Guangzhou Travel Guide

Discover Guangzhou Self Guided Book is written by Janvi Tours, formerly Guangzhou Private Tour Guide Janvi or Guangzhou Tour Guide Janvi


Written by Janvi Chow
Published August 2018

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Hexiangu Temple

Zengcheng Hexiangu Temple

There are eight immortals in Taoism. It is especially easy to remember the beautiful woman Hexiangu immortal. The temple is a historical monument and acultural relic site protected by the Zengcheng goverment. It is also one of the eight new sights of the city.

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Hualin Temple

Hualin Temple

Hualin Temple is situated in Changshou West Road, Hualin Temple is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Guangzhou. In the Liang Dynasty, a master Indian monk Bodhidharma came to China and built a nunnery to help spread Buddhism. Bodhidharma travelled and introduced Buddhism from Nanjing to Shaolin Temple on Songshan Mountain. He had a deep influence on Buddhism and its philosophy in China.

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The Sanyuanli Anti-British Invasion Museum

The Sanyuanli Anti-British Invasion Museum

The Sanyuanli Anti-British Invasion Museum is located in the ancient Sanyuan Temple in Guangzhou. If was originally a Taoist temple with two courtyards and one halfway for worshipping the North Emperor.

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Huanghuagang Martyr's Park

Huanghuagang Martyr's Park

The tomb of 72 Revolutionary Martys at Huanghuagang is located at middle Xianlie Road. Huanghuagang Martyr's Park covers an area of 13, 200 square meters. It was built to memorize the martyrs killed in the Guangzhou Uprising that was led by Dr. Sun Yat-sen on April 27th, 1911. It is where the remains of the 72 martyrs were buried after the uprising. In 1912, the Guangdonggovernment built a mausoleum at the site, which was renamed Huanghuagang Park in 1935.

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