Pearl River Delta Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Pearl River Delta - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Minsk World

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This is Shenzhen's most popular—and perhaps strangest—tourist attraction. It's pretty cheesy but young kids might get a kick out...

Museum of the Tomb of the Nanyue King

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

In 1983, bulldozers clearing ground for the China Hotel uncovered the intact tomb of Emperor Wen, who ruled Nanyue (southern China) from...

OCT Contemporary Art Terminal

  • Museum/Gallery

Surrounded by the OCT Loft's trendy cafés and bars, this is where you'll find works from well-regarded artists from Beijing and beyond.

Qingping Market

  • Market/Bazaar

A busy maze of narrow streets, Qingping Market is a chaotic and colorful way to get a feel for old Guangzhou. The outdoor lanes have...

Sacred Heart Cathedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

In the heart of the old city, this Catholic church is the seat of the archbishop of the Archdiocese of Guangzhou. With gorgeous stained...

Shamian Island

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More than a century ago, the Mandarins of Guangzhou designated a 1-km-long sandbank outside the city walls in the Pearl River as an enclave...

Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

This handsome pavilion stands in a garden behind a bronze statue of Dr. Sun himself. Built in 1929–31 with funds mostly from overseas...

Temple of the Six Banyan Trees

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Look at any ancient scroll painting or lithograph by early Western travelers, and you'll see two landmarks rising above old Guangzhou.

Window of the World

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With miniature versions of more than 130 of the world's most famous landmarks, Window of the World is one of China's biggest and busiest...

Yuexiu Park

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Guangzhou's largest park covers 170 rolling acres and includes landscaped gardens, artificial lakes, an Olympic-sized swimming pool,...

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