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Discover Guangzhou

Guangzhou, is the capital of Guangdong province in the south of China. Guangzhou is the third-largest city of China and it’s one of the first hubs of import and export in the country.

This city is heaven for many groups of people. The first individuals that usually put Guangzhou in their bucket list are the businessmen. Guangzhou is one of the main trade centers in the world and many international exhibitions like the Canton Fair is held twice each year. The second one is the shopaholics’ group. Guangzhou is a paradise for shopping lovers since there are many high-end and middle-range shopping malls offering a huge variety of domestic and international brand stores. The third group is dedicated to history lovers. Guangzhou has many historical relics such as the Museum of the Western Han Dynasty Mausoleum of the Nanyue King, Guangxiao Temple, Ancestral Temple of the Chen Family, Huaisheng Mosque, etc. which should not be missed by any visitor!

One of the main elements of Guangzhou is Cantonese Cuisine, which is one of the main regional cuisines in China with fantastic taste. Trying dim sum, dumplings, steamed shaomai, etc. are among the highlights of this cuisine.

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Canton Tower   Shamian Island   Yuexiu Park
Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall   Baiyun Mountain   Guangzhou Zoo

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By plane
Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is approximately 45kilometers away from Canton Fair Complex. Every day thousands of flights bound for places all over the world. The airport is convenient with shuttle buses running back and forth in urban areas. Metro and expressways are easily connected with Canton Fair Complex.

By train
Guangzhou East Railway Station is in Central Linhe Road in Tianhe District, mainly undertaking the inbound and outbound passenger trains in Guangzhou on Guangzhou-Shenzhen Railway, Guangzhou-Kowloon Railway and Beijing- Kowloon Railway. Guangzhou East Railway Station is approximately 10 kilometers away from Canton Fair Complex.

Guangzhou South Railway Station is located in Shibi Street, Panyu District, Guangzhou City, adjacent to Wuhan-Guangzhou Express Railway, Gui-Guang Express Railway, Nan-Guang High-Speed Railway on the north; bordering on Guangzhou-Zhuhai Intercity MRT and Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Intercity MRT, mainly responsible for the passenger transport for inbound and outbound trains and high-speed trains of Wuhan-Guangzhou Express Railway, Guangzhou-Zhuhai Intercity MRT and Guangzhou-Shenzhen Intercity MRT. Guangzhou South Railway Station is approximately 23 kilometers away from Canton Fair Complex with metro directly connecting Canton Fair Complex.