Foshan City is located in south central Guangdong Province, the hinterland of the Pearl River Delta. It is 28 kilometers east to Guangzhou and neighbors Hong Kong and Macau in the south. Thus, it enjoys a good location and convenient transportation. It covers an area of 3848.49 square kilometers and has a population of 5,923,000.
As a famed hometown of overseas Chinese, Foshan is the ancestral home for overseas Chinese and compatriots of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan amounting to 1.3 million, among which there are some world-renowned people including Chinese martial masters Huang Feihong and Li Xiaolong.
Foshan together with Hankou Town, Jingde Town and Zhuxian Town are regarded as four ancient towns in China. They are all known home and abroad for the advanced handicraft industry. The delicate and skillful folk arts there have long histories and are full of the local color. They could be dated back to the Tang and Song Dynasties and flourished during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The folk arts have their own unique characteristics. Through the skills including cutting, curving, modeling, binding, casting, painting and attaching, then come out the artworks, paper-cut, fancy lantern, autumn harvest, graphic art, painting and calligraphy. They are popular with the masses with their strong local features.
I see that the Wong Fei Hong Museum is a little far outside Foshan. What is the best way to get to the Wong Fei Hong museum and back to Foshan?
Thank you for your inquiry!
The Wong Fei Hong Museum is in the Foshan downtown, and the detailed address is: No.29, Xinwen Street, Chancheng District (禅城区，新文街29号）.
You can take a taxi to this museum, and it's quite convenient: ) Doris Huang replied on 2014-06-04
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Mik Lane 2013-03-10
Hi my wife and I are travelling to HK and have a 1day visa for China, we will arrive by train and would like further details on arranging a guide/translator to show us Foshan, IP Man museum and any other martial art related locations and museums. We''d like assistance from Guangzhou train station throughout the day and back on the train to HK same day. We''d like to fit in as much as possible so a guide would be a huge help. Any details and prices you could provide would be appreciated, kind regards Mik
Hi Mik, we can arrange the tour guide and car with driver for you. Please kindly advise the exact date you need it. Then I will quote the price, okay? Whitney Liao replied on 2013-03-12
We are arriving in Foshan on the 11th July. Is it possible to hire a guide-translator-driver who will take us to all upfront arranged meetings that we have made. The dates in question are 12th,13th,16th and 17th July.Kind regards,Claudia
Hi, the fee for guide service (not the professional interpreter) is US$100 per day and the driver with 8-seat car is US$192 per day. Their working time is 8 hrs per day. If exceed, extra fee is required. The price includes guide and driver’s meal but exclude the entrance fee of the meeting. Christy Luo replied on 2012-07-02
Jeff Brown 2012-05-15
I would like to see what your price and itinerary would be for a guide in Foshan.The date would be for Tuesday, June 12. We already have reservations at the Swissotel in Foshan, and would need the guide to meet us there in the morning, then take us around Foshan. I am particularly interested in the “Ip Man Museum” (teacher of Bruce Lee, teacher of Wing Chun Kung Fu). Other sites you have mentioned before are:Ancient Nanfeng Kiln, Liang Garden, Foshan Ancestral Temple and Wong Fei-hung Memorial Hall (or anything else they would recommend).The guide at the end of the day should take us to the subway or bus back to Guangzhou. We can arrange breakfast ourselves, unless the guide company can recommend some special local food to eat for breakfast. The tour company will arrange lunch. Dinner- I think we will do on the way to Guangzhou (again, unless they know someplace special).I hope all of this is clear, if not, please let me know.
I am a professional interpreter and sourcing agent in Foshan & Guangzhou cities. Please visit my web site www.procurementchina.weebly.com, and discuss more in details about your trip. guest replied on 2013-02-27