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The Canton Tower stands at the intersection of Guangzhou’s new urban central and the Pearl River scenery zone. Right across the river, is the Asian Games Park and Zhu Jiang New Town, together with the Guangzhou Opera House, Library, No.2 Children’s...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 23:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
No.222 Yuexiang West Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, China
All reviews bubble tram observation deck sky drop ferris wheel drop ride great view of the city glass floor beautiful at night the pearl night view across the river top floor light show guangzhou city river cruise visiting guangzhou metro station
I like Guangzhou, this is city of new technologies and nice people , TV tower nice place , but in Guangzhou all places very nice. I can talk for hours about the charms of this city, but I will tell you the main thing. People...More
I was told that to go go the top of Canton Tower you have to pay. So I decided to enjoy it from the other side of the Pearl River. By day it just looks like an hour glass. By night it comes alive, glowing...More
Spent 2 hours in line just for nothing, take a pics and have to pay huge amount of money. This is a robbery. Not recommended at all. U wasting time n money, better plan a romantic dinner in fancy restaurant.
Staffs are confusing, nothing good...More
The Canton Tower is the most famous landmark in Guangzhou.
If you visit Guangzhou, then you must definitely experience the Canton Tower.
You can go either during the day or evening.
However, the evening is more interesting with a popular light show and a lot...More
I have visited many towers in China but this place is little different. The toy train running nearby along the riverside is added fun. You can access to many places nearby. From the top of this tower you can see all guangzhou if the weather...More
The footsteps/ground-area of the 595.7-metre Canton Tower (Chinese name: 广州塔), is home to at least part of most major celebrations in the city. It is a common gathering place for celebrations. I’ve enjoyed going up in the transparent-walled elevator to the 108th floor. On most...More
You didn’t visit Guangzhou if you didn’t at least walk around Canton Tower.
There is an admission cost, and packages with prices that rise with each height level.
There’s much to do within the tower itself: a bubble ride at the top, TV & radio...More
The day was hazy, but there were still incredible views to be seen. I went during the day so I could see out. The observations deck are on the 107th and 108th floors with very high speed elevators to take you up there. The 109th...More
Response from DISTASSIO | Reviewed this property |
In the tower on the first floor you can buy a ticket. But see that this day was clear weather. If there is a bad time, you will spend this money in vain. If you want to look at Guangzhou from a height for free, go to the... More
In the tower on the first floor you can buy a ticket. But see that this day was clear weather. If there is a bad time, you will spend this money in vain. If you want to look at Guangzhou from a height for free, go to the hotel four seasons on the 70th floor, there is a restaurant where you can drink coffee and make beautiful photos.
Response from Ambassador827300 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I don't think it's a good idea to use a colour copy of your passport. U should carry your passport everywhere with u. The Chinese are very strict with ID. January is cold there. It's OK to travel but cold. Best... More
Hi. I don't think it's a good idea to use a colour copy of your passport. U should carry your passport everywhere with u. The Chinese are very strict with ID. January is cold there. It's OK to travel but cold. Best time is evening for the lights or daytime for the sights.