Travel Around 9+2
Consisting of a bunch of dynamic cities, Greater Bay Area not only is a great place for your living and career, it’s also filled with amazing places that worth a visit! “Travel Around 9＋2” video series features different hotspots in the GBA!
Hong Kong Tsuen Wan - Kwong Pan Tin Village
Many have heard of the Rainbow Village in Taiwan, but do you know there is a Rainbow Village in Hong Kong too ? That is Kwong Pan Tin Village, located at the foothill of Tai Mo Shan. You can take bus route 51 at Tsuen Wan station and get off at Kwong Pan Tin Tsuen Section 2 to get there! The murals in the small village are painted by children, volunteers and villagers, adding vibrancy to the streets.
Guangzhou Zengcheng - 1978 Cultural Creative Park
1978 Cultural Creative Park is located on the east bank of the Zengjiang River in Guangzhou. Through revitalising the original sugar wrap factory, old warehouses, and villages with various creative elements including movie, music, design etc. added, the area became the first ever creative industrial park in Guangdong Province for cultural tourism. The park also features many fantastic spots for photo taking, such as the railway station, white chapel, retro streets, and many more!
Zhongshan - Wenbishan Country Park
Flow Farm is an experiential farm and animal sanctuary located at Wenbishan Country Park in Zhongshan. Here, visitors can have a fully immersive interactive experience to truly connect with nature and animals. Pay a visit to the organic farm to enjoy a farm-to-table experience!
Huizhou - Local bnb
Located in the southeast region of Guangdong province, it’s the second largest city among all the mainland cities in the GBA! Huizhou boasts a vibrant and beautiful natural ecosystem, with bnb as one of the most prosperous industries in their tourism industry. Also, local bnb usually focuses on a more cultural and homey experience.
Shenzhen - Zhongshuge
Zhongshuge is a newly opened bookstore situated in Shenzhen. It is praised as the most beautiful bookstore in China and it has branches across the Mainland. The 1,300 square-meter bookstore features a spiral red bookcase which stands through from the entrance to the entire store, as if the visitors are visiting to an art gallery!