The Basic Information about Guangzhou

Welcome to Guangzhou for Canton Fair!  During Canton Fair, could offer:
Free Airport Pick-up to Downtown Hotels
Book Canton Fair Hotel Package, get FREE ticket for Pearl River Night Cruise


All visitors entering in China must ensure that they hold a required visa, as well as a passport with a validity of over 6 months. For inquiries please contact your nearest Chinese Embassy/Consulate. If you do not have an Invitation Letter of Canton Fair, you can contact us to apply for an invitation letter on our website.

Winter is short (January to March) while Summer (May to September) is hot, humid and rainy. Autumn and Spring are the best periods to visit China with temperatures between 20ºC to 25ºC.

Renminbi (RMB).The exchange rate between RMB and US is different from different time. Get latest information from the website. 1:6.2

Language Spoken
Mandarin and Cantonese are widely spoken. Mandarin and Cantonese are widely spoken.

Getting Around
Taxis are abundant and metered. Public transport are available (includes buses and mini-buses), but are often crowded.


The traffic is very convenient in Guangzhou. IF you leave Guangzhou city fro Baiyun Airport, it will take you 50 minutes. If to Hong Kong, it will take 3 hours from Guangzhou city.

After Hours
Excellent Chinese cuisine and lively nightlife. Check out listings in daily newspapers.

Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Saturday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

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As a leader in sustainable travel in China, HRC Travel Service is dedicated to offering low-impact tours that benefit traveller and host alike. We work with local communities, businesses and individuals to develop sustainable tourism opportunities that help local economies while minimizing negative environmental and cultural impacts. HRC provides tourists the services and itineraries which can help tourist to increase the understanding of China without leaving more footmarks behind; we advocate the theory of “Zero-Carbon” and try to do more things to benefit the locals during the trip. Like sponsoring orphans in Tibet with their study of Tibet traditional art “Thangka” during your trip in Shangri-la and paying a visit to those lovely Pandas in Sichuan; those trips can not only change the visitor’s life, but also can benefit the local lives. That’s why we always commit ourselves to provide “sustainable tourism” to visitors. In our “sustainable tourism”, we combine the trips with local economy, culture and environment protection. This is also the core value of HRC.