Guiyang travel guide

Guiyang tourism | Guiyang guide

You're Going to Love Guiyang

The capital of Guizhou province, Guiyang is a smart, youthful city with plenty of historical appeal, spicy local cuisine and easy access to the tourist attractions of southwestern China.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Guiyang

When to Visit Guiyang

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Spring and fall are the best times to visit, when the blossom or leaf fall is at its most beautiful, the weather is mild, and tourist season hasn't really begun.

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How to Get to Guiyang

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Where to Stay in Guiyang

Some of the finest upscale hotels in Guiyang include the Novotel Guiyang Downtown, the Hotel Pullman, and the Renaissance Guiyang Hotel, which is slightly outside the center.

Popular Neighborhoods in Guiyang

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How to Get Around Guiyang

The Cost of Living in Guiyang

Shopping Streets

Zhonghua Lu is the main place to visit if you need a standard department store, but the soul of Guiyang's retail scene is Yan'an Lu, where you'll find batik fabrics, liquor, silver jewelry, and traditional masks.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in town include Xingye and Sunflower, where 12 eggs will cost around ¥8.

Where to Eat in Guiyang

The food in Guizhou is usually spicy and based around soups, pancakes, and stews. Some of the best places to try it include the street vendors at Hequn Lu, as well as restaurants like Siheyuan and Huaxi Wangji Beef Noodle. Expect to pay ¥40-60 for a good meal.