Guangzhou Travel Guide
Guangzhou is the capital of Guangdong province with a population 18 million approximately. Located around Pearl River or Zhujiang in Chinese, Guangzhou has super good location for both water and road transfers in China since ancient times.
Cantonese food is popular not only at home but also for overseas, which mentions the original taste of the materials with as few as spices in the food. Cantonese is a different language from mandarin and other dialects in China, which is spoken by over 80 million people.
Canton Trade Fair is hold in Guangzhou twice every year, in Spring and Autumn.
Guangzhou Nan railway station is one of the major stations in China to link various bullet trains to nearly most of cities.
Guangzhou Baiyuan International Airport is one of the major airports in China, you can fly to major cities in China and other counties from here.
Guangzhou is only 150km away from Hong Kong, a fast train links two cities together. It takes only 2 hours.
Guangzhou had become a hub of Marine Silk Road since 15th century, there are many relicts excavated around Guangzhou to prove it.