Guangzhou’s “White House”
European flair in the city center
In 1958, in order to solve the flood in the urban area, the Guangzhou Government built Liuhua Lake, which was named after the Liuhua Bridge, a historical site of the Southern Han Dynasty in the northeast of the lake. The palace on the water is reminiscent of a European castle with a French-style garden. In 1986, shortly after the signing of the Sino-British Joint Declaration, Queen Elizabeth II visited the park and planted a memorial tree. In the evening, the golden pink sunset shines on the ‘Little White Palace’, catapulting you to a fairy tale world of princesses.
The best time
It is recommended to arrive at around 5:30 pm.