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One of China’s busiest hubs, Guangzhou’s known for its distinct local customs and cuisine, as well as its beautiful temples and landscapes.
Báiyún International Airport is 28km north of Guangzhou, with airport shuttles into the centre available from ¥17 ($3.75), while a taxi will cost ¥150 ($33). Alternatively, the cheapest way to travel from the airport is by the Metro line, which is just ¥7 ($1.50) but takes around 40 minutes.
It’s worth considering buying a transit pass for the duration of your stay, which are available at metro stations. These can be used on all public transport, including yellow taxis, with prices starting at one-day (¥20) and three-day (¥50).
The city has plenty of taxis, although they can be hard to find during peak hours. It also has a large network of buses, although the routes and timetables need investigation in advance.