Located in Guangdong province, China’s charming city of Foshan offers many attractions and here are some of its best places to add to your itinerary.

Photo credit- Zhangzhugang , Foshan To Miao 2012.11.20 16-19-23 , CC BY-SA 3.0

Foshan Ancestral Temple

Among the city’s most famous landmarks, Foshan Ata Temple is dedicated to the deity known as Beidi and is not to be missed. located within easy reach of properties such as Ascott M-City Foshan, this site dates back to the Song Dynasty; there are ceramic sculptures, fascinating brick, stone and wood carvings, and even a lion dance and martial arts demonstration every afternoon.

Ancient Nanfeng furnace

When it stays inside Foshan, residential It makes an ideal base for visiting the Ancient Nanfeng Kiln in Shunde District. Dating back to the Ming Dynasty, it is considered to be the oldest kiln in China and is interestingly still in operation. During your visit, you will learn about the ceramic making process and even have the chance to make your own pottery, which will be a unique experience!

Xiqiao Mountain

Those who love the outdoors and cultural exploration can plan an excursion to Xiqiao Mountain, located in Foshan’s Nanhai District. Designated as a national forest park, this scenic and expansive site offers much to explore; In addition to climbing the impressive peaks, you can also visit attractions such as the Peach Blossom Garden, Baiyun Grottoes, and the Nanhai Guanyin Cultural Park with its stunning Guanyin statue.

Qinghui Garden

Nature lovers will also be delighted to visit Qinghui Garden, one of Guangdong Province’s four famous gardens. Originally part of a Ming Dynasty mansion, it has interesting design elements including the ancient Lingnan garden style; On your travels, you will come across landscapes with lush greenery, calm waters, ornate wood carvings, stained glass windows and charming pavilions.