Guangdong a booming city in China embodies a unique culture and an exceptional natural beauty yet to be discovered by many travellers. Here are some of the hotspots that you should not miss.
Located on Guangxiao Road in Guangzhou, Guangxiao Temple also known as the Temple of Bright Filial Piety is a significant religious site in Chinese Buddhism. The magnificent and imposing appearance of the temple captures the attention of every visitor who visits this temple. When in China, those who wish to spend some time in this temple can find a plethora of Guangzhou accommodation the likes of Citadines LiZhiWan Guangzhou, from where visiting the temple will take an 11-minute drive.
CCTV Nanhai Movie and TV Town
Also known as the ‘Hollywood of China’, the CCTV Nanhai Movie and TV Town is a television shooting base operating directly under CCTV. It’s an amazing place that combines different styles of architecture including typical Chinese folk houses and foreign buildings as well.
Chen Clan Academy
Here’s a chance to witness a folk house from the Qing Dynasty! This attraction has gained popularity for its exquisite stone engravings, wood carvings, and eye-catching interior design. Covering a total land area of 6400 m2, it comprises nine halls, 19 buildings, and six courtyards.
This picturesque mountain is also known as the ‘Red stone park of China’. It boasts many scenic areas including Xianglong Lake scenic area, Jinjiang River scenic area and Zhanglao Peak scenic area providing a multitude of travel and entertainment options for tourists.
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