Hotel stay + Chimelong Safari Park admission
- (Sun - Thu) 2D1N stay for 1 for $590
- (Oct 14 – Oct 31: Fri - Sat) 2D1N stay for 1 for $660
- (Sep 14, Sep 30, Oct 5 – Oct 6) 2D1N stay for 1 for $775
- (Sep 15, Sep 16, Oct 1 – Oct 4) 2D1N stay for 1 for $800
Hotel stay + Chimelong International Circus admission
- (Sun - Thu) 2D1N stay for 1 for $625
- (Oct 14 – Oct 31: Fri - Sat) 2D1N stay for 1 for $725
- (Sep 14, Sep 30, Oct 5 – Oct 6) 2D1N stay for 1 for $845
- (Sep 15, Sep 16, Oct 1 – Oct 4) 2D1N stay for 1 for $875
Hotel at a glance
Offering a mix of modern-day and old school charm with its carpeted hallways and eclectic wall decors of life-sized crocodile statues greeting guests from their position above the concierge, Panyu Xiangjiang Hotel provides guests with a place to rest their head with the Chimelong Tourist Resort and Guangzhou South Station located five minutes away. Dine on authentic Cantonese cuisine or sample their international spread at the Yin Lee or Tea King Restaurant, or head over to the Pazhou Exhibition Centre or Yuyin Mount Garden for a taste of local delicacies and breathtaking views.
- Max. occupancy: 2 guests per room
- Yin Lee Restaurant
- Tea King Restaurant
- Meeting room
- Shuttle services
Guangzhou, Guangdong: What to see and do
Historically known as Canton (or the less-known moniker, Kwangchow), the capital city of Guangdong was once a flourishing hub of trade and culture before blossoming into a flamboyant metropolitan. The third biggest city after Beijing and Shanghai, Guangzhou joins the multitude of southern states that flourishes next to its mother channel, the Pearl River. The site to the region’s most scenic stretches featuring commercial skyscrapers and star-rated hotels, the East-to-West stream is also the nightly cruise path that draws the attention of vessel passengers with romanticised locations such as “Night Moon over the Goose Pool”, “Misty Rain over the Twin Bridge”, and “Red Heart of the Pearl River”.
Then, witness the technicolour cityscape as you pass through the essential shopping venues like the Shangxiajiu Lu Pedestrian Street, which opens as early as 8am but lights up as soon as the sun sets. A meandering maze of shaded walkways, loud signs, and shops constructed in the Tong Lau architectural style (one of the last of its kind in the country), the 1,218m stretch is the more affordable alternative for fashion shoppers and foodies as compared to its sister destination, Beijing Lu. A haven for the youth of the city, Beijing Lu Pedestrian Street carries imported items from Japan and South Korea, and is home to up to ten departmental stores alongside the sprinkling of speciality and designer outlets.
The birthplace of Cantonese cuisine and the country’s most prolific dining scene, Guangzhou does not shy away from culinary experimentation, exotic ingredients, and a flexible definition on what is edible. As the morning crowd recovers from an early session with its choice of up to 100 types of dim sum, restaurants are already firing up the grill for barbecued specialities, or shao wei, like roast chicken, goose, and pork. A complement to the end of meals or existing within a dining niche of its own, Cantonese desserts usually arrive in the form of soup or custard, with high-end franchises moulding them in their own fusion interpretation. Taste the traditional with a bowl of “double-layer” or “double-skin” milk, which is made with fresh milk and raw egg, or the more internationally-known dishes like mooncakes, egg custard tarts, and fried ice-cream.
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