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History Guangzhou

• South China Sea God Temple
Covering land area of 30000square meters. South China Sea Temple is the only preserved building complex that is most complete and has the largest scale among Chinese ancient sea god temples. It was built in the 14th year of the governing of Emperor Wen of Sui Dynasty (594), having a history of over 1400 years.
Opening hours: 6:00-17:00           Entrance ticket: RMB 4
Traffic line: Take subway and get off at west Gateway Station or take No.2, 4, 31 and 29 bus, No.102 and 107 trolley bus.

• West Han's Nanyue King Museum
Mausoleum of West Han's Nanyue King is the mausoleum of Zhao Mei (the grandson of Zhao Tuo }, the second king of Nanyue Kingdom at the beginning of West Han dynasty, having a history of over 2000 years. The museum covers land area of 14000 square meters and displays over 1000 pieces (sets) of various excavated cultural relics. The gold seal named Seal of King Wen is a king's seal found in China for the first time through archeological excavation, which is most precious.
Opening hours: 9:00-17:00           Entrance ticket: RMB 12
Traffic line:
- Subway: Take No.2 line and get off at Yuexiu Park Station.
- Trolley bus: Take No.101, 103, 105, 108, 109, 110, 112 and 113 and get off at Yuexiu Park Station.
- Bus: TakeNo.21, 7, 5, 284, 543, 552, 519, 58 and 273 bus and get off at Yuexiu Park Station, Panfu Road, Jiefang North Road or China Hotel.

• Yuyin Mountain House
With a history of over 130 years, Yuyin Mountain House was built in the sixth year of the governing of Emperor Tongzhi of Qing Dynasty. Yuyin Mountain House, Foshan Liang Garden Dongguan Keyuan and Shunde Qinghui Garden are collectively known as top four famous gardens of Guangdong.
Opening hours: 9:00-17:30           Entrance ticket: RMB 10

• Guangxiao Temple
Guangxiao Temple is a Buddhist temple with the longest history and largest area in Guangzhou, having a history of over 1700 years and covering land area of 31.000 square meters. Since Hui Neng No.6 Ancestor of Zen Sect, once held a famous "wind-on-flag debate" here, it enjoyed high reputation in Buddhism circle.
Opening hours: 6:00-17:00           Entrance ticket: RMB 4
Traffic line: Take subway and get off at west Gateway Station or take No.2, 4, 31, and 29 bus, No.102 and 107 trolley bus

• Baomo Garden
Baomo Garden was built at the end of Qing Dynasty. Rebuilt in 1955, it integrates the culture of palace of Qing dynasty. Lingnan ancient architecture, Lingnan garden art and features of water village of Pearl River Delta. Porcelain inverse relief titled Qingming Riverside Picture, a world astounding masterpiece, has been included in Guinness Records. Huge brick carving titled Blossoming and Singing has exquisite workmanship.
Opening hours: 9:00-17:30           Entrance ticket: RMB 30
Traffic line: Take No.282 bus form Guangzhou. No.11 bus form Panyu Bridge.

• Zhenhai Tower
Built in the 13th year of the governing of emperor Hongwu of Ming Dynasty, Zhenhai Tower has a history of over 600 years With five storeys, it is commonly known as "Five storey Tower" The table inscription on four stones in front of the tower was originally inscribed at 770 B.C. (cover 2760 years from now), which is the oldest existing tablet inscription in China.
Opening hours: 9:00-17:00           Entrance ticket: RMB 6
Traffic line: Take No.5, 6, 10, 33, 36, 42, 44, 56, 66, 83, 105, 108, 183, 184, 190, 191, 219, 233 and 864 bus and get off at Yuexiu Park Station.
 
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