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Located on the southern tip of China, Guangzhou is a large city with 11 million people and is the capital of Guangdong. On the coast of the South China Sea with the Shizi Ocean and Pearl River running through it, there is a lot of waterfront space, which makes it one of the major commercial hubs in the country. And the waterfront is also great for tourism. In fact, the city of Guangzhou gets over 223 million tourists per year.
With the tropical climate and average temperature of 72 degrees all year long, water sports are popular, making the waterfront space even more valuable. In addition to the natural spaces along the river and coastline, there are several dozen parks in the area with lakes and ponds to enjoy.
Equally visited are the forested streets with traditional as well as ancient mosques and temples, museums, and galleries. In downtown Guangzhou, see stunning architecture such as the Canton Tower, which is 1,982 feet tall and has a rooftop observatory and observation deck.
Nobody wants to have to pull their suitcases around with them when they go sightseeing. Bounce has convenient locations in Guangzhou, where you can leave your bags for safekeeping. Download the Bounce app, find the nearest affiliate, and book in as many bags as you want.
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If you are a nature lover, this city has you covered. Nanling National Forest Park has over 66 thousand acres of lush green trees, waterfalls, and stunning mountains. Xiqiaoshan National Park is also famous. Trek one of 72 mountain peaks, including the extinct volcano, Mount Xiqiao. Of course, Guangzhou also has some fantastic pubs, nightclubs, and restaurants, as well as malls and markets.
Guangzhou is famous for its architecture and culture, and they mix them up with many of their museums built with flair and flamboyancy. Some are housed in the original old buildings from the past, while others are modern works of art.
Zhujiang-InBev International Beer Museum: On the south bank of the Pearl River by the Pazhou International Convention and Exhibition Center, you can find the beer museum. Drink as much as you want after your tour. Learn all about the history of beer in China and the techniques of producing the best beer. The 20,000 square foot beer bar has all the newest and the oldest beers to try, as well as some food to go with it. Bottoms up!
Zhenhai Tower Guangzhou Museum: For a more traditional cultural experience, visit the Guangzhou Museum in Yeuxiu Park. Housed in the Zhenhai Tower, the building is a five-story work of art, built in 1380. Although it has been destroyed and rebuilt five times, the main structure remains the same. In front of the building, you can see matching stone lions from the Ming Dynasty from 1368 to 1644. With over a thousand exhibits and photos, you can learn an incredible variety of information about the city’s history. On the second floor, you can see relics from 4000 BC and remains from the Neolithic Age.
Guangdong Museum: In a building built to look like a Chinese treasure box, this fascinating museum has over 160 thousand pieces from dinosaurs to Chaozhou woodcarvings. Admire modern art from local artisans such as calligraphy and porcelain works. Permanent exhibitions include Duan Inkstone, History and Culture, Natural Art, Ocean World, Shiwan Sculptures, and archaeological findings.
Shopping in Guangzhou is a bit different than other cities. Most of the markets are separated by the types of items they sell. For example, there is a clothing market, medicine market, computer market, and even a tea market. However, there are other places where you can shop for all kinds of goods. Tour the pedestrian streets with all the local shops and giant malls that have everything you want and then some.
Huimei International Clothes City: For top quality clothing at low prices, go to Huimei International Clothes City on West Huanshi Road in the Yuexiu District. They sell clothes for wholesale as well as retail with over 300 shops and stalls to browse through. Browse for brand names such as Gucci, Burberry, Armani, House of Versace, Louis Vuitton, and Prada, along with other names you may have never heard of. This is a great place to go if you want to buy some high-priced fashions at wholesale prices.
Qingping Market: Located along the banks of the Pearl River, the Qingping Market on Tiyun Street and Qingping Street boasts a little bit of everything. They have over 1,200 stalls with everything from apricots to zedoary root. They are well-known for their Chinese herbal medications, which can include items such as shark fins to dried roots.
CTF Finance Center Tower: Many of Guangzhou’s malls are in the tall and fancy high-rise buildings. The tallest is the CTF Finance Center Tower, which is 1,740 feet tall and has 111 floors. In fact, it is the seventh tallest tower in the world. You’ll find all types of items in the malls on the lower and ground floor levels as well as an observation deck on the 111th floor.
The local cuisine in Guangzhou is Cantonese or Chinese, which typically includes food made from the water, earth, and sky. Sample interesting delicacies such as the roasted suckling pig (Kao Ru Zhu) or the dim sum, which is an array of various appetizers like rice noodles, buns, and dumplings. They also have typical eateries like McDonald's and Subway, but you can eat there when you get home.
Street Vendors: You can find street vendors everywhere in Guangzhou who sell all kinds of wares, including some of the best food you can find in the city. Rice noodle rolls (cheung fun) are sold as snacks as noodles with meat and lettuce on top, which are best found on Xihua Road. Wonton noodles with crab, shrimp, and pork are also scrumptious here. And of course, you can find sushi just about anywhere. For dessert, try a Portuguese egg tart or egg porridge.
Kapok: For a family-style restaurant where you will have no trouble reading the menu, try Kapok in Hengbao Plaza on Baohua Lu near the Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street. Their menus come in English as well as photos that you can just point to, so ordering is not a major task like at some restaurants. The casual atmosphere and delicious food are welcome, and they have great prices. Steak, salmon, and fried rice are the most common, but they also have vegetarian and kids’ menus.
Social & Co: This fun and friendly café has Cantonese food with an Australian twist. It is conveniently located on Hua Jiu Lu in the Tian He District and has a variety of wonderful choices. You can have hummus or fried stuffed olives for an appetizer, brisket, salmon, or lamb for dinner, and mason jar cheesecake or the Famous Banoffee Pie for dessert. They also offer steaks, pork chops, cod, and scallops, among other delights cooked in various ways.
How much does luggage storage cost in Guangzhou?
The price for luggage storage in Guangzhou is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Where are there luggage storage locations in Guangzhou?
There are multiple locations all around Guangzhou which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Huo lu shan sen lin gong yuan, Guangzhou Opera House, Sacred Heart Cathedral and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Guangzhou?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Guangzhou.
Are there storage lockers in Guangzhou?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Guangzhou. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Guangzhou where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Guangzhou?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Tao Tao Ju Chinese Dimsim Restaurant, Tai Ping Koon Restaurant, and Lianxiang Chinese Dimsim Restaurant. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Guangzhou are China Hotel Marriott, Guangdong Yingbin Hotel, and Huashi.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Guangzhou?
Guangzhou offers several scenic parks including Haixinshayayungongyuan, Guangzhoudiaosu Park, and Yuexiu Park.
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