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Guangdong Travel Guide Visit China

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Guangdong Province is a coastal province in southeast China. It holds the Pearl River Delta and Hong Kong nestles in the center of its South China Sea coast.

Guangdong Province has been important in Chinese history as a major international trading center with much foreign influence and presence. It is Chinas most populous province with and estimated 100 to 110 million people in 2019.

For tourists, the huge cities ofGuangzhouandShenzhenare the main tourist highlights with attractions such as supertall towers and the shopping.

Guangdong isconditionally open(COVID restrictions apply) and can be visited by foreign travelers. If you are planning a trip to Guangdong and want to know more details, pleasecontact us.

Guangdong Province isChinas center for commodities manufacturing. Especially inGuangzhouandShenzhen, inexpensive electronics, clothing, computers, and thousands of other products are on sale in the huge markets and thousands of shops. You will find everything you are interested in, from bustling wholesale markets to luxury malls and from handicraft souvenirs to famous brands of clothing. See more onGuangzhou shoppingandShenzhen Shopping

Cantonese cuisineis the most famous of the Chinas Eight Great Cuisines. It has the characteristics of clearness, freshness, coolness, tenderness, and smoothness. A Cantonese cuisine chef is required to master how to expertly control the foods heat and oil temperature .

As the majority of Chinese restaurants around the world were opened by Cantonese-speaking (Guangdong or Hong Kong) chefs, Cantonese cuisine isthe most popular Chinese cuisine in the world.

Cantonese cuisine uses a great variety of ingredients including everything from snakes to cats. People jokingly say that in Guangdong, everything that walks, flies, crawls, or swims is edible.

Cantonese is spoken in most parts of Guangdong, as well as inHong KongMacau, and neighboring Guangxi Region. Cantonese is the third most spoken language in Canada, the third most spoken language in the United States, and the fourth most spoken language in Australia. It is spoken by an estimated 100 million people worldwide.

The China Import and Export Fair, which is held in April/May and October/November each year and attracts hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world, is honored as Chinas Number One Exhibition.

See more onthe Top Trade Fairs in China.

Many influential celebrities and famous people came from Guangdong:Ip Man,Sun Yat-sen, etc.

Guangdongs engineering wonders include the twisting Canton Tower home tothe worlds third-highest observation center and tallest observation wheel; the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge the longest sea-crossing bridge in the world; Guangzhou Opera House designed by Zaha Hadid Architects; the Kaiping watchtowers a complex and characterful fusion of Chinese and Western structural and decorative forms, etc.

Contact usto custimize a tour for the Landmark Constructions in Guangzhou, or check out our popularGuangzhou tours.

Apart fromMandarinandEnglishthat are taught in schools, there are three major language families in Guangdong:Cantonese, the Teochew (Chaoshan)dialect, and the Hakka dialect.

Cantonese is spoken by around 67 million people in Guangdong. In Guangzhou, Guangdongs capital, 80% of people speak Cantonese. On the one hand, Cantonese inherits and retains some characteristics of ancient Chinese, on the other hand, it also absorbs some southern dialects, these dialects are quite different from Mandarin, Chaoshan dialect and Hakka dialect.

TheChaoshan areadialect is mainly spoken in the southeastern area ofGuangdongaroundChaozhouandShantou. Geographically, it is closer to Fujian Province than to Guangzhou and is a Minnan (South Fujian) dialect.

Join our3-Day Chaozhou and Shantou Tourto expirence the special culture in this area.

Compared with Teochew (Chaoshan) dialect, Hakka, another minority language in Guangdong, is closer to Cantonese, and is concentrated around Meizhou (Mei County) in the northeast, though the most famousHakka peoplelive across the border in Fujian.

Guangdong has a humid subtropical to tropical climate marked by high temperatures and plentiful rainfall. It has long, hot, wet summers and short, mild, dry winters.

The best time to visit is autumnfor pleasant conditions, as its drier than spring and has much less rainfall than the summer. See more onGuangdong Weather.

Guangdong Province is in the southeast of China, and Guangzhou, its capital city, serves as the major transportation hub for south China, with Shenzhen an increasingly close second. As one of the most prosperous provinces in China, Guangdong Province is conveniently accessible by air, railway, highway, and water.

There are many airports in Guangdong Province. Guangzhou and Shenzhen are the major two, with international flights to every major city in the world and China.Hong Kongs major international airportis just over the border as isMacao.

Bullet train lines from Guangdong to the rest of China are extensive and continue being built rapidly. Guangzhou and Shenzhen are connected to dozens of major cities by high-speed trains.

Beijing Guangzhou High-Speed Trains to

( Bijng X Zhn /bay-jing sshee jan/) takes just 8 hours.

Shanghai Guangzhou Bullet Trains to

( Shnghi Hngqio Zhn /shung-hi hong-chyao jan/) takes about 7 hours.

Transportation from Hong Kong to Guangdong

The Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong High-Speed Railway was opened to traffic in 2018. Terminating atHong Kong West Kowloon Stationnorth of West Kowloon Cultural District, it is connected to the MTR Tung Chung Line and Airport Express Line at Kowloon Station and the West Rail Line at adjacent Austin Station.A Hong Kong West Kowloon Station () to Guangzhou journey takes about 47 minutes to an hour.

You could take advantage ofGuangdongs 144-hour visa-free travel policy. Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, Shenzhen Baoan Airport, and Jieyang Chaoshan Airport issued the6-day visa-free passesto eligible nationalities on international transfers.

Guangzhouis the largest city and capital of Guangdong and Chinas third largest city. It provides great convenience for travel.

Guangzhou is a southern city with a sense of both history and modernity. Besides the super-modern towers, there is European-style architecture and Lingnan (medieval south China) characteristics in the arcades, teahouses, and snack streets. Guangzhou isthe center of commodities manufacture, and theCanton Fairis held in Guangzhou every year. It is a shopping paradise, and enjoying theauthentic Cantonese foodis a must-do.

Go toShamian Islandto experience the cultural fusion.

Take a gastronomic adventure at Shangxiangjiu Pedestrian Street.

Have a fun family time in Chimelongs theme parks.

See the4-Day Essence of Guangzhou and Shenzhen Tour

Shenzhenis a young, active, and creative city. FollowingChinas reform and opening up, it transformed from a tiny fishing village to Chinas Silicon Valley at incredible speed.Shenzhenis more than an urban Cinderella tale, it is the microcosm of Chinas thriving growth.

Visit the worlds largest electronic market to learn about the citys influence and potential.

Discover Shenzhens skyscrapers and imagine that the view below used to be small villages just 30 years ago.

Chaozhou Seek the Authentic Flavor of Guangdong

Chaozhouis a good place to learn about the culture of Guangdong. There is an old saying: If you havent been to Chaozhou, you havent really been to Guangdong.

Chaozhouwas an important gateway city on the medievalMaritime Silk Road, and there remain lots of historic buildings and cultural landmarks. Chaozhou cuisine is well known in China as one of the most important branches of Cantonese cuisine.

Have a city walk to visit Chaozhous historic architecture such as Guangji Bridge, Kaiyuan Temple, and Huang Jilue Temple.

Taste Chaozhou kung fu tea and watch Chaozhou opera in a teahouse in Chaozhou Old Town.

Go to Baishi Garden to see various exhibitions of traditional crafts and try Chaozhou embroidery yourself.

Recommended tour:3 Days Chaozhou and Shantou Tour

Foshanis the birthplace of nanquan (the southern style of martial arts). Famous martial arts mastersIp Man and Fei-hung Wongwere from Foshan. It is also the birthplace of Cantonese opera. Shunde, enjoying the epithet City of Gastronomy, is also located there.

Learn kung fu with a local master to better understand the spirit of southern martial arts.

Visit Ancestor Temple to see excellent architectural art and learn about the rich folk culture of Foshan.

Satisfy your taste buds in Shunde. Shunde is the birthplace of Cantonese cuisine.

Shantouwas one of the earliest trading ports open to Western powers and one of the earliest special economic zones in the Peoples Republic of China. British-built villas, French-built churches, and traditional wooden storefronts and walkways are witnesses of its history.

Take a stroll in Shantou Small Park the landmark of Shantou. There is large architectural complex of the Republic of China era (19121947).

Visit Chen Cihuangs Former Residence to see the home ofthe richest man in Chaozhou and Shantou, a navigator/trader who lived 18431921.

Relax in Nanao Island and learn about the life of an island fisherman.

Jiangmen Unique Countryside Scenery

Diaolou (watchtowers)and hot springs are the highlights of Jiangmen. You will see diaolou ascending from the rice paddies around the city.

Diaolou were built in stone to provide a refuge and keep a look out for bandits and pirates. Diaolou were created by returning Chinese immigrants from their interpretations of Western-style strongholds.

Jiangmenis also Guangdongs homeland of hot springs. It has the first geothermal national geopark in China. The hot springs there have good water quality.

Visit Zili Village () and Jinjiangli Village () to see diaolou in Kaiping.

Visit Li Garden. It is a private garden that took a wealthy overseas Chinese ten years to build.

Recommended tour:3-Day Kaiping and Foshan Tour

Due to Guangdongs sheer size, if you have time constraints such as 72-hour or 144-hour visa-free entry, we could helptailor your tourto do what you wish enjoyably and efficiently.

These well designed tours will help you explore specific aspects of Guangdong culture:

All our tours are modifiable were experts at personalizing trips.

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