Tuesday, January 31, 2012

How I move around in Guangzhou

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How I move around in Guangzhou. Armed myself with a street map of Guangzhou that comes with the metro train route map too. Can get the map from the tourist board office in your own country or at the airport. When I was there, they run out of the English Version of the map at the Guangzhou Airport but luckily I found a tourist office in Beijing Lu Shopping District and got a English Version of the map even though I can read mandarin, I still prefer the English Version cause the information I got are all in English and I am more at ease in the english language cause English is our official language in my country.


You can view a clearer map of the city as well as the metro route map from TravelChinaGuide.


With the help of the information I got from the internet before I arrived in Guangzhou, I easily can move around in Guangzhou and visit the places that I wanted to. :)

The promotional airfare that I got from Singapore Airline is a very good deal. I pay only S$442.90 for Singapore to Guangzhou and back to Singapore per person.

4 comments:

dong ho said...

those guides helps big time! ill definitely need it on my trip to china.

alicesg said...

DongHo, Many big cities in China is very easy to move around especially with the metro trains. Wont have language barrier if you take the trains, everything written and explained in mandarin and english.They even announced the stations in both languages too.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

One of the first things we do when arriving in a new place is to orientate ourselves by obtaining maps etc. Good advice Alice I am looking forward to hearing more about your visit.

Alexander said...

That's a good deal! :D

Alexander
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