Miraculous! Rare septet lotus flowers spotted in Guangzhou
Blooming septet (seven) lotus flowers on one stalk were spotted at the Lotus Mountain in Panyu, Guangzhou on the morning of July 9th, 2020. The flowers borne by a fine breed of water lily, have seven complete pedicles.
Hit TV thriller brings tourism boom to unknown city in China
A Chinese hit show is putting a small and relatively unknown city on the map for holidaymakers.
The five best spots for camping or picnics in Guangzhou
We've rounded up five of our favourite lawns which are free, in or close to downtown, and have some shade. Pack your basket and picnic mat, and let’s head to the following parks for some fun in the sun.
Flame trees bloom across Guangzhou
The flame trees are only in flower for a short time, until early June, so don’t wait around if you want to see them yourself.
Sweet! Where to pick delicious fruits in season around Guangzhou
When it comes to fresh fruits in summer, Guangzhou never fails to impress. And nothing beats fresh fruit that is picked off the tree in season. Red bayberry, litchi, mulberry, blueberry and more are ripe during this period, waiting for you to come and pick them.
Guangzhou Metro Line 18 stretches to Zhongshan and Zhuhai
Once the metro line comes into operation, it will cut travel time from the city of Zhongshan to Guangzhou Nansha Free Trade Zone (FTZ) to only 20 minutes, and reduce journey time to Zhujiang New Town to a mere 40 minutes.
Trail connecting Yuexiu and Baiyun Mountain opens on May Day
Taking in some of Guangzhou’s most iconic sights, an eight-kilometre long trail entitled 'Yun Dao' is close to completion and will officially open to the public during this year's May Day holiday.
Where to go during the upcoming May Day holiday?
As the pandemic loosens it’s grip on Guangdong, all 14 5A-level tourist attractions in the province will reopen (except for some areas) before the upcoming five-day May Day holiday, and the tourism industry is expected to see an upswing.
Indoor attractions closed to prevent second outbreak
Over the past several days, a number of reopened scenic areas in Guangzhou issued announcements that they will temporarily close again.
More scenic spots reopen to the public, waiving entry fee for medics
Many scenic spots are waiving entrance fees for medical workers from across the nation as a gesture of gratitude for their efforts and sacrifices at the front line of the epidemic fight.