Guangzhou is a international metropolis both young and ancient, it is the birthplace of the traditional culture of Southern Guangdong and one of the most prosperous commercial cities in China. Guangzhou has been the political, military, economic, cultural, scientific and educational center of South China since the Qin Dynasty(221-206 BC). Guangzhou has been the main port of the Maritime Silk Road since the third century AD. During the Tang and Song Dynasties, it became the largest port in China and the world-famous Oriental Port. Guangzhou Port was the only major foreign trade port in China during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and the only major port in the world that has been prosperous for more than two thousand years.
Walking in this city, whether it is the exquisite European classical buildings in the Shamian complex or those commercial arcades with classical charm, you will feel the historical traces of this thousand-year-old city. When night falls, it is the time Guangzhou shows its charm. The gorgeous night along the Pearl River and the graceful posture of the Canton Tower, commonly known as the small waist, will make you deeply fall in love with this spring-like southern city. In addition, there are many modern entertainment and leisure resorts in Guangzhou, such as Chimelong Paradise. Chimelong Wildlife Park is a great choice for enjoying parent-child time. No matter where you choose to go, Guangzhou welcomes you with a warm and open attitude. Moreover, when you arrive in Guangzhou, don't miss the exquisite morning tea snacks, barbecued pork buns, rice rolls, double skin milk, and boat porridge.
Located on the subtropical coast, Guangzhou is a city without winter. It is warm all year round, with an average temperature of around 22 degrees.
Spring (Mid March to March): Temperature and humidity rise, you can wear a thin coat or sweater.
Summer (mid May-September): rainy and hot, it is recommended to bring rain gear, and there are typhoons from August to September.
Autumn (late September to early December): sweaters and light coats are allowed.
Winter (Mid-December to late February): The weather is cool, and an overcoat is occasionally required.
Lingnan Impression Park in Guangzhou University Town is a good place for sightseeing, leisure, entertainment, accommodation, dining, shopping, and experiencing the local customs and folk culture of Lingnan. It exudes the charm of Lingnan water town everywhere. In addition to the characteristic old buildings, there are a lot of snacks here, such as sirloin noodles, bamboo noodles, boat porridge, bowl cakes, in addition to Nanxin double skin milk, Shawan ginger milk, all kinds of sugar water, etc. You can see the rickshaw, sit on it, and try the feeling of being pulled.
syrup: Guangzhou people love to drink syrup all year round. Drinking hot syrup in autumn and winter is nourishing and warming up. Drinking frozen syrup after the hot and scorching heat relieves heat and quenches thirst
double-stewed soup is a symbol of Cantonese food culture. The most famous and common soups are pork belly chicken, water duck stewed in white gourd and lotus leaves, Ejiao red dates and black chicken soup, etc.
Crystal Shrimp Dumplings: Speaking of the most well-known Cantonese dim sum, it is none other than crystal shrimp dumplings, which are is one of the "Four Heavenly Kings (Shrimp Dumplings, Steamed Siu Mai, Barbecued Pork Buns, Egg Tart)" of Cantonese morning tea.
The best time to visit Guangzhou is autumn (late October to mid-December), with pleasant weather and the most comfortable temperature of the year.