Canton Fair Complex is the largest exhibition center in Asia

Canton Fair, also known as China Import and Export Fair, is China’s number one fair and first stop for business. It is China’s largest biannual trade fair held in Guangzhou at the China Import and Export Fair Complex. China Import and Export Fair Complex is the largest exhibition center in Asia at 12, 174, 000 square feet, which also contains one of the world’s largest exhibition halls at 1,700,000.5 square feet.
The Pazhou Complex covers a total area of about 700,000m2 with 16 exhibition halls, ranking it as the largest exhibition center in Asia. The unparalleled wave like rooftop resembles the flowing of Pearl River, and also displays the dynamic spirit of the Guangzhou city.

In 2013, 113th and 114th Canton Fair will be held agian in Guangzhou Pazhou Complex, the Spring Canton Fair (113th Canton Fair) will be held Apr. 15 – 19, Apr. 23 – 27 & May 1 – May 5, 2013.
Venues: China Import and Export Fair Complex
(No. 380 Yuejiang Zhong Road, Guangzhou, China)
International Pavilion
Texture & Garments
Consumer Goods
Industrial Products
Medicines & Health Products

Metro:You can arrive at the Canton Fair Complex directly by taking Metro Line 8 and get off at the Xingangdong Station or the Pazhou Station.
Taxi:The minimum fare is 7 RMB(including 2.3km), and 2.6 RMB per km, and you have to pay 2 RMB for additional fuel charge.
Canton Fair Buyers enjoy free shuttle bus or hotel bus.

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