It’s October 2022 Beijing time during this month walking on street walking on Center of Guangzhou Ultra Mega City Guangzhou is a prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of Guangdong Province . It is connected to Boluo and Longmen counties in Huizhou City in the east , Sanshui, Nanhai and Shunde District in Foshan City in the west, Qingyuan City in the north, Fogang County and Xinfeng County in Shaoguan City in the north, Dongguan City and Zhongshan City in the south , separated by The sea faces Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Regions . As of 2021, the city has 11 districts under its jurisdiction, with a total area of 7,434.40 square kilometers, resident population of 18.8706 million. In 2021, Guangzhou will realize a GDP of 2,823.197 billion yuan
Guangzhou is one of the first national historical and cultural cities and the birthplace of Cantonese culture. Guangzhou is the provincial capital of Guangdong Province, a sub-provincial city, a national central city , a mega city , the core city of the Guangzhou metropolitan area , an important central city, an international business center and a comprehensive transportation hub in China approved by the State Council. Guangzhou is the headquarters of China’s Southern Theater Command, National Logistics Hub , National Comprehensive Gateway City , International Comprehensive Transportation Hub , the central city of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area , the Pan-Pearl River Delta Economic Zone and the hub city of the Belt and Road …
Guangzhou has been an important port city for China’s foreign trade for more than 2,000 years from the Qin and Han Dynasties to the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is the starting point of China’s Maritime Silk Road. According to the “New Book of Tang Geography”, in the Tang Dynasty, this maritime “Silk Road” was called “Guangzhou Tonghai Yidao”. To the south coast, this was the longest ocean route in the world until the 16th century. By the Tang and Song Dynasties, Guangzhou had developed into a world-famous eastern port, and it was the first institution in the country to manage foreign trade affairs, Shiboshi; in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Guangzhou was a special open port, and it was a long-term port. During the time..
A buzzing metropolis that’s home to ancient temples and shimmering skyscrapers, Guangzhou is where old and new China collides. The capital of Guangdong province, the city has a rich history, making it ripe for exploration. If you’re visiting Guangzhou, here are several things you need to know about this exciting city. It’s one of China’s largest cities Behind the likes of Beijing and Shanghai, Guangzhou is one of the largest cities in China, with a population of around 14m. It’s also one of China’s nine ‘National Central Cities’. It has its own sky-piercing tower Shanghai has The Pearl. Guangzhou has Canton Tower. Once the world’s tallest building, Canton Tower stands at a dizzying 600m tall. Climb up to its observation deck for a bird’s-eye view of the city, and witness it at night in all its Technicolor glory as it illuminates the sky. It’s known as the ‘City of Flowers’Thanks to a subtropical climate, Guangzhou is blessed with flowers all year round. So many that it has earned itself the nickname, ‘City of Flowers’. Its striking blooms are celebrated annually with the Spring Festival Flower Fair, when the streets and alleyways are awash with colour….. It’s the birthplace of Cantonese cuisine Chinese cuisine has many regional styles but the most renowned is Cantonese, which came out of Guangzhou. As a trading port, the city’s cuisine has been influenced by the availability of meats and ingredients. Beef and chicken stir fries, dim sum and dishes seasoned with ginger, chilli and five-spice powder are particularly popular….
It has more restaurants than any other Chinese city.. Given its status as the birthplace of Cantonese cuisine, it’s no surprise Guangzhou has an abundance of restaurants to choose from. The Liwan and Tianhe Districts are great foodie areas to visit. It’s home to one of the world’s oldest mosques Huaisheng Mosque is China’s oldest and one of the world’s earliest mosques. Originally built over 1,300 years ago, the pagoda-style building is characterised by its striking minaret tower. It has a French-English quarter The legacy of Guanghzou’s brief 19th-century occupation by the French and British is the beautiful Shamian Island. This reclaimed sandbank is full of elegant, tree-lined boulevards, European-style buildings and quaint boutiques. It’s China’s most important port , Situated on the Pearl River, Guangzhou has a maritime heritage stretching back over 2,000 years and its vast port is China’s main transport and trading hub. It was also one of the starting points of the old Silk Road, a trading route that stretched across Asia. It’s a shopper’s paradise, From luxury labels at TaiKoo Hui and CTF Finance Centre Mall, to local souvenirs and handicrafts along Shangxiajiu Street, Guangzhou is an excellent shopping destination.
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