Guangzhou

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Those of you who have followed my blog and social media for a while know that I’m usually a very avid traveler. But, this year my travelling slowed down since I’ve been busy with establishing my new life in Hong Kong. I won’t be on the road again until September, so in the mean time, here are some photos that I shot in Guangzhou a few months ago.

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I’ve always been keen on visiting China more, since I have a high interest in Chinese history and scenery. Guangzhou is conveniently located two-hours away from Hong Kong by train, so I went up for a quick trip over a long weekend. Guangzhou isn’t the first city that comes to mind when one thinks of China, but it still provided me with snippets of Chinese history and a whole lot of good food. I also loved how wandering around this city made me reminiscent of some of TVB dramas that I used to watch – haha!

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The Temple of the Six Banyan trees.

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Dim Sum at the Mandarin Oriental.

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The beautiful Liwan district.

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The bright and busy streets of Shang Xia Jiu at night.

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I’m wearing:

Tee : Uniqlo | Shirt : What Goes Around | Shorts : Forever 21 | Bag : Marc by Marc Jacobs (similar style here) | Sunglasses : Ray-Ban | Watch : Timex


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  • Wow Justin, these are amazing photos :) Always love your travelling pictures! And where you heading to in September?

    Stephanie | http://www.dearstephiiie.com

    • Justin L

      Thanks Stephy! I’m heading to Macau, Zhuhai, and Tokyo in September – stoked!

  • Those dumplings look fuego!

    Alexander @ Mr Essentialist

    • Justin L

      Haha thanks Alex, I always love dim sum!

  • NothingToDeclare

    the location is charming and i love your outfit!

    Lorenzo
    http://nothingtodeclare1.blogspot.it/

    • Justin L

      Thank you so much!

  • Shang Xia Jiu – miss that shopping area so much!! Hope the heat wasn’t too bad!

    • Justin L

      Haha a bit, but I’m growing used to it here in SE Asia!