Guangzhou, also known as Canton, is the capital and most populous city of the Guangdong province in southern China. As a major terminus of the Silk Road, it is still today a major port and transportation hub. It is the third most populous city of China, only behind Shanghai and Beijing, and it has China’s largest number of restaurants per capita.
Guangzhou has some of the oldest temples in China and a millenarian old park, but it also has many futuristic architectures. It is famous for its huge markets with almost every made-in-china product you can think of.
Surely visit the Nansha wetland, the Dafo Temple, the Xiguan Residence, the Chen Clan Academy, the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, Shamian island, the Canton Tower, the Bright Filial Piety Temple, the Liurong Temple, the Huaisheng Mosque, the Shishi Sacré-coeur Catholic Cathedral, Xiaoshou Village, the Memorial of the Huangpu Military Academy, Huang Pu Gu Gang, the former residence of Hong Xiuquan, the mausoleum of the Nanyue King, the Guangzhou Museum, the Guangdong Museum, the Guangzhou Sculpture Park, the Memorial Museum of Generalissimo Sun Yat-Sen’s Mansion, the Guangzhou Uprising Museum, the Peasant Movement Institute, the Redtory, the Baiyun Mountain, the Lianhua Shan Mountain, and its many theme parks.