Day 2 Guangzhou (B/L/-)
In the morning,Pick up from hotel,transfer to tour of 107/108 floor of Guangzhou Tower is the Guangzhou New TV Tower, 600 meters above sea level, for the first tower, and the "waistline" at the finest In the 66 layers. From October 1, 2010, the Guangzhou Tower will officially open tickets tourists.
Then move to visit Chen Family Temple (It is an interesting example of an ancestral temple, few of which have survived in modern China. Built in 1890s, it is a splendid example of traditional southern architecture of the late Qing period. Chen (Chan in Cantonese) is a very common surname in the province, members of the Chan family from 72 counties in Guangdong founded this temple to give a proper setting for ancestor worship and Confucian studies. In the moral order expounded by Confucius, education, loyalty and filial duty were all stressed.).
After lunch, go to visit Temple of the Six Banyan Tree(Situated on Liurong Road, this world famous ancient Buddhist temple was built in 537 in the Liang dynasty during the Southern dynasties (386-581). More than 1460 years ago in the Liang dynasty, Emperor Liangwu ordered the master priest, Tanyu to built Baozhuangyan Temple to store the Buddhist bones brought from Kampuchea. During the Northern Song dynasty, a great writer - Su Shi, on a visit to this temple was attracted by the six banyan trees surrounding it and wrote the inscription "Liu Rong" (Six Banyan Trees).) Later have a tour of Shamian Island (Shamian Island is a reminder of Guangzhou colonial history and covers an area of 24,000 sq meters at the side of the Pearl River. It is not a true island, the name Shamian means sandbank, and it is now connected to the rest of the city by a series of bridges.From the mid 18th to the mid 19th century, Shamian was the only place where foreign merchants were allowed to live in Guangzhou. )
After that, go back hotel.
Lunch at restaurant, dinner on your own account.
Overnight at Guangzhou