Originally a 12th-century pontoon bridge with 86 boats straddling the Hán River, Guǎngjǐ Bridge suffered repeated destruction over the...
Guǎngjì Gate Tower
A part of the Guǎngjǐ Bridge complex. It's also a popular rendezvous point for locals meeting up with friends.
Cháozhōu City Wall
The remains of the ancient city wall run alongside and back from the river. You can walk on the top of most sections.
A lovely place for a tea experience with an English speaker in a minimalist, modern-meets-ancient Chinese teahouse. You pay for a taste...
Zhèng’s Private Kitchen
A private kitchen that whips up impressive Cháozhōu-style seafood dishes. Ask a Mandarin- or Cantonese-speaking friend to call and book...
Hánwén Temple information
On the east bank of the Hán, this is the oldest and best-preserved temple dedicated to the Tang-dynasty philosopher Han Yu, who was banished to ‘far-flung’ Guǎngdōng for his anti-Buddhist views.