location for performances, conferences, and celebrations. With a statue of Sun Zhongshan greeting you at the time of arrival this memorial is the perfect escape from the bustling metropolis of Guangzhou and provides a semblance of culture that will follow you everywhere you go!

You will also visit Shamian island, given as a concession to the French and British governments after the First Opium War in 1841. Today, you will see restored colonial mansions, as well as cafes, bars, and boutique shops.

- Price includes entrance fees.
- Food and beverages are not included in the tour cost.

Days offered: 7 days a week

Departures:
  • 08:30 AM, duration: 8 hours
  • 09:30 AM, duration: 8 hours


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