The Guangzhou Museum of Art covers 20,300 square meters and was opened to the public in 2000.
The Maritime Silk Road Museum of Guangdong is the first submarine archaeology-themed museum in China. It focuses on the excavation, protection, display and research of the relics discovered within the wreck of the Nanhai One.
Covering an area of nearly 800,000 square meters, this museum is both a historical site and a memorial, built to pay homage to Lin Zexu (1785-1850) and the great fight against invaders during the Opium Wars.
Hakka Museum of China covers an area of 37,000 square meters and is composed of eight branches, including the main hall, the Huang Zunxian Memorial Hall, the Meizhou Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum, the Meizhou Overseas Chinese Museum and four others.
Located to the southwest of the Pearl River Delta in South China’s Guangdong province, the Kaiping Diaolou Cultural Tourism Area is a famous scenic spot integrating overseas Chinese culture, gardening art, Chinese and western architecture, cultural relics and historical sites, an original ecological environment, and folk customs.
Lanterns at the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park are a highlight of the Spring Festival holiday celebration for people of Zhongshan in Guangdong province.
Located close to the South China Sea, Guangdong province has a long, vast coast.
The Guangdong Kaiping Diaolou is a defensive multi-storey tower-style building in villages.
Dajiao Bay is a national 5A tourism area located in the southwest of Hailing Island in Yangjiang, Guangdong province.