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Swissotel Foshan - Foshan Hotels
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Swissotel Foshan

No 1 Chengmentou West Road, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (124 reviews)
1. Hotel is located centrally in the business district for ease of conducting businesses.2. Hotel with the highest room in …More
Marco Polo Lingnan Tiandi Foshan - Foshan Hotels

Marco Polo Lingnan Tiandi Foshan

No.97, Renmin Road, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (94 reviews)
391 rooms and suites, including three stylish villas with private gardens and a variety of 1-3 bedroom serviced apartment All …More
Classical Plaza Hotel - Foshan Hotels

Classical Plaza Hotel

Le An, Guidan Road, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (18 reviews)
BoDun International Serviced Apartment - Foshan Hotels

BoDun International Serviced Apartment

No. 111 Jianxin road, Foshan - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (52 reviews)
New World Shunde Hotel - Foshan Hotels

New World Shunde Hotel

150 Qinghui Road Daliang, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (119 reviews)
Aloft Nanhai Foshan - Foshan Hotels

Aloft Nanhai Foshan

Boai Road Shishan Town Nanhai, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (16 reviews)
Aloft hotels are the new twist in travel from Starwood Hotels & Resorts. A vision of W Hotels, the Aloft Nanhai, Foshan is a …More
Plainvim International Boutique Hotel - Foshan Hotels

Plainvim International Boutique Hotel

NO.18 ChengMenTou Road, Foshan - Map
 
 
Crowne Plaza Foshan - Foshan Hotels

Crowne Plaza Foshan

118 Fenjiangzhong Road, Chancheng, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (114 reviews)
WELCOME TO CROWNE PLAZA FOSHANCrowne Plaza Foshan is conveniently located in the centre of the city, some 25 kilometers …More
Hilton Foshan - Foshan Hotels

Hilton Foshan

127 Lingnan North Avenue, Chan Cheng, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (27 reviews)
Intercontinental Foshan - Foshan Hotels

Intercontinental Foshan

20 Denghu East Road, Nanhai District, Foshan - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (91 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Foshan

    What does the word Guangdong mean to you? Probably nothing right now, but it will soon, because it’s the home province of your next holiday city. Bruce Lee’s ancestors are from here—that alone should be enough reason to visit. Check out our great deals for Foshan hotels, book one and become a Jeet Kun Do student in no time.

    Things to Do in Foshan

    The first place you should visit on Foshan holidays is the Foshan Ancestral Temple. It’s a Daoist temple that was first built during the Song Dynasty, ruined during the Yuan Dynasty and rebuilt by the Ming Dynasty. As you pass through the Main Hall, Wanfu Terrace, the Qingzheng Pavilion and the Front Hall, you’ll notice statues of past martial arts masters. Sure, they could probably open up a serious can of you-know-what, but not as big of one as Bruce Lee.

    Speaking of the Jeet Kun Do master himself, check out the city park that bears his name. He’s pretty important around these parts. You’ll understand why when you come upon the enormous statue of Bruce in full combat stance. When you’re done walking around the park, join a kung fu class and learn the way of the dragon.

    Getting to & Around Foshan

    Your best bet when flying to Foshan is to use Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (CAN), 59 km from downtown. Grab a taxi outside the main terminal and make the hour-long drive to your Foshan accommodation. Once in the city, there’s a great subway system that connects you to all of the districts as well as the rest of Guangdong Province. Oh, there’s also over 360 bus lines ready to take you from here to there at a moment’s notice. And don’t forget about the great rail system that has daily trains to Hong Kong in case the big city comes calling. Most Hong Kong accommodation is close to a train station.

    Your dream holiday to the Far East is finally upon you. All you have to do is browse through Wotif’s amazing selection of hotels in Foshan and book one today. You should’ve done it yesterday, but don’t worry, it’s not too late. Better start brushing up on your Mandarin!

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