Yangjiang Vacation Packages
The area around Yangjiang is crisscrossed with things to do and see, from big-ticket tourist hotspots to lesser known gems.
A useful technique to get to know a place and its people is by learning about its past. While here, be sure to see the area's historic fortresses.
When you hear the call to adventure, do as the locals do and spend the day hiking and rock climbing. Traveling to new destinations can encourage the more adventurous side of travelers. If you're up for an adventure, have a go at paragliding.
For many, the appeal of leaving home is learning new flavors. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the region's restaurants. Two of the region's key cooking ingredients are chicken and oyster sauce. Soy sauce chicken and tea-smoked duck are just two local dishes sure to delight visitors' palates with a true taste of Guangdong.
Spending time to pick up a few key phrases in the local language often separates the enlightened travelers from the tourists. "Nǐ yào bú yào gēn wǒ tiàowǔ" is the Mandarin way to say "Would you like todance with me?" "This gentleman/lady will pay for everything" is another good one know, so try getting your mouth around "Zhèiwèi xiānsheng huì qīngdān"
When the time comes to leave Guangdong, you'll be sure to bid this place a fond "Zàijiàn" Rest assured, however, you'll be leaving with memories and momentos that you'll be able to enjoy for years to come.
Accommodation in Yangjiang
Yangjiang has hotel rooms, suites and apartments for all types of travelers. With Expedia's hotels page you can compare as many as 11 Yangjiang hotels.
Yangjiang Phoenix Hotel at West Hubin Road, and the Yangjiang Jiayue Hotel, at No.768 Xiping North Road are some of the more exclusive hotels in Yangjiang. If those options aren't the best match for you, the Sunshine Coast Holiday Apartment, Block P7, Baoli Silver Beach, Zhapo, or the Atou Resort Hotel, Lvyoudadao North, Zhapo Town, Jiangbei might better suit your requirements.