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General Information For Flights From Phnom Penh To Guangzhou

Guangzhou, situated north of the Pearl River Delta, is one of the most important metropolis centers in China. Surrounded by the untouched old residences, ancient temples and lush green gardens nest in the splendid city center that attracts a large number of travelers from all over the world. Below is some useful information about flights from Phnom Penh to Guangzhou and other things you need to know before traveling to this city.

Getting from Phnom Penh to Guangzhou

One of the first things to do for your trip is booking flights from Phnom Penh to Guangzhou which cost around 252 USD on average. The estimated flight time is about 2 hours and 49 minutes.

If you are looking for better deals for these flights, just visit the website of Cambodia Angkor Air – one of the highly reputational airlines that frequently offers cheap flights from Cambodia. Currently you can find on its website cheap flights from Guangzhou to Phnom Penh (round trip) with only 600 CNY (equivalent to 90 USD), valid until 31 March 2018.

Best time to visit Guangzhou

The summer in Guangzhou (June to September) is the peak tourist season and there will be occasional typhoons and afternoon thunderstorms during this time. Spring (March to May) sees many humid, misty, and cloudy days. This is the start of the rainy season with rainfall mostly in April and May. Autumn (October to November) and winter (December to February) is therefore the best time to visit Guangzhou. Autumn is pleasantly cool, with sunshine and a bright sky, while winter is a sea of flowers with moderate and dry weather.

Getting around in Guangzhou

Taxi – This is a very popular mode of transport in Guangzhou as the fare is rather reasonable. Demand for taxis can be high during rush hours such as from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. as well as during lunch and dinner hours. Always remember to ask someone to write down your destination in Chinese, because almost no taxi driver speaks English.

Bus – This is a convenient way to get around in Guangzhou as the bus network is very well-constructed with relatively good service and the bus tickets are cheap. However, as all bus stop names, routes and audio instructions are in Chinese, it's worth buying a good map of the city to be certain about the bus route.

Train – Train is primarily used when travelling in long distances. You catch a train from East Railway Station to Hong Kong on trains. The Guangzhou Railway Station, on the other hand, offers routes to cities such as Shenzhen and Beijing.

 

Metro – Guangzhou has a comprehensive subway system connecting the city center to the outer suburbs. Metro trains are clean and well ventilated, and is very convenient, especially during the peak hours. Another advantage of metro is that the route maps and audio instructions on the train are bilingual.

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