Flowers Market China: Guangzhou Lingnan Flower Market is the largest flower market in South China.
The Guangzhou Lingnan Flower Market is a sea of fresh flowers.
The flower market has a long history. 100 years ago during the Ming and Qing Dynasties the flower industry was thriving in the Fangcun region, which later developed into a flower bazaar. The bazaar opened at midnight and closed at dawn, which is how it got its name, "Tian Guang Xu (天光圩)", or "bazaar of dawn".
At the end of 20th century the government invested in the construction of the Lingnan Flower Market in order to prevent flower vendors from blocking the roads. Now it has become one of the nation's biggest fresh cut flower markets, enjoying popularity equal to the Dounan Flower Market in Yunnan province.
The flower market is situated in the Fangcun area of Liwan district, adjacent to Foshan city, which is known for its flourishing flower industry.
The 80,000 square meter market now has 800 shops and 1500 booths. The current daily turnover of the market averages 1 to 3 million yuan. The highest turnover sometimes reaches 6 million yuan.
Every day tens of thousands of fresh roses, lilies, chrysanthemums, orchids and carnations from the Pearl River Delta region and Yunnan gather here to be dispersed to other Chinese cities, as well as Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, the US and Europe.
To become China's largest flower market
According to the government, the market will be enlarged to three times its current size, making it the largest in China. In addition, 300 underground parking spots will be added. After reconstruction, the market will have east, south and west districts. The east district is already finished and in operation.
Add.: No. 28 Fangcun Dadao Xi, Liwan District, Guangzhou.
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