Guangdong Pictures

Guangdong Province is situated in the southern part of China. The Province not only has many picturesque tourist places to visit, but also a gourmet's paradise with its fine Cantonese cuisine. The bustling markets, the brightly lit night fairs, the Cantonese restaurants and tea houses that can be found everywhere; altogether gives you the full essence of Guangdong Province. Detailed information about Guangdong Travel Guide

Guangzhou is an ancient city with a history of 2,800 years. It is named the 'Flower City' because of its long summer. This city is green with plants and blooming with fresh flowers all year round.

Yuexiu Park is a comprehensive cultural and recreational park. With an area of 868,000 square meters, it consists of three artificial lakes, seven hills, a stadium and a swimming pool.

Located in Zhenhai Tower on Yuexiu Mountain, Guangzhou Museum is a local museum reflecting the history of the city. The main building, the Zhenhai Tower was originally built in 1380 during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

The Ancestral Temple of the Chen Family was originally built during the reign of the Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It is also called Chen Clan Academy since it is not only a place for worshiping ancestors but also a place for study.

Before the foundation of People's Republic of China, the island was held on lease by U.K. and France. More than 150 western-style buildings were built in that period to function as consulate, church, bank, post office, telegraph office, hospital, hotel and residence.
Pearl River is the third longest river in China with a length of about 2,300 kilometers (1,429 miles). Pearl River Night Cruise is a popular tour in Guangzhou.
Window of the World is located in Overseas Chinese Town, Nanshan District of Shenzhen. It is a famous theme park assembling about 130 miniature reproductions of world's wonders, popular scenic spots and historic sites.

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