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Reviewed on 17 Sep,2019
Baiyun International Airport is the main air gateway to the southeast Chinese city of Guangzhou and the surrounding Guangdong province. It mainly serves airlines flying from Chinese domestic locations as well as other Asian cities including Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo. Baiyun is about 30kms from central Guangzhou. Airport South Station is underneath the airport passenger terminal and on Metro Line 3.Don’t Miss
Mt Baiyun and its scenic viewpoints are south of Baiyun International Airport. Heading north from the airport is the route for Furongfeng Park, Gaobaizhang Scenic Area and Wangzishan Forest Park. There are also quite a few museums within easy range of the airport.
Huadu Museum and the Huadu Weather, Astronomy and Science Museum are east of Baiyun International Airport. Apart from museums and trips out to the northern parks there is not a lot to do nearby.
As one of the 20th busiest airports in the world, and with a passenger turnover of more than 50 million a year, Baiyun has plenty of places to enjoy a meal, drink or do some shopping. Passengers can also get a foot massage, have a treatment at one of the onsite beauty salons or watch a film in the airport.Restaurants and Bars
Choosing somewhere to eat at Baiyun International Airport is an enjoyable experience. There is an excellent choice which ranges from McDonald’s to Chen Yi Food Court. The latter offers diners a taste of all the regions of China with a menu featuring noodle soups, spicy Sichuan delights, dumplings and a few fish dishes. A number of cafés serve premium coffees, ice-cream, cakes and sandwiches. Starbucks and Lavazza are among the global coffee chains with on-airport outlets.Shopping
Shopping venues in Baiyun International Airport sell a vast range of products. There are duty-free shops in airside lounges selling cheap cigarettes, wine, whisky and perfume. Jewellery, watches, handbags, designer clothes and the latest electronic devices and smartphones are all available. Snacks and travellers’ articles are available from convenience stores and foreign-language books and newspapers from newsagents.