This is a larger urban zone embraces Pearl River's estuary. One of the birth places of Lingnan culture, at the same time, one of the most developed yet continuously developing areas in contemporary China, a great journey awaits you.
A strong presence of tradition intertwined with modernity can be felt once landed onto this "flower city". Yum cha, dim sum, and Yue cuisine, together with attractions and shopping venues have made Guangzhou an unparalleled destination.
Former concession is now a tranquil scenery spot, with historical buildings, hotels, restaurants, and pedestrian avenues flanked by Chinese Banyan.
Sophisticated wood, stone, and brick carvings, as well as pottery, plaster, and iron engravings can be scrutinised at the Chen-Academy (now houses the Guangdong Folk Art Museum). The distinctive pottery ridge crest decorating on the great halls depicts famous themes taken from traditional dramas.
Combined with both cultural heritage and natural scenery, the park is closely tied with the history of Guangzhou since the founding of Nanyue Kingdom back to 2,200 years ago.
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A young and appealing seaside city, in where both modern yet inclusive and recreational fishing town lives can be experienced.
There are nearly 600 litchi trees planted on the oasis. With traditional elements taken from classical garden concept, it is a place that brings serenity to mind in city centre.
A theme park miniaturises some of the world's most prestigious wonders and attractions, as well as brings various holiday activities to its visitors to participate.
Chinese Bayberry, hill, stream, and sea are the key visual components of the valley. A perfect getaway could be made by visiting to the white sand beach or cycling along the coast.
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An elegant "Oriental Pearl", a free port merging Chinese and Western cultures, a place where tranquility can be discovered from the hustle and bustle.
It is an award-winning oceanarium and amusement park. Covering the Summit and the Waterfront of 226 acres in total, the park offers both entertainment and lifelong education through its diverse facilities.
A witness of the history of Hong Kong, and a busy port hosting thousands of international vessels every year, the harbour is internationally renowned by its breath-taking panoramic night scene and skyline, rides on the Star Ferry could be one way to view it.
A quiet peninsula on the southern coast of the Hong Kong Island, various options for participating outdoor activities has make it a popular destination for surfers and rocky cliff climbers.
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The multi-culture in Macau has tagged this city with the labels of vibrant, glamourous, and entertaining.
As an iconic landmarks, it was originally built as St. Paul's Cathedral, now consists of the southern stone façade in the Mannerist style with Oriental carvings.
Built in 1488, the temple is situated on Barra Hill and dedicated to A-Ma, the goddess of seafarers. For locals, it has been remaining as a precious gateway to seeking spiritual sustenance.
It is home to various exotic buildings, as well as the Historic Centre of Macau, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wandering through the lanes is a nice way to savour the flavours of the city.
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