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Written by Janvi Chow
Published August 2018

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Julong Ancient Village

Guangzhou Julong Ancient Village

Julong Village, tucked away deep in an alley, was home to wealthy merchants of the Kuang clan from 1875 to 1908, the reign of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty. More than 10 years ago, the village was listed as a city-level cultural heritage site. Two years ago, the renovation project kicked off. By now, the 19 ancient mansions with unique doors and Manchurian-style windows have all been restored to their former glory; the ancient village has received a facelift, exuding homely elegance. The government will also allot RMB15 million to replace the structures around the village with landscaped sights.

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ShangXiaJiu Pedestrian Street

Janvi Tours - Guangzhou Tours with Private Local Tour Guides - Shangxiajiu | Shang Xia Jiu Pedestrian Street

When people talk about Xiguan, the most attractive road is Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street. This shopping street is the heart and soul of this city. Like Wangfujing in Beijing, Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street is the most influential and prosperous pedestrian in Guangzhou.

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Qingping Market

Guangzhou Qing Ping market

Qing Ping Market started its journey in 1979 and since then, many stalls exist on both sides of its ancient, constricted alleyways. The true charm of the market exists in these alleys where more than 60,000 people do business daily. So, if you want to experience the true Cantonese spirit, you should surely visit these alleys, which offer a wide variety of articles to suit every taste and budget.

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Ren Wei Taoist Temple

renwei daoist temple in Guangzhou

Renwei Taoist Temple is a temple dedicated to enshrine and worship the Taoist Emperor Zhenwu. According to historical records, construction of the Renwei Taoist Temple was commenced in 1052, the 4th year of Emperor Huangyou's reign in the Song Dynasty. It was refurbished in 1622 (the 2nd year of Emperor Tianqi's reign in the Ming Dynasty), in the period 1736-1795 (the reign of Emperor Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty), and likewise during the period 1862-1874 (the reign of Emperor Tongzhi in Qing Dynasty. The temple had only three quadrangles in its middle and west in the reign of Emperor Qianlong, but when further repaired in the Qing Dynasty, on the east side and two more rear quadrangles were added when rebuilt.

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