The third largest city in China after Beijing and Shanghai, Guangzhou (also known as Canton to many) is a popular destination for history buffs seeking for a peek into old Cantonese and Lingan cultures. Over the last decade or so, Guangzhou has also proven itself as a go-to place for shopping, popularised by its growing trend of wholesale markets.
From cheap street treats to pricey tech toys and even pricier fashion, find out where you should head to to get your retail fix:
Often when travelling, a stranger may surprise you in ways unknown. Read Allison Yates adventure in China and her experience of dining with a stranger: Eating Dinner With A Stranger In Guangzhou
If you’re planning a trip to Guangzhou, here’s Zafigo’s quick guide to the city: 10 Tips For Women Travelling To Guangzhou, China