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Flights to Guangzhou
Guangzhou is a major air travel hub in the southern portion of China. Obviously, this means that the province has one of the busiest airports in the country. The province's main airport, Baiyun International Airport in Huadu District, is the second busiest airport in China based on traffic movements. The airport has two runways at present but three more will be added, and are already in the planning stages. Baiyun International Airport serves as the base for China Southern Airlines. A multitude of domestic flights are served by the airport.
There are many direct international routes connecting Guangzhou to a number of travel points worldwide. Travelers and tourists from a number of North American and European cities like Vancouver, Los Angeles, Chicago, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and Paris can take direct flights to Guangzhou. Travelers from Oceania cities like Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney can also directly fly to the province. Moreover, direct flights from numerous Asian cities are available. These cities include Bangkok, Busan, Dubai, Fukuoka, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Kathmandu, Kuwait, Macau, Mumbai, Nairobi, Qatar, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo.
Guangzhou: A Mix of New and Old
Guangzhou is one of the oldest cities of China but is also one of the first to be influenced by the outside world. The city has many old Chinese temples and various ancient structures including an imperial tomb and an old church on Shamian. However, the city also features numerous futuristic architectures and a highly modernized metro on Zhujiang New Town.
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SGD 1.00 = CNY 4.865
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