Tours & Tickets
Flights :Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is among the 3 biggest airports in China and many countries in the world have direct flights to it. From the airport, there are coach buses that go to all the major areas in Guangzhou as well as the Pearl River Delta region which includes Hong Kong, Macau and Shenzhen and they are fast and convenient. Alternatively, you can take the subway line 3 towards the city. Cabs are also available, although the fares are a little higher; around 100-300 Chinese Yuan.
Canton Tower, a landmark of Guangzhou, is a place not to be missed while you are there.. It is the highest TV tower in China and the third in the world and from the top of the tower, visitors can have a birds-eye view of the whole city. Taking a night cruise down Pearl River, you will enjoy the sparkling lights and tall buildings along its banks, and with the moon reflecting on its waters creating a magical atmosphere. Guangzhou is known for its food. There are many restaurants offering Dim Sum, a rich variety of delicacies literally round the clock; from breakfast to supper.