The capital of the Guangdong Province in China, Guangzhou is also its largest city and its the economic, scientific, cultural and political hub. The gained popularity from being a port on the River Pearl and its ease of accessibility to the ports of Hong Kong and Macau

Eating Out!

Guangzhou boasts of Cantonese cuisine at its best. Time-honoured restaurants dishing out the most authentic fare are located in the Dongshan District, Yuexiu District and the Liwan District. Traditional customs such as Yam Cha and various soups and salads and that special Sampan porridge are something a tourist must try out.

SpiceJet Recommendations!

Alsace village Restaurant 75 Tianhe East Road, Tianhe District Orient Express French restaurant No.1 North Shamian Street, Shamian Island

Tiger Prawn(Huifudong Road) No.548 Hui Fu Dong Lu Happy Monk 29 Jianshe 5 Road | Haunshi East Road


The major shopping attractions are situated on Shangxiajiu Road, Beijing Road and Shifu Road. Along with a majority of traditional shopping houses, one will find large malls such as the World Trade Mall and Teemall house the latest fashion trends. If you find yourself searching for souvenirs, head to Wende Road.

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Events & Festivals

  • The people of Guangzhou celebrates festivals that are steeped in traditional beliefs and customs.
  • The Chinese New Year: Celebrated on the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar, the Chinese New Year is celebrated throughout the country for two days. Celebrations are often accompanied with fireworks and dances such as the Lion Dance, the Dragon Dance and the Yangge Dance.
  • The Dragon Boat Day: Celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, the Dragon Boat Tournaments are held on the Zhujiang River.
  • Lantern Festival in Guangzhou: The Lantern Festival is on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month. Large crowds gather to witness the beautiful lanterns and riddles at Culture Park in Guangzhou.