Things to Do in Guangzhou + Southeast China

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A must see in Suzhou, 45 minutes by train from Shanghai. In the main area, covered walkways open onto a pond with arched bridges and flowering shrubs. Read More

The silk and wool market is located next to Haiyin Bridge. Read More

A must see in Suzhou, 45 minutes by train from Shanghai, the garden dates to the Song dynasty. In the main area, covered walkways open onto a pond with... Read More

To get to this "wedding dress street," head south from Haizhu Circle on Jiangnan Road. Read More

The 16th-century Garden for Lingering In lives up to its name: a covered walkway meanders through ginkgo groves, bursts of wisteria, and traditional... Read More

Stretching over an area twice the size of Manhattan, Mission Hills has 10 18-hole courses, each one designed by a leading golfing figure, from Ernie Els... Read More

Take an afternoon to explore the maze of stalls and shops across from Shamian Island. Read More

Take in the view from Solitary Beauty Peak and marvel at the formations of the Reed Flute Cave. Spring and fall are best; avoid the heat of July and the... Read More

The mall is reported to be the biggest in the world: aside from dozens of boutiques and a handful of department stores, the complex has rocket-ship,... Read More

The I.M. Pei-designed Suzhou Museum, an angular masterpiece of skylights and white polygons, is the city's newest draw. Completed in October 2007, it... Read More

Windows of the World's re-creations of international landmarks have been built on a scale to please a pharaoh, with a nearly life-sized copy of the... Read More

Also called Yuying Garden, this is one of four major Qing dynasty gardens in the province. Read More

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