Also known as Canton is China’s busiest transport and trade hub. Being the third largest city in China, Guangzhou is home to both gleamy buildings and leafy alleys, and its history as a key trade hub to South China is a result of its diverse population.
Guangzhou’s proximity to Hong Kong makes it one of the most well-connected cities in China. It is famous for its numerous shopping locations and eateries. It is the birthplace of “Chinese food” as we’re used to in the West. It is highly unlikely that you’ll find yourself hungry in Guangzhou.