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Guangzhou

Guangzhou, city in China, is extremely popular among tourists because of its beauty and cultural history. It represents the true Chinese culture and values in the most apt way. For tourists who love to visit old museums and temples, Guangzhou is heaven for them. It is one of the leading and industrial city of China.

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Climate of Guangzhou

The overall climate of Guangzhou is subtropical with mild winters, summers and rainfall. The month December to February experiences winter season with average temperature dropping to 10/15 °C (50/59 °F). Sometimes, the day temperature is 18/21 °C (64/70 °F) but due to extreme wind, people feel a lot cold. The summer season starts from June and ends on September. The average temperature is around 32/33 °C (89/31 °F) during the daytime. Sometimes it reaches around 35/36 °C (95/97 °F) but it does not happen very often. The city experiences rainy season between May to September with average rainfall 1,700 millimeters (68 inches) per yearapproximately.

Geography of Guangzhou

On the north side of Guangzhou, there lies Pearl River Delta. It is the regional center is southern China. Dong river is at the east side of the city. The city has a population of more than 12 million people and the total are of the city is approximately 7,434 km².

Tourist Attractions in Guangzhou

There are a huge number of attractions that the tourists from all around the world should see if they are visiting Guangzhou. Some of these are Chimelong Tourist Resort, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Huacheng Square, Canton Tower and Redtory art gallery. These places are heaven for tourists and each of these have their own significance in the city.

If you are visiting Guangzhou for tourism, our suggestion to you would be that you should definitely visit these heavens on earth.

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