I’ve seen the change 10 years brought to this city. The mix of modernity and tradition, the fast track development.
I’ve seen its charm before Canton Tower and its charm after it.
The lights, the flavors, and the flowers.
The buildings, safe nights and colorful sunsets sitting above Baiyun Mountain.
My eyes are intimate with the corners and colors of Guangzhou.
After watching this video, maybe your eyes will want to see more too.😉
This beautiful place was recommended to us by a Chinese friend who said it was the best Dim Sum in Guangzhou.
She is right ladies and gentlemen! And the traditional taste explosion comes with the sweetest ambiance.
If coming for tea, the second floor unites a chin-dropping view with pristine Chinese deco.
If you are visiting Guangzhou, we highly recommend this place, it’s perfect to have an authentic experience.
Liuhua Tea Culture – Liuhua Chayicheng – 流花茶艺城 Vegetarian Chinese Restaurant and Teahouse Address: 100 Liuhua Road, Liwan, Guangzhou GPS: 23.137655,113.244589 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市荔湾区流花路流花公园西苑内 邮政编码100号 Subway station: Xichang, line 5, exit F (walk 15 min)
Open from 8:30 to 1 pm for breakfast, 11 am to 4 pm for lunch.
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If you always imagined electronic markets in China to be absolutely giant and with unimaginable options, we are just right.
No city goes without one, from a small cable to a home theater set, there they are waiting for you in all shapes and prices.
Tech enthusiasts can’t help but to go crazy strolling around its endless stores, it reminds me of a great tip, bring a list and close your eyes to the rest.😜
Dashatou – 大沙头 *The address is a reference for the area, the market is widely spread around this point. Address: Dashatou Road, Yuexiu, Guangzhou GPS: 23.113987,113.283540 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市越秀区大沙头路 Subway station: Donghu, line 6, exit B2
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There are hundreds of cheap markets spread around China, some are collections of fake goods, some are just extremely cheap.
Either way, they are basically a tourist attraction if you are interested in shopping.
Street food is always available on the surroundings, you’ll need some after all the walking.
Bargaining is the key to success and only tip you need on how to enjoy these places.
For me they are a huge part of the China experience, I used to visit them more often in my first few time in China, it brings me good memories.
Just strolling around countless cheap stalls while munching on some hazelnuts with no worries in mind.
Wholesale and Fake Markert *The address is a reference for the area, the market is widely spread around this point. Address: Guangzhou Railway Station surroundings, Yuexiu, Guangzhou GPS: 23.146732,113.253781 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市越秀区三元里 邮政编码广州火车站 Subway station: Guangzhou Railway Station, line 2 and 5, exit G
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No visit to China is complete without a traditional feast.
A nice Chinese breakfast surrounded by the equally traditional atmosphere is a great start to a day of adventures.
New places are even more impactful when they come with new flavors and new people, don’t forget to include those in your plans.
If in Guangzhou, you can visit the same spot we did, just check the info below.😊
Fo World Vegetarian – 佛世界素食社 Vegetarian Restaurant Address: 2-8 Niunaichang Street, Haizhu, Guangzhou GPS: 23.105862,113.263054 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市海珠区江南大道牛奶厂街2-8号 Subway station: The Second Workers’ Culture Palace, line 2, exit D (14 min walk)
Open from 6 am to 11 am for breakfast, 11 am to 2:30 pm for lunch, and 5 pm to 9 pm for dinner.
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I’ve been craving Chinese food for a while and visiting this place seemed like the perfect solution for it.
You may wonder how such craving is possible living in China, however, I live in a very westernized area and the Chinese food available near me is not vegan.
It is confirmed, this place is a gem to end that baozi(Chinese bun) craving and I find it’s also just perfect for tourists. You are able to visit a stunning temple and eat the local food in a great ambiance and atmosphere, all in one.
The beautiful temple is located near Beijing Road, a famous shopping street, it may be one more attraction for the combo if shopping is your cup of tea.
After the meal, a stroll around the Gold Buddha temple will bring you pure joy, and if lucky you’ll be around at the ceremony time and witness the beauty of it. This bit can’t be recorded, no problem though, have a look at the majestic and gigantic golden Buddhas for yourself and let us know how you feel. 😉
DaFo Vegetarian – 大佛寺素食阁 Vegetarian Restaurant Address: 2F, 27 Xihu Road, Inside DaFo Temple, Yuexiu, Guangzhou GPS: 23.123023,113.268206 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市越秀区北京路西湖路27号 Subway station: Beijing Lu, line 6, exit B (10 min walk) or Gongyuanqian, line 1, exit D (12 min walk)
Open from 11 am to 9 pm.
There was a special energy in this place, I highly recommend it.
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The famous alternative medicine technique practiced for thousands of years, a key component of traditional Chinese medicine, is the star of today’s video.
Usually used in combination with other treatments, the aim of acupuncture is to correct imbalances of energy in the body, it allows blocked Qi(life force) to flow.
While in the west many focus on pain relief when using this healing method, it’s actually a more complex art which balances the whole body energy, thus addressing a wider range of disorders from physical to emotional.
Very thin needles are inserted in specific points, sometimes they will be moved and stimulated by making them warm or by electric impulses, it is minimally invasive.
Disruption of Qi is believed to be the cause of any sickness, therefore acupuncture is indicated to prevent and treat all illness.
Here the addresses from the clinic you saw on the video:
Jianqiang Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinics – 健强中医诊所 Address: 163 Taojin Road, HuanShi DongLu YanXian, Yuexiu, Guangzhou GPS: 23.140683,113.289530 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市越秀区环市东路沿线淘金路163号
Open from 10 am to 10 pm.
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There’s a city above the ground and another one under it! That’s the reality of all big cities in China.
It seems like the most ordinary thing ever for those who live here but it can definitely impress any outsider.
There are all kinds of underground malls, the most common being food and apparel related.
From a quick meal to a fun time out, they are handy for the locals and a true experience of the metropolitans everyday life for the tourists.
Here the addresses and extra info from the shopping mall we visited on the video:
Fashion Tianhe Plaza Address: Tianhe Road, Tianhe, Guangzhou GPS: 23.134160,113.325819 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市天河区天河北 Subway station: Tianhe Sports Center, line 1, exit D3 or Tiyu Xilu, line 1 and 3, exit E (walk 5 min)
Open from 10 am to 10 pm.
There’s plenty of curiosities to see in China, it’s really interesting to witness a different culture.
We are in Guangzhou now, let us know what you want to see next!
First of all, it’s important to notice that Baiyun is not one mountain but a range. There are many entrances, which brings you to specific parts of the mountain.
To get to the right entrance you have to decide which part you want to explore, if you wish to see the same site we visited on the video, either pick the cable car from nearby Yuntai Garden or walk up (takes around 1,5 hour) in an entrance 5 min northeast after the cable car one.
The cable car lower station is Yuntai Garden and the upper is at Peak Park, it cost 20 RMB the way down and 25 RMB the way up.
There are plenty of attractions, from temples to amusement parks, treks to tea houses.
The park rides go from 5-50 RMB and the bungee jump cost 300 alone and 390 with video and pictures.
On the way up you may see tai chi, dance, locals playing traditional instruments, singing opera and more. All kinds of usual practices of the natives, that for visiting eyes, are part of the scenic spot.
There are over 30 peaks, Moxing Peak being the highest with 382 meters, all visited since ancient times. It was already popular before the founding of Guangzhou city.
White Cloud Mountain is divided into seven zones: Lu Lake Scenic Spot, Santail Mountain Scenic Spot, Mingchun Valley Scenic Spot, Moxing Mountain Scenic Spot, Mingzhu Building Scenic Spot, Fei’e Mountain Scenic Spot, and Heyi Mountain Scenic Spot.
Here all addresses and extra info from everything you saw on the video:
Hongshan Vegetarian Vegan Restaurant Address: 68 Congyun Road, Baiyun, Guangzhou GPS: 23.206086,113.291326 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市白云区丛云路68号 Subway station: Jiangxia, line 2, exit C (walk 20 min)
Open from 7 am to 10 am, 11:30 am to 14 pm, and 17:30 pm to 20 pm.
Buffet-style restaurant offering an affordable 28 RMB all you can eat.
Simple food, nothing to write home about but nice initiate to support.
Baiyun Mountain – 白云山 White Cloud Mountain Address: Baiyunshan Road, Baiyun, Guangzhou GPS: 23.158539,113.295793 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市白云区白云山路 Website: http://www.baiyunshan.com.cn/ Admission: 5 RMB per person
Open from 8 am to 5 pm.
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The grandiose temple made to worship the Goddess Of The Sea was first built in Ming Dynasty, renovated in Qing Dynasty, ruined, and then rebuilt in 94 and completed in 96.
With 100 hectares it’s the biggest Mazu temple in Southeastern Asia, the largest palace compound of its kind in the world.
The Goddess statue is 14,5 meters high and faces Lingdingyang ocean, above the palace, the 8-story Nailing Tower can be found.
Mazu, also known as Tin Hau, is believed to protect the ships which pass by since ancient times.
How To Get There
From Guangzhou city center you’ll take about 1,5 hour by subway or taxi/car.
There are also buses to the location, the best transportation choice will depend on where you are departing from.
Nansha Temple Of The Queen Of Heaven – 南沙天后宫 Address: Tianhou Road, Nansha, Guangzhou GPS: 22.756261,113.623265 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 广州市南沙区天后路 Subway station: Nansha Ferry Terminal, line 4, exit B (10 min walk) Admission: 20 RMB per person
Open from 8:30 am to 5 pm.
Here all addresses and extra info from everything you saw on the video:
Rainbow Light Vegan Restaurant Address: 107 Xingsheng Road, Tianhe, Guangzhou GPS: 23.121048,113.329003 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location) Address in Chinese: 天河区珠江新城兴盛路7号107铺 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Rainbowlightkitchen/
Open from 2 pm to 10 pm.
The newest vegan restaurant in town, by the same owners of Braston Vegan Restaurant.
One of my favorites so far, definitely worth a visit, don’t leave before dessert.😉
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