111 Kms from Shenzhen
From the very first look, Guangzhou is too different than Shenzhen, as Shenzhen is a tourist destination, Guangzhou is a metropolitan city, which boost the business and tourism both. It is the 3rd largest city of China, Guangzhou has big sky scrappers, it's to huge, to get to see complete city you need more then 4/5 days and still I bet you won't be able to see it all, as distance is far and as I mentioned it is a big city so the places are far from each other. I had my booking done at Westin Guangzhou which is situated in the center of the city, and is just 10 mins walk from the metro station, As I mentioned Guangzhou has many skyscrapers and high rises, it also has the Canton tower which is one to the tallest towers in world, once it used to be the tallest in the world but as the world is growing so does taller buildings are, but still it is in top 10 in world. Canton tower is. 431 meters high and it is a beautiful tower located just next to the pearl river as it flows within the city. It looks beautiful at night when it is lit up in different colors which keep on changing. During my trip I even went to the Guangzhou Zoo Which has some beautiful species of animals and when in China the main attraction is a Panda. I get to see 2 Pandas but wasn't lucky enough to see them in open as both were inside there close enclosure. Guangzhou being a big city has many shopping options from Mall to big shopping streets It's all there. Got some good shopping options for all.
76 Kms from Shenzhen
THE ST REGIS MACAOCheck in here—if only for St Regis’s signature (and Macau’s first) 24-hour butler service. Opened last year, this is the brand’s grandest hotel with 400 rooms and suites, the Athletic Club, the Iridium Spa, and The St Regis Bar. The Presidential Suite: A rich man’s not-so-humble abode, this three-bedroom suite overlooks the Cotai Strip. Decorated with oriental-inspired furnishings, it has four bathrooms, living and dining areas, an entertainment room, and a gym. US$3674 upwards; stregismacao.comTHE VENETIAN MACAO The larger-than-life resort has recreated Venice, and how! Gondola rides in artificial canals, sky ceiling, rooftop murals, more than 40 restaurants, a theatre promising Broadway musicals, and a multi purpose Cotai Arena—now you know why it took US$2.4 billion to build this 3,000-suite resort. The rules are relaxed here, so slippers and shorts won’t cause a gasp of horror. Cielo Suite: Two bedrooms, a media room, a spa room, living and dining areas, and marble bathrooms make this 3,830-squarefootsuite so grand. venetianmacao.com