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Enter the ‘South Gate of China’ and discover Guangzhou, the prosperous capital city of Guangdong Province. It is China’s busiest transport and trade hub and the third largest city in the country. Guangzhou was the first city to benefit from China’s ‘Reform and Opening Up’ policy in 1978; a pioneer of the economic development in China. It serves as Guangdong’s political, economic, educational, and cultural centre.
Through its years of port trade and growth, Guangzhou’s central business district is thriving. Gleaming towers and a culturally diverse population gives Guangzhou a cosmopolitan energy. With its unique mix of new and old, Guangzhou is home to some of China’s oldest temples, yet also features modern buildings with futuristic architecture which includes the city’s very own experimental autopilot Metro line.
Guangzhou is serviced by an underground Metro system. New lines are being added and extended to improve transport around the city. Buses, taxis and ferries are also a quick and convenient way to navigate Guangzhou.