Guangzhou Flights GuideGuangzhou is a vibrant city sitting northwest of Hong Kong and is the third largest city in China. The Temple of Six Banyan Trees is one of the most famous buddhist temples in the world while the Zhenhai Tower goes back to 1380. The Pearl River is not to be missed and offers tours and cruises to enjoy. Shamian Island plays an important role to the city's history while the Guangzhou TV Tower offers spectacular views.
Get to Hong-Kong from Guangzhou by train from Guangzhou East Railway Station in just 2 hours. Busses and trains are available to take you south to Macau in under 2 hours. Trains are also available to take you to Shenzhen and faraway Taipei.
Guangzhou has humid subtropical climate making this destination warm all year round. Average temperatures fall between 21 and 29 degrees celsius with the lowest temperatures in January. Avoid travelling in the summer as the heat and rain tend to become unbearable. Travelling in the autumn and winter months ensures for mild temperatures and minimal rainfalls. The China Export fair occurs in April bringing hoards of travelers to the city increasing crowds and travel costs.
Fly to Guangzhou from these popular routes with great prices.
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