See the traditional cantonese architectures from the late qing dynasty and early Republic Era. These homes is found in Haizhu South Road, Duobao Road ,Baohua Road ,Longjin West Road and Shangxiajiu Road.One of the foremost notable ones is found at eighteen Baoyuan North Street. They were occupied by the socio-economic class within the old days.
Chen clan Academy
This is alright preserved architecture from the nineteenth century. It accustomed belong to a rich family by the name of Chen and currently homes several articles as well as ivory sculptures and creative statues. (Admission ¥10)
The buildings and streets of the former British and French concession are fantastically restored, making an oasis of tranquility in an otherwise active and feverish metropolis. one amongest the old structures is Our lady of Lourdes Chapel, situated at fourteen Shamian Street. The architecture reflects the colonial era of nineteenth Century, and it’s a unique atmosphere.
Bright Filial piety Temple (Guangxiao Temple)
As the sixth patriarch of Zen Buddhism, Hui Neng, trained at this temple in the seventh Century, it’s a well known pilgrimage site for Zen Buddhists. The temple has been destroyed many times by fire, and the current buildings start to the mid-19th century. Admission is ¥10; free if you eat at the temple’s vegetarian restaurant. you’ll also apply your admission toward your meal.
Yuexiu Park is the largest urban park in China and may be a lush green area that flows over acres of hills and includes many lakes. It includes the ming dynasty Zhenhai Tower zhèn-hǎi-lóu, currently home to the guangzhou museum with relics on 5 floors dating back 5,000 years past and an up-to-date miniature of modern guangzhou. Admission is ¥10. Hours 9:00 – 11:30, 13:00 – 17:00. conjointly cross-check the Stone sculpture of the 5 Rams ,the symbol of guangzhou. Open 6AM-9PM. Free Admission.