This lovely, tree-lined neighborhood bordering the Pearl River was once home to foreign merchants, and today is a laid-back area ideal for strolling or stopping for a meal or cup of tea.
Get away from all the noise in Guangzhou and experience the calm atmosphere exuded by this impressive twin-spired Roman Catholic cathedral.
Not recommended for the faint hearted, the largest street market in Guangzhou features 2,000 stalls, the most infamous section being the meat market where live chickens, cats, dogs, turtles and anteaters are frequently slaughtered on the spot to provide customers with fresh meat.
Also known as the Guangdong and Canton river, the Pearl River is the third largest river in China. It is called Pearl River, because it has a stone island resembling a huge pearl. A cruise along the Pearl River in Guangzhou City has become a must for tourists.
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