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Guangzhou Ocean

Situated within Guangzhou Zoo, Guangzhou Ocean World covers an area of 13,000 square meters (about 139,931 square feet) and has more than 200 kinds of fish and many other rare ocean creatures. It is a high-tech exhibition hall serving sightseeing, entertainment, research and education purposes.Exhibitions Guangzhou Ocean World is divided into different areas to exhibit the marine world from all aspects. Before entering the exhibition hall, visitors are first greeted by the Ocean Square. It ... View Detail

Guangzhou Museum of Art

Located at the foot of Baiyun Mountain, alongside Lu Hu Lake, Guangzhou Museum of Art is the grandfather of artistic collections in Guangzhou, established 40 years ago. It has specific halls for the works of southern Chinese master artists such as Guan Shaoyue, Zhao Shao'ang and Li Xiongcai as well as classical painters from outside Guangdong such as Lai Shaoqi and Liao Binxiong.The museum is an integrated facility consisting of a Chinese Calligraphy painting hall, a Thematic Exhibition ... View Detail

Lu Xun Memorial Hall

It exhibits objects related to Lu Xun and some other great figures who influenced the Chinese modernization and indirectly paved the path for the communist revolution. The new building to the right was initially built in 1957-1959 and was renovated in 1992. It contains several distinct exhibitions. There is an impressive historical exhibition of 'Chaozhou wood carving' which you must not miss. Screens and other objects elaborately carved in wood are displayed. It provides with an ... View Detail

Shishi Sacred Heart Cathedral

The cathedral is a Gothic architecture. It covers the area of 2,754 square meters, with 35 meters wide, 78.69 meters long from north to south, and the twin towers rise as high as 58.5 meters. The west tower is a clock tower while the east tower serves as a bell tower, inside which there are five gigantic bronze bells shipped in from France in the 19th century. In the hall, the roof is arch doom. The adjacent of window on the front door and the walls surrounded are closed-palm shaped. All ... View Detail

Nanhai Temple (Temple of the Baltic)

The old and magnificent Temple of Nanhai God is an important ruin in Guangzhou and serves to illustrate the city's long and colourful marine trade history with the rest of the world. It is the best-preserved example of its type and size in China. The Temple of Nanhai God has a history of more than 1,400 years, dating back to its construction in the fourteenth year of the reign of Emperor Suiwen. It was re-constructed and refurbished many times in successive dynasties, and in its present form ... View Detail

Nansha Tin Hau Temple

Nansha Tin Hau Temple Lingdingyang close to the Pearl River to the sea, is located in the south of Grand Cape Shandong, rivers, its construction and stacked on the mountain, glorious temple, magnificent pavilion in the center of the square is carving days after icon , to commemorate the sea goddess Lin Mo built, building characteristics, is a style of the Beijing Palace Museum and Nanjing in Nanjing, making one, the size of the modern world is most similar architecture, known as "the ... View Detail

Six Banyan Temple

Having a long history of about 1,400 years, the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees is one of the four best Buddhist temples in Guangzhou and located on the Liurong Road (meaning the Six Banyan Trees Road). It has a rich collection of cultural-relics and is renowned both at home and abroad. Originally built in 537, the temple has been rebuilt several times, and the name has also been changed several times from Changshou Temple (meaning Longevity Temple) to Jinghui Temple and finally the current ... View Detail

View of five cents

Wu Xian Guan(Temple of the Five Immortals)is dedicated to the "five immortals". It was built in the 10th year of Hongwu's reign of the Ming Dynasty (1377 A. D.). The huge recess in the shape of a footprint on the naked red sandstone was mistaken for the footprint of an immortal at ancient times. In fact, the strong current from the Pearl River crashed against the banks over times formed it. The site of the temple was close to the river before the Jin Dynasty.Legend It is said that ... View Detail

Ren Wei Temple

Ren Wei Temple, built in the forth year of the reign of Huangyou of the Song Dynasty, is a Taoist temple dedicated to worshiping the Northern Emperor. The buildings in the temple are solemn and simple, and have the special features of traditional Lingnan workmanship, and, as a result, are invaluable cultural relics in and of them. In 1983, Ren Wei Temple was recognized as a Municipal Cultural Relic Protection Unit. The main building of Ren Wei Temple is trapezoidal in shape. The wood carvings ... View Detail

Sanyuan Temple

Sanyuan Temple This is the largest and oldest Taoist temple in the city. Located at the south foot of Yuexiu Hill (No. 11 Yinyuan Road) According to Taoist theory, the sky, earth and water are the three elements that make up the universe.,The Sanyuan Temple (literally "three elements") was built in the Eastern uin Dynasty, renamed the Wuxing Temple in the Tang Dynasty, but reverted to the Sanyuan Temple during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The open-air Taoist temple offers visitors ... View Detail