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Guangzhou is China's third largest city. A mountainous landscape means that the city is fairly isolated from the rest of China. It has therefore developed its own identity, with delicious distinctive culinary treats and a liberal way of thinking. It blends old and new, and has various attractions to keep visitors busy.
There are many markets in Guangzhou, selling a plethora of items. From watches to tea, toys to clothes, and food to electronics, you really can buy almost anything in Guangzhou's markets.
It is a haven for foodies, with the most restaurants per capita in the entire country. Try dim sum, sweet and sour, wonton soup, and more. It is also one of the best Chinese cities for night life.
Guangzhou's symbol is the Five Rams; go and look at this unusual statue.
Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is a major travel hub. It serves a large variety of domestic and international destinations. Ferry and Hovercraft services operate to Hong Kong, Hainan Island, Macau, Shanghai, Qingdao, and Xiamen. Rail services link the city to other parts of the country, and there are three major train stations in Guangzhou. Buses operate to nearby provinces and Hong Kong. There are a number of bus stations in the city.
The city has a good public transport system, and walking is an excellent way to get around some of the neighbourhoods. Bicycle rentals are widely available. Motorbikes are prohibited in the city centre.
The Sun Yat Sen Memorial is a striking attraction, and Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral is a grand and impressive sight. Shishi Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral is one of the city's oldest churches. Liurong Temple has a massive flowering pagoda and is one of the city's must sees. Sanyuan Temple is the oldest Taoist temple in Guangzhou. There are many other temples and religious building across the city.
Shamian Island show cases some beautifully renovated buildings from the days of French and British rule. Canton Tower is the tallest structure in China; ride to the observation deck for amazing views of the city. Soak up some culture in one of the city's museums, and relax in a pretty park. Yuexiu Park is a favourite, with several lakes, gorgeous greenery, and the Ming Dynasty Zhenhai Tower.
For thrills and spills, the city is home to an impressive number of theme parks. These include Chimelong Paradise, Chimelong International Circus, Chimelong Water Park, a safari park, and the CrocoPark.
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