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Stop At: Chen Clan Ancestral Hall-Folk Craft Museum, No.34 Enlong Li, Zhongshan 7th Road, Guangzhou 510150 China
The Chen Clan Academy, famed for its exquisite craftsmanship including wood, stone, and brick carving, and metalwork using copper and iron. The special historical, artistic, and scientific aspects of the temple have made it an important site in Guangzhou. Follow your guide to admire the most characteristic Guangdong architecture and discover its profound history.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Guangzhou City God Temple, No.48 Zhongyou Main Street, Zhongshan si Road, Guangzhou China
The Guangzhou City God Temple. It was founded in the Ming Dynasty Hongwu three years (1370). It is the largest and most majestic City God Temple during the Ming and Qing dynasties in Lingnan area. Cheng Huang, as one of the most important gods in the ancient Chinese national religious culture, is mostly played by famous heroes who are meritorious to the local people, and is the god of Chinese folk and Taoism who believe in guarding the city.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Beijing Road Shopping District, Beijing Road, Guangzhou 510055 China
Beijing Road, There are ancient pavements built during different dynasties under the modern road to prove the long history around this area. It is wonderful place for shopping as well.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Lychee Bay Scenic Area, Pantang Area, Liwan District, Guangzhou 510000 China
After the amazing traditional Cantonese cuisine lunch, the journey goes to taste the bamboo noodles in Xiguan area. Bamboo noodle is one of the most distinctive snacks in Guangdong Province. It has been introduced by the authoritative TV documentary "A Bite of China" for many diners. In this experience, participants will not only taste delicious bamboo noodles, but also watch the making process of bamboo noodles and experience interesting pressing links.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Renwei Temple, Miaoqian Street, Longjin West Road, Liwan District, Guangzhou 510140 China
Located in Ren Wai Street, Longjin West Road, Guangzhou, the temple is a temple dedicated to the true Wu Di of Taoism, covering an area of 2200 square meters. It was the oldest and largest temple in 18 townships. According to the history, the Tan Wai Temple was built in 1052 and had been restored in 1736 and 1862. Yan Wai temple is a typical Ming and Qing architectural style, pay attention to grandeur, and is the crystallization of the convergence of various carving art cases in China. Its main building is slightly trapezoidal, covers an floor of 2200 square meters, sits north. The wood carving in the temple is very delicate, the head door is made of wood carving craft components, carving auspicious decorations, all over the gold color.
Duration: 40 minutes