To the north of Hong Kong and Shenzen is the city of Huizhou. It was said to be a sleepy town on the Pearl River Delta, but the city saw an explosion of industry in the 1980s and investment from Asian, European, and American companies. It is now the world’s leader in battery and laser-head production, the nation’s largest telephone and computer mainboard production base, and the largest television, camera, and advanced electronics production base in China. The city facilitates travelers with the Huizhou Airport
set about 25km to the east. The weather is ideal for travelers year round with the rainy season usually occurring between July and August.
Huizhou is Guangdong’s historical and cultural city. It is also considered one of China’s top tourist cities. Much of what can be seen and done comes from the land and culture of the locals. Local tradition such as Dragon Dancing in the Spring Festival and Moon Admiring during the Mid Autumn Festival can be observed, and the special customs of the Yao ethnic minority can make for a unique experience. The landscape also provides recreation and leisure. Luofu Mountain is one of the country’s ten most famous, and Nankun Mountain is a popular summer escape with family inns. Longmen Hot Spring, Yongji Ecological Garden, and the Gangkou National Turtle Protection Area are but a few more spots worth a visit.
Find the most suitable accommodation for you by clicking on our interactive map and exploring Huizhou for hotels and must-see destinations.