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Guangzhou Experiences

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One way ticket
(local transport)


Taxi 1km
(Normal Tariff)





Coke / Pepsi
(0.33 liter bottle)



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Currency Rate

  • GBP = 1
  • CNY = 8.12

Guangzhou Overview

With cheap tickets to Guangzhou, it is the capital and most crowded city of the territory of Guangdong in southern China. Situated on the Pearl River north-northwest of Hong Kong and 145 km north of Macau, Guangzhou has a past filled with more than 2200 years and was a noteworthy end of the sea Silk Road and keeps on filling in as a noteworthy port and transportation centre point today. Notwithstanding its lively touring assets, explorers as a rule come to Guangzhou to shop and eat. Guangzhou obliges endless immense markets gaining practical experience in any made-in-china items, including Chinese tea, herbs, and articles of clothing, watches, hardware and toys. You will be horrified to see the genuine costs of those China-made items and the benefit your nearby shops procure by offering them.

Guangzhou is isolated into ten locales. Among them, Yuexiu and Liwan, the support for the Cantonese culture, has been the downtown area since the magnificent time. Tianhe, which was a cultivating town decade’s back, has been developed into another business focus with some greatest shopping centres and most astounding high rises in the city. Rush to buy cheapest flights to Guangzhou now!

Top 6 things to do in Guangzhou

5 facts about Guangzhou


Guangzhou is among the cities with best conserved, gorgeously adorned ancient architectures.


Located in the core of this country, Guangzhou is a foremost harbour city as well as capital of Guangdong Province.


The savours of Cantonese cooking are renowned throughout China.


Chairman Mao once lived in this city during the 1920 era.


China’s most ancient mosque is present in Guangzhou.