Over the course of history, Baiyun Mountain have earned the titles of “Top Beauty of Guangzhou” and “First Mountain of Lingnan”. Its highest peak, Moxing Ridge is 382 m (1,253 ft) high, which is also called the “First Peak under the Southern Sky”.
From Jan. 23, 2017 to Mar. 5, 2017, Yuntai Garden will make tulip as its theme flower, while Baiyun Mountain will focus on peach blossom and rape flower. 3D flower art, gardening technique and greenhouse are employed to create spring atmosphere.
Tee Mall is a large-scale and multi-function modern shopping mall hailed as the “greatest emporium in China”, offering shopping, restaurants, recreation, entertainment and business facilities and featuring over 300 brands.
Not long ago, the fifth Guangdong International Charity Sale was held at the north gate of Tee Mall on Nov. 26th. The event has attracted 34 Consulate Generals to participate in to raise money for Guangdong’s left-behind children in rural areas.
Located in Zhongshan Qilu (Rd.), Chen Clan Academy was built in 1894 as a shared temple of Chen Clan members from 72 counties of Guangdong Province. Covering an area of 6400 square meters, it consists of 19 buildings with nine halls and six courtyards.
It is famous for exquisite wood carvings and stone engravings, as well as its interior decorations. It is an immovable cultural relic under the protection of the State Council.
Beijing Road Pedestrian Street (北京路步行街)
Beijing Road Pedestrian Street in Guangzhou is one of the busiest commercial pedestrian streets in Guangdong. The millennial ancient path unearthed at the street has been covered with glass for visiting. The architectures along the street are distinctive, housing all kinds of stores, such as fashion malls, department stores and gourmet shop.
During the Spring Festival holiday from Feb. 11 to 18, 2017, you can also enjoy the Yuexiu Temple Fair at the street and nearby with folk performances, folk custom tours, demonstration of making handicraft, exhibition of traditional goods, and gourmet exhibition.
Designed by the reputable Chinese architect Lu Yanzhi, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen’s Memorial Hall is located at the former location of the Presidential Palace and completed in 1931.
Thanks to the designer's ingenious application of architectural mechanics, the 52 meter-high main hall spans a distance of 71 meters without a single pillar, using the structural combination of a steel framework with concrete reinforcement, which gives it a grandeur look.