Guangzhou is located on the Pearl River in northwestern Hong Kong, the third largest city in China and is one of the leading commercial and industrial centers in China.
Visitors to Guangzhou are widely accepted as one of China’s tourist destinations with beautiful natural features and many historical sites and landmarks of Chinese culture.
Chen Clan Academy
A sandy island located in the center and south of the city. It is a tourist destination in Guangzhou. It is the site of many hotels, youth hostel, restaurants, shops selling antiques and souvenirs.
The island is characterized by its old colonial-style European architecture.
Bright Filial Piety Temple (Guangxiao Temple)
One of the most important places for tourists is found in the city. It has a double architectural style. It was founded as a temple of Buddhism and has two temples, each with a height of 158 feet.
The garden includes some artificial lakes and three open-air swimming pools at the top of the mountain. One of the most important features of the park is the Qinhai Tower, the last vestiges of the ancient city walls of Guangzhou.
Where the monumental sculpture of the five rams was touched by one of the writers of this forum under the title of the most beautiful cities.
Dating back to the Ming dynasty, it has an amusement park on the east side, a gymnasium, restaurants, kiosks selling a variety of snacks and souvenirs.
An architectural verse reflecting the genius of the Chinese architecture and its technical details and built in 1888 as the seat of the family of the same name where they meet while they are in the city to spend their business and political affairs Other.
Located in western area to the ancient city of Guangzhou, where traditional Cantonese buildings (Ziguan residence) can be found. Great and dazzling, those old buildings were to be dwellings for business and officials.
It is Called “big old houses” are houses built in the Ziguan district of Guangzhou by rich families in ancient times.
It can be considered the tallest tower in China opened in 2010 and is one of the tourist places in Guangzhou and one of the most famous shopping areas where it includes a range of high-end markets and restaurants.
The tower offers visitors a panoramic view of the city’s landscape and landmark.
It is the oldest mosque in China, dating back to 627 CE, when the Silk Road linked the countries of Southeast Asia such as India, China, the Levant and Africa.
The mosque has a historical place and is one of the places of tourism in Guangzhou.
Chimelong Paradise Park
It was opened on April 12, 2006 in Guangzhou, the largest park in China and ranked as one of the most important tourist destinations in China.
The park is famous for its 10 Inversion Roller Coaster and many exciting games for young people and the family.