Guangzhou is 2 hours away from the Macau-China border via bus. Luckily,the tour guide during our Guangzhou trip speaks English better than our Macau tour guide so the tour was such a breeze.
Some buildings in Guangzhou are too creepy they look like the ones in horror movies!
There are also a lot of luxury cars in Guangzhou, but always remember that “everything is possible in China”, even fake cars. yep. If you’re looking for authentic branded stuff, go to Macau, do not shop in China.
After lunch, we then headed to The Five Rams Statue in Yuexiu Park. Legend has it that there was a famine but after the 5 rams arrived with rice and bestowed the grain to people, the rams gave them bless of “Non-Famine Forever”.
People in China dress like the ones you see on K-dramas!
After dinner, we then headed to the Pearl River Cruise with the view of the Guangzhou TV Tower, Pearl River Lager Beer brewing plant, and various buildings.
Guangzhou TV Tower is the tallest TV tower in Asia. It serves not only as a popular tourist destination but also as an intensive facility for radio and television transmission.
The brewing plant of the local beer favorite, Pearl River Lager Beer, which tastes like our local San Mig Light. Nothing strong.
A lot of bars and restaurants in the city.
Spot Krystal Jung!
The last stop is the Beijing Lu Pedestrian Street, the main shopping destination in Guangzhou.
Leaving you with a photo of Luhan. Watch out for the next post!