Foshan Lingnan Tiandi

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Foshan Lingnan Tiandi
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Lucaipiranga
Foshan, China44 contributions
Jan 2020
Foshan Lingnantiandi is a village recovered in it splendour. It's full of art galleries, Local delicacies and of course western and Chinese cuisine.
I spent many Saturday's afternoon just walking on the alleys and each time I see a gem I hadn't notice before. if you're in Foshan, it's a most see destination.
Written January 19, 2020
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Youwin-Wewin
Foshan, China146 contributions
Dec 2019 • Friends
This is a cluster of oldish buildings, of a part of an old village, maybe. The place has been "restored" to continue looking old. Some of the buildings have been rented by bars and eateries, hence, the description... to Chill! A few bars have live music and entertainment.

Efforts are always on to keep the place neat, tidy and clean. Well lit up, with changing lighting to suit the season.

Even if you're not a bar hopper, it's a good place just to do people watching. Do take time to walk around the many alleys and by-lanes, and do window shopping with some exclusive outlets.

Since I live in Foshan, I do visit it once or twice a month. All in all, a nice place at any time of the day. Preferable time would be late afternoons to late evenings.
Written January 5, 2020
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Abramis
Hangzhou, China2,055 contributions
Jul 2020
This is nicely developed concept. Area has lot of good restaurants and galleries. I have never seem more western faces in Foshan than in this area.

Great place to have lunch or dinner on one of the nice terraces. Great place for drinks too.
Written October 25, 2020
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Jennifer V
Lanzhou, China738 contributions
Aug 2019
Even when the heat and humidity are at an all time high in Foshan, this location becomes a welcoming oasis. Between the air conditioned shops and trees providing cool shade, this popular location becomes an escape from the bustling city. It is like stepping back in time when things were quieter and simpler. This area promotes Lingnan architecture, the history of martial arts, an authentic winery, a fairy tale wedding house, varied gorgeous retail shops as well as many eateries. Make sure you visit the little pottery and wood carving shops. There is so much to see in this beautiful location, so take your time. There are many little walkways between the buildings, so make sure you don't get lost. If you do, that's ok, find a tea house and relax. Top tip: Many tourist buses stop at this location, so best to visit just after 10h00 when the location is less busy.
Written October 9, 2019
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KodoDrummer
Yekaterinburg, Russia64,085 contributions
Apr 2018 • Friends
This appears to be a planned “tourist area” development where many of the buildings are of traditional Lingnan-style architecture.The area has Western, Guangdong, and Chinese food restaurants, retail stores, hotels, low rise residential facilities and 43 villas, five apartment buildings, twenty-two monuments, and places for entertainment. Major district attractions include Zumiao Temple, Donghua Lane, Wing Chun Hall where students can learn martial arts, 128 traditional Lingnan-style buildings, eight historic alleyways, a Marriage House for marriage celebrations, The Stone Bay Winery and Wine Hotel, and more.

During our walk through the area, we encountered two school groups.

A main entrance to Foshan Lingnan Tiandi is steps away from the Guangfo Metro/Subway Station.

Before I commence my trips, I take a photo of my destination names in both English and Chinese. Then enroute, I’ll ask for directions whenever I am concerned that I might not be going the right way.

Travel Tip re toilets: There are many public, restaurant, and other toilets throughout Guangzhou. However, few supply tissue. Thus, to be safe, always carry an adequate supply of tissue. Most of these toilets are fairly dirty, have water for washing, but supply nothing to dry yourself with.
Written April 29, 2018
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ranger0816
Hong Kong, China37 contributions
Jan 2019 • Friends
This area with many old buildings has been well developed as a walking street with various shops, coffee shops, bars and restaurants. The environment is good with lot to see and selfie. Worthy to spend some time to stroll around.
Written February 17, 2019
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prince_of_roam
Hong Kong, China346 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
A great area to stroll and explore in the evening with contemporary shops and well known gourmet restaurants featuring local cuisines.
Written December 28, 2019
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anya77
Singapore, Singapore206 contributions
Dec 2019
I travel all over the world both on business and for leisure and was surprised to find such a beautiful place in Foshan. It was apparently developed by the same people who did Xintiandi in Shanghai so there are similarities. I was staying nearby so we went there every night for dinner. Great food, quaint buildings and interesting shops. The Christmas lights added to the atmosphere. It’s next to the Ancestral Temple so if you’re not staying in the area, I would suggest a late afternoon visit to the Temple followed by dinner at Lingnan Tiandi.
Written December 22, 2019
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Nyson
Hong Kong, China741 contributions
Nov 2019 • Couples
It's an renovated historical area. Full of restaurants, cafe, handicraft shops. Both western and Chinese. Spacious and big. I went on Sunday which was quite busy. If you go by taxi, better stop at outside area because the traffic is bad on Sunday.
Written November 5, 2019
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wenlong3788
Bacolod, Philippines1,860 contributions
Sep 2019
Located just behind the Ancestral Temple, this place has a good chill vibe with a mixture of traditional and modern architecture with shops, restaurants and cafés. Excellent place to chill and relax.
Written September 4, 2019
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