Guangzhou (廣州) is a large industrial city on the banks of the Pearl river with a population of between 8 to 13 million depending on what areas you include. Many overseas Chinese trace their heritage to this city.
From the Guangzhou Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Guangzhou
I recommend this hostel to everyone who is willing to come to guangzhou. I stayed there for 1 month. There are many people from all over the world. I met with new friends and enjoyed too much while staying in Lazy Gaga. The owner and stuff are very friendly and kind people. They are so helpful. ... more
The Sunflower hostel is more like a private apartment with two dorm bed rooms and one double bed room that can be locked. There's also a living room (clean) and a bathroom and kitchen if you want to cook your own food. The place is a bit difficult to find, about 10min off the subway, but plenty of food etc. around. ... more
Martial art training in Guangzhou
Does anyone have any info on some good Tae Kwon Do, Karate, or Kung fu schools in Guangzhou, China. Any help would be great. Thanks! ...
New Friendships in Guangzhou,China.
My wife and me would like to meet new friends in Guangzhou,China. Chinese and any English speaking people.We are easy to reach,and we are able to meet,most times. Please reply soon,for a meeting to get together. Thanks.We would love to meet all people of interest. ...
Singapore - China (Guangzhou)
it in Guangzhou, China, and maybe if we've enough money, Hong Kong. We are planning to be travelling for about 4 ...
John and Dean's China adventure
It's Christmas eve and we are in Guangzhou, China. It's chilly and overcast. We checked into the Novotel at the airport last night and this morning we leave for Tokyo then to Los Angeles. Every Christmas song you could imagine has played in the lobby, bar, elevator and public bathroom. For a country ...
Posted in China by JohnVosler
A few days in Guangzhou give a hint at what modern China is and will become. Formerly Canton, an historically important city, it is a growing thriving metropolis. We had the serendipitous good fortune to choose a hotel directly adjacent to the EastGuangzhou Station. this gave us easy access to the metro ...
Posted in Ann's Travels by annhcrowley