Guangzhou attractions things to do & see on holiday
Tianhe: This district has lots of bars and restaurants, great shopping an amazing skyscrapers. It is served well by the metro station and local bus service.Canton Tower: Currently the highest tower in China and the third highest tower in the world. The unique shape and architecture of the tower displays the spirit of 'dynamic Guangzhou welcoming challenges and embracing the world'.
Baiyun Mountain: Part of the Kunshan Mountain range, it's a beautifully scenic spot with pagodas, monasteries and tea houses. It's peak, 'Star touching hill' offers spectacular views over the city and it's surrounding countryside..
Bright Filial Piety Temple: Among the most majestic and most influential temples in China it's history dates back more than 1,700 years. It's architecture and cultural relics provide a fascinating insight into the history of Chinese Buddhism.
Mausoleum of the Nanyue King: Discovered as recently as 1983 this impressive mausoleum is the most important historical discovery in South China. A major part of the display is the King's burial suit which is made up of thousands of jade tiles.
Chimelong Water Park: The largest and most advanced water park in the world, featuring several award-winning rides and attractions it's a popular and fun destination for all the family.
Other options include: Cantonese Opera ( a traditional Chinese art form combining singing, music, acting, acrobatics and martial arts), Sacred Heart Cathedral ( a beautiful Gothic cathedral), Temple of the Six Banyan Trees, South China Botanical Gardens, The Pearl River, Shamian Island.
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