Guangzhou is the capital of the Guangdong province in southern China. With 25 million people within its city limits, this city is the most populated city of the province. According to Google and TripAdvisor, Guangzhou has been noted to be China’s Top 10 Most Popular Tourist Spot. It is a leading commercial and industrial metropolitan, complimented for its cleanliness, picturesque attractions and improved transportation system.
The best time to visit Guangzhou is during its autumn season which begins in late October and ends in mid-December as the temperature during this time will be mild and comfortable. Its spring is humid and cloudy, so it is not recommended to travel during this season. Autumn is also the peak time for tourist activities, so be sure to book your travel in advance to avoid unavailability and high rates.
Clark International Airport – Located between Angeles and Mabalacat in the region of Pampanga, Philippines is the Clark International Airport. From Manila, this airport is accessible 80 km away. This airport serves the area of Central Luzon, Northern Luzon and Metro Manila. Flights of both international and domestic routes go through this way. The main carrier that operates at this hub is Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines and Philippines AirAsia.
Baiyun International Airport – Opened for service in 2004, the airport has come to be the second busiest air hub in China in terms of passenger traffic. With three runways and two more in planning, the airport is growing fast to meet the air travel demands from 65 million passengers annually. It is located in the Baiyun district in Guangzhou and has two terminals. Terminal 1 is where you can find the check-in counters and retail stores, boarding gates, security checkpoints, custom zone, baggage claims and other facilities while Terminal 2 which was opened in April 2018, operates most of SkyTeam member airlines and is the main hub for China Southern Airlines. The airport is connected with public transport services which can take you to and from the airport and the city centre.
Guangzhou experiences a humid subtropical climate despite its geographical location near the south and is influenced by the East Asian monsoon. The summer season is hot and humid with a high chance of rainfall and its winter is mild and dry. Starting from April to September, Guangzhou experiences its monsoon season, so it is best to not travel during this time. Autumn, which starts from October to December, is cool and windy, making it the best time for travel.