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A centuries old now revitalized district with restaurants, galleries and shops about one hour from Sun Yat Sen University by bus. For nearly half a century, Xiaozhou People's Hall has been a national landmark. This community center for cultural...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Xiaozhou Village, Haizhu District, Guangzhou 510320, China
I keep taking friends there and everyone so far has been very impressed with this little gem of a place! If you're coming from Liede, take bus 45 outside exit A and get off at the terminal, which is right outside the entrance to the...More
You will likely be dropped off at a park entrance, and hopefully someone tells you to walk down the (unlikely looking) street that heads away from the park on the opposite side of the street. What you will find that much of Xiaozhou Village is...More
The village is about 45 minuts from the city centre. The taxi driver did not know where it was the entrance so I found it with the help of very nice woman from the village.
It is very unique and above all different from the...More
This was the first time that I had a chance to really visit Guangzhou historic sites.
My Chinese friends took me to Xiaozhou Village on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
The Village is very unique in that most of the people who live there have lived...More
A visit to the Xiaozhou Village, was nice since it was something that we did that was out of the ordinary on a weekend. The place is about 40 mins or so from center of town by car. Streets are narrow, look old but the...More
If you want to see how people live these days in China, this might be an interesting place to visit. At first, this is true, and absolutely, not made for tourists. Narrow streets, forming a maze are not easy to navigate. However, if you go...More
This location is probably about 40 minutes outside of downtown Guangzhou, assuming the traffic is decent. The village is a mixture of traditional buildings (homes from past dynasties - where we saw a traditional Chinese opera!), restaurants, shops and produce markets along a small river....More
It is far from downtown, about a 30-45 min taxi or bus, but well worth a visit. It has many narrow streets filled with old Chinese building, small houses made of oyster shells, coffee shops, bars, restaurants and shops. Though most was closed before lunch...More