Category Archives: Guangzhou

Anal Service Escorts in Guangzhou

Anal Service, also known as A level service, is a sexual activity involving the bottom. It is often referred to as the anal sex or rectal sex. It becomes common in the 21st century partly because the “blue movies”. According to a research carried out in 2009, nearly 30 percent of pornographic movies contained anal service/anal sex. In these movies, it is presented that both of two people are enjoyable and painless. However, that is not the case. Anal intercourse is often very painful for women, particularly the first few times.

Anal service/ anal sex is not popular among European women, not mention oriental ladies. Hence, the fact is that finding an escort offering anal service/A level service in Guangzhou cannot be an easy task.  Continue reading


Independent Local Chinese Escort in Guangzhou

Guangzhou, known as the capital and largest city of Guangdong province,  has much fun for you to explore. In such a colorful city, countless escort girls are there waiting to leave you sweet and fresh memories and lead you experience the rejuvenation. Escort girls in Guangzhou are willing to offer you various services, just hope to make you pleased and get satisfaction.

However, the service offered by outcall independent escort girls are no longer in Guangzhou now because of the terrorist attack in Yunan Province and the vice clampdown all across China happened recently. The police are searching each hotel room for Xinjiang people who carried out the attack at Yunan train station. Hence, the service from an incall independent  escort in Guangzhou will be better than the outcall service.

Incall escort girl is also known as QQ girl in China. They usually chat with clients on QQ and tell clients their addresses. However, without at least some basic chinese skills, it is nearly impossible to communicate.

Now, if you have decided to find incall escort girls in Guangzhou, here are 10 independent Guangzhou incall escorts for your reference. Continue reading


Places to Find Escorts in Guangzhou After the Prostitution Crackdown on Dongguan

Dongguan is a famous historic and cultural city in Guangzhou Province. It has more than 1700 years’ history. It borders Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Huizhou etc. In history, Dongguan was well-known among foreign countries in the “event Opium combustion in Humen” in 1839. While recently it became famous in mainland China and even foreign countries like Singapore for the news “Prostitution Crackdown on Dongguan”. It also affected its nearby cities like Guangzhou and Shenzhen.  Continue reading


Nightlife Guidance of Haizhu District

With the opening of the 114th “Canton Fair” held from Oct.15 to Nov. 4 2013 , a large group of businessmen will gather in Haizhu District to attend this great event during the daytime. When the night curtain falls, they may have no idea of their nightlife. There is a brief nightlife guidance  which concerns dining, sauna, bar and KTV may help them experience the colorful nightlife in Haizhu District.  Continue reading


A Guidance of Guangzhou Girl Friendly Hotels

The 114th Autumn Canton Fair will be held from this October to November in Guangzhou Haizhu District. As a result of this well-known event, a large amount of businessmen are bound to moving into and living in Guangzhou. For those who are seeking for girl-friendly hotels in Guangzhou, here is a brief guidance of Guangzhou girl-friendly hotels. Continue reading


Hotel Massage in Guangzhou

No matter you are travelling for business or tour, it is important for you to find a nice hotel where you can have a great rest. The recreational facilities are something you should not miss when staying at a hotel. They help chase away the stress and tiredness caused by travelling. Most of the hotels in Guangzhou feature massage, spa and sauna facilities so that guests can enjoy their leisure time while staying. Following are some leisure venues in some budget hotels in Guangzhou where you can find massage services available.

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72-hour Free-visa in Guangzhou

Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, became the third city in the Chinese mainland after Beijing and Shanghai to offer 72-hour visa-free transit to airline passengers and welcomed its first foreign tour group on Tuesday.

The 23 foreigners who are from the United States, Australia, New Zealand and France received a warm welcome from the China Southern Airlines and Guangzhou Tourism Bureau, the Guangzhilu International Travel Service and the airport administration at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. Continue reading


One-stop— Guangzhou Metro

Guangzhou Metro is the metro system of the city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province of China. Line 1 opened in 1997 with five stations in operation. Guangzhou is the China’s first sub-provincial city and provincial capital that has subway and Guangzhou Metro system is the third largest city metro rail transport system.

As of November 2010, Guangzhou Metro has eight lines in operation, namely Line 1, Line 2, Line 3, Line 4, Line 5, Line 8, Guangfo Line and Zhujiang New Town APM. A major portion of the metro system services the urban areas of the city, while Lines 2, 3 and 4 also reach into the suburban areas in Huadu, Baiyun District, Panyu and Nansha; Guangfo Line connects Guangzhou and Foshan and is the first intercity underground metro line in the country.

Guangzhou Metro operates 144 stations, including 14 interchanges stations, and 236 km of tracks. Two new lines, Line 6 and Line 9, and extensions of Line 8 and Guangfo Line are already under construction and expected to be completed between 2013 and 2016. Total operational capacity is scheduled to exceed 600 km by 2020.

Lines in operation

Line 1 (Xilang to Guangzhou East Railway Station)l1

Line 1 was officially started on December 28, 1993. Its first section, from Xilang to Huangsha, opened on 28 June 1997, making Guangzhou the fourth city in Mainland China to have a metro system. The full line started operation two years later on 28 June 1999.

Line 1 runs from Xilang to Guangzhou East Railway Station, with a total length of 18.5. Except Kengkou and Xilang, all stations in Line 1 are underground. The line interchanges with Line 2 at Guangyuanqian, Line 3 at Tiyu Xilu and Guangzhou East Railway Station, and Line 5 at Yangji.

Line 2 (Jiahewanggang to Guangzhou South Railway Station)l2

Line 2 is a north-south line that runs from Jiahewanggang to Guangzhou South Railway Station. It interchanges with Line 1 at Gongyuanqian, Line 5 at Guangzhou Railway Station, and Line 8 at Changgang. Until 21 September 2010, it ran from Sanyuanli to Wanshengwei. Its first section, between Sanyuanli and Xiaogang, operated on 29 December 2002. It was extended from Xiaogang to Pazhou on 28 June 2003 and further to Wanshengwei a year later. The section between Xiaogang and Wanshengwei was split off to form part of Line 8 during 22-24 September 2010, when operation was pause. The lastest extension, from Jiangnanxi to Guangzhou South Railway Station and from Sanyuanli to Jiahewanggang. Opened on 25 September 2010 as the whole line resumed operation. The length of the current line is 31.4 km. All station in Line 2 are underground.

Line 3 (Airport South to Panyu Square)l3

Line 3 opened on 26 December 2005, trains operated between Guangzhou East Railway Station and Kecun. Following completion of the Tianhe Coach Terminal-Tiyu Xiu and Kecun-Panyu Square sections, the line was rerouted on 30 December 2006 to offer transfer-free connections between Panyu Square and Tianhe Coach Terminal via Tiyu Xilu. The Guangzhou East Railway Station-Tiyu Xilu section became a shuttle until it was extended northwards to Airport South on 30 October 2010. In official distinctions, the main route consists of the entire Airport South-Panyu Square section, while the Tianhe Coach Terminal-Tiyu Xilu section is a spur line. The spur line will be spilt off in the long term to form part of Line 10.

Line 3 is a 67.3 km Y-shaped line connecting Airport South and Tianhe Coach Terminal to Panyu Square. All stations in the line are underground. The line interchanges with Line 1 at Tiyu Xilu and Guangzhou East Railway Station, Line 5 at Zhujiang New Town, and Line 8 at Kecun.

Line 4 l4

Line 4 is a north-south line running parallel to Line 2 along the east of the city. It is 43.7 km long with 16 stations. It was the first metro line in mainland China to use linear motor trains. The line interchanges with Line 5 at Chebeinan, and Line 8 at Wanshengwei.

Line 5 (Jiaokou to Wenchong)

Line 5 is 31.9 km long with 13 stations, starting at Jiaokou and runs to Wenchong. It entered operation on 28 December 2009. All stations in the line are underground except Jiaokou and Tanwei. Similarly to Line 4, it also uses linear motor trains. It interchanges with Line 1 at Yangji, Line 2 at Guangzhou Railway Station, Line 3 at Zhujiang New Town, and Line 4 at Chebeinan.

Line 8 (Fenghuang to Wanshengwei)l8

Line 8 runs from Fenghuang to Wenshengwei, the total length is 4.1 km. Current interchange stations along the line are Changgang with Line 2, Kecun with Line 3, and Wanshengwei with Line 4. Extension of Line 8 to cross the Pearl River and reach Cultural Park, an interchange station with Line 6.

Guangfo Line

The Guangzhou-Foshan Section of Pearl River Delta Region Intercity Rapid Transit(珠江三角洲地区城际快速轨道交通广州至佛山段) is an intercity metro line that connects Guangzhou and Foshan. It is commonly known as Guangfo Metro and Guangfo Line of Guangzhou Metro. The section within Foshan also doubles as Line 1 of FMetro (Foshan Metro). The line is operated by Guangdong Guangfo Inter-City Co., Ltd., a subsidiary co-owned by Guangzhou Metro (51%) and Foshan Metro (49%). The whole line has 32.2 km of tracks and 21 stations, of which 17.4 km of tracks and 10 stations will be located in Guangzhou. The line will interchange with Line 1 at Xilang, Line 2 at Nanzhou, Line 3 at Lijiao, and Line 8 at Shayuan. It will run four-car trains. All the stations are underground.

Zhujiang New Town Automated People Mover System (APM)

The Automated People Mover System of Zhujiang New Town Core District Municipal Traffic Project (珠江新城核心区市政交通项目旅客自动输送系统) is an underground automated people mover that serves the central business district of Zhujiang New Town. It is commonly known as Zhujiang New Town Automated People Mover System or the APM for the short. At a length of 3.9 km, it connects Linhexi and Chigang Pagoda with nine stations on the line. There is no direct platform-to-platform connection between the APM and Line 3 albeit they share the stations of Linhexi and Chigang Pagoda. Transfer passengers need to exit and reenter with a new ticket. The APM runs two-car rubber-wheeled driverless trains.

Some knowledges about Guangzhou metro:

Fares and tickets

Fares of Guangzhou Metro currently range from 2 RMB to 14 RMB. A journey shorter than 4 km costs 2 RMB; 1 RMB is charged for every 4 km after 4 km, every 6 km after 12 km, and every 8 km after 24 km. The fare for the longest possible journey to the exiting station will be
charged if a journey exceeds four hours. Passengers may carry luggage below weight and size limits at no cost or a ¥2 surcharge.

Current ticket types

  • Single journey ticket
  • Yang Cheng Tong and Lingnan Tong
  • Day pass: One-day pass: 20 RMB each and valid for 24 hours; Three-day pass: 50 RMB each and valid for 72 hours

Discontinued ticket types

  • Stored value ticket
  • Monthly pass: 55 RMB monthly pass for 20 single journeys; 88 RMB monthly pass for 35 single journeys; 115 RMB pass for 50 single journeys
  • Student pass and senior citizen pass

Passenger services

  1. Travel plan
  2. Bus transfer
  3. Service hours
  4. Ticket guidelines
  5. Safety knowledge

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Now, in order to facilitate people to take the subway, in 28 December, 2012, Guangzhou Metro officially released APP phone software for free download. People just go to the Apple App Store and Google play and other major electronic markets, or log Guangzhou Metro official website, the official micro-Bo can download the software free of charge.

The information provided by the official APP is very rich, which provides a variety of operational information, including basic lines, site queries, real-time operations announcement, the official micro-blog links, related laws and regulations, safety guidelines, tickets species introductions, user-demand options.

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Policy in 2013 Did Not Affect Housing Prices In Guangzhou Continue Rising

From 2003 to 2011, the primary, second-hand houses of Guangzhou district 10 grew by an average of 16.0% and 13.3% respectively. Influenced by supply and demand tension, in 2006 and 2007, house prices rose 24% and 35.1% respectively. Recently , Guangzhou Development Research Institute of Guangzhou University released the “Guangzhou economic situation analysis and prediction in 2013″. Analysis pointed out that since 2011 Guangzhou has entered the era of high house prices. In 2011 Guangzhou housing prices and urban residents total household income ratio has reached 9.502 , more than the United Nations and the World Bank standard range.

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Guangzhou’s Best Gyms

Guangzhou is city that focus on quality of life, people will pay more attention to health. Like other large Chinese cities and a few small ones, Guangzhou is home to some of the most modern fitness training centres in the country. Most fitness centers offer the same exercise,such as  aerobics, dance, a badminton court or swimming pool. Here are the better fitness centers in Guangzhou.

A. Total Fitness Club

Total Fitness Club was founded in 2001, start from the date of creation, the Total Fitness Club has  ”professional, health, honor, and fashion” for the purpose and create a new healthy life style for elite.4e4a20a4462309f747d0fd6e720e0cf3d7cad60b In the past nine years, with great strength and professional services, the total fitness club has occupied South China’s leading position in the fitness industry and created the one to one professional training services. Currently, it has set up many branches in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Foshan, Dongguan, Chongqing.

Total Fitness Club provides about 150 fitness classes every week and can satisfy members’ different preferences. The classes include the world’s most popular Les mills (Grammy) curriculum (Bodycombat, Bodypump, Bodjam), Zumba courses, Latin dance, belly dancing, pole dancing, modern dance, aerobics, hip-hop, folk dance, taekwondo, boxing, cardio boxing, kick-boxing, step aerobics, body art gymnastics, big ball gymnastics, Pilates, tai chi, hot yoga, slimming yoga, health yoga, power yoga, weight loss yoga traditional yoga, Hatha yoga and so on. Continue reading