Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province, has the nickname ‘the City of Goat’. As a city of historic and cultural significance, it is the largest industrial and commercial city and the largest important and export port in South China. It enjoys a warm humid climate all year around, and flowers blossom in all four seasons, hence its’ other nickname "City of Flowers". There are over 150 historical sites and many places of interest, such as modern skyscrapers and it has many opportunities for shopping. CITIC Plaza is currently the eighth tallest building in the world.
It has a population of between 8 to 13 million people, depending on what areas you include. Guangzhou (广州) is a large industrial city on the banks of the Pearl river. The city was known to westerners as Canton during the period of foreign occupation and still has a strong expatriate community today. Originally settled in the 3rd century BC the city grew in importance over the millenniums. The city is the heart of southern Chinese culture and is a major import and export trading hub. Many overseas Chinese trace their heritage to this city.
160km away from Guangzhou and 35km from Hong Kong, Shenzhen borders Dapeng Bay in the eastern, the Pearl River mouth in the west and New Territory of Hong Kong in the south.Shenzhen is a long and narrow city, being 81.4km from east to west with the narrowest section from south to north being 10.8km. Covering a total area of 2,050 square kilometers, Shenzhen has a population of 1.32 million. The city stands against mountains and faces the sea. It is a beautiful coastal city.
As one of the most romantic cities in the world, Zhuhai is located at the south of the Tropic of Cancer, Guangdong Province, with a sheltered location on the South Climates with glorious sunshine all year long. Zhuhai is a luxurious garden paradise where colorful flowers bloom all year long.