Things to Do

Much of the city’s identity, characteristics and cuisine revolve around its connection to the sea.

In addition to its long, natural coastline (an attraction in itself), Zhuhai offers various other landmarks that pay tribute to its unique history and coastal culture. Popular attractions include:

  • Chimelong Ocean Kingdom
  • Jintai Temple
  • Meixi Memorial Archways
  • Mt. Shijing Park
  • Tangjia Bay
  • Wai Lingding Island
  • Zhuhai Museum
  • Zhuhai Opera House
  • Zhuhai Seaside Park

New Summer Palace
Travelers not venturing all the way north to the capital will be delighted by this find (also known as the New Yuanming Palace). A life-sized replica of the original Summer Palace in Beijing, it reproduces the historic monument down to the last detail. Explore the 18 halls of the imperial complex and stroll through the traditional gardens.

Zhuhai International Circuit
The first permanent racing track in China designed with Formula One in mind, today the track is a mecca for China’s racing enthusiasts, hosting regional competitions throughout the year, including the Pan Delta Super Racing Festival and the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship. The A-level track covers four square kilometers and sports a record speed of 300 kilometers per hour. The track is open to the public for kart racing and driving courses.

Zhuhai Wanzai Seafood Street
Needless to say, the availability of fresh seafood is a key highlight of any trip to Zhuhai. Oysters, prawns, crabs, urchins and eels are fished in abundance and served every which way. For an authentic dining experience, head to Zhuhai Wanzai Seafood Street. The market sells an overwhelming array of live, freshly caught seafood, ready to be cooked and served to you on the spot. Just don’t forget to bargain.

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