Introduction of Guangzhou

Guangzhou, which is also called Yangcheng or Flower City, is the capital city of Guangdong Province. It is located at the fluorish Pearl River Delta area (southeastern part of Guangdong Province), adjacent to Hong Kong and Macau. Guangzhou is the core city of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Marco Greater Bay Area and the Pan Pearl River Delta region. It is the hub city of the Belt and Road, and the political, economic, cultural, technological and transportation center of South China. 

Guangzhou is a famous culture city with a history of more than 2,200 years. It has been the administrative center of the county, the state since the Qin Dynasty. Meanwhile, Guangzhou was the starting point of the “Maritime Silk Road” and is an important port city for the opening and reform of China, making great contribution to the economic and cultural exchange and demonstrating everlasting prosperity. Guangzhou is now rated as the one of the world's first-tier cities by the global authority GaWC.

Guangzhou is also known as a splendid tourism city. There are many famous attractions, such as Huacheng Square, Canton tower, Baiyun Mountain, Chimelong Tourist Resort, Pearl River Night Cruise, Chen Clan Ancestral Hall, Baomo Garden, Shameen, Sacred Heart Cathedral, , Ninnan Impression, Shawan Ancient Town, Yuexiu Park, Museum of the western Han Dynasty mausoleum, Memorial Meseum of Generalissimo Sun Yat-sen’s Mansion, Whampoa military academy, Nansha Wetland Park and Hot spring in Conghua.

Guangzhou enjoys the superb geographic and climatic conditions. It is one of the most important tourism cities in China because of its unique natural environment, distinctive Ninnan culture, numerous historical sites, colorful entertainments, and the well-developed service industry. As a historic city and tourist destination, Guangzhou is heading towards an international metropolis. Welcome to Guangzhou.


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(Declaration: Tourist information and recommended routes are for reference only, the conference organizer does not assume any responsibility arising from this)



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