Cherry Choi
 "Tour guide /interpreter / sourcing agent in Guangzhou"
Guangdong Province, Guangzhou, China
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Fee Per Hour: $15

Fee Per Day: $75

Gender: Female
Transportation: Private car
 Public transportation
English Level: Fluent
Services Provided: Tour guide
 Business assistant
 Shopping assistant
 Car rental
 Airport/train station pickup
1094 points
Member for 1 year 26 weeks

About me:

Hi ,This is Cherry, a sunshine girl ,26 years old.

Though Guangzhou is not my hometown,But I know Guangzhou very well and love this city very much.

Have been in Guangzhou for more than 6years,now living and working in Guangzhou city China.

I have been into sourcing / logistic /interpreter and tour guide service for more than 3 years .

As a private tour guide,I hope we can be just like friends not like tourist group.

Just wanted you can enjoy the trip and sightseeing .

I know what funny places to go ,and also good restaurants and nice hotels.

Meanwhile,I know my hometown-Foshan city very well,and also Hongkong.

In a word,I love my country-China.

Welcome to China.

I will try my best to help you.

my main service :

*1) Airport pick-up & drop-off (including Hong kong airport)*

*2)Car service with driver on actual charges basis*

*3) Sightseeing/tourist guide,food and shopping guide.*

*4) Price negotiations with Suppliers on client's behalf.*

*5) Interpretation,translation of document/email/websites for Client.*

*6) Local Market assistance in China.*

*7) Interpreting Service/Car rental/Sourcing agent in Guangzhou.*


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Re: Cherry Choi
Last updated:  Oct 14, 2014  Posted: Oct 14, 2014
Author:  Gossamaonline

Hi There,


I would like to send you an email enquiry but can not seem to find your email on your profile - my email address is: - would you please be able to email me please.






Author:  tamsha

My partner and I were in China as part of a holiday which included visiting China.  One of the things on my bucket list was to visit my family's old village in Guangdong Province, China.  My great grandparents emigrated to New Zealand in the early 1900s, when my paternal grandfather (my mum's dad) was 4 years old.  He and his brothers still own the original family house in the little rural village in Guangdong Province.  Our mission was to find an English-speaking guide (although I'm Chinese, I can't speak Chinese) and private car with driver, which brought us to Cherry.  We booked Cherry and her driver at the last minute (a day or two before I think) - she seemed personable and likeable through her communication.  Compared to other guides we had contacted, she wasn't all about business, she actually made an effort to be friendly and made banter during our communication, which we really liked - it meant that our day trip with her would be enjoyable too!

We had limited information which gave us most of the address of the house, but not the exact address of the house.  However, even with such limited information, Cherry and her driver (Mr Leung I think?) were brilliant and, with the help of a number of local people, managed to find the exact house!  I was ecstatic!

From Guangzhou, we drove to the town (about two hours drive away) and a guy on the street had a chat with our driver and guide for a while, then he took us to the community office, then the community office guy took us to a woodcarving shop and spoke with the woodcarver and they tried to figure out where the house was for ages.  They couldn't figure it out BUT it turned out that the woodcarver is one of my distant relatives!

Next, we followed the community office guy to the local government office, but on the way, he picked up the local government office guy and took us to the local government office which was closed because it was a Sunday.  But the local government office guy opened the local government office building for us (only in a small town - that would never happen in the city!)  He looked up the address details on the computer and found the right address (because they couldn't read the copy that I had, which is what was puzzling everyone), then we went to the village! It's still just a block of original little old houses :)

Once we got to the village we met the village manager and we found the house!  Throughout the whole day, Cherry and Mr Leung were absolutely brilliant - they did all the talking and discussing with the local people to help us find the Wong family house.  As a thank you, we shouted everyone (including the locals who helped us) lunch at a local restaurant and ate some super yummy local dishes.

Finding the Wong family village was definitely the highlight of my trip to China - even better than visiting the Great Wall of China and the Army of Terracotta Warriors.  We couldn't have done this without Cherry and Mr Leung - they were absolutely brilliant and such lovely people. Cherry is so nice and Mr Leung, although he can't speak English, was a great person to spend the day with also.  They both made our day so enjoyable and we think they really enjoyed talking to all the people in the village to find the house too!

Thank you Cherry and Mr Leung for the best private tour guide service we could have asked for!  We will definitely recommend you to any of our friends or family if they plan to visit Guangzhou :)


Guangzhou Site Seeing with Cherry Choi
Last updated:  Aug 11, 2014  Posted: Aug 11, 2014
Author:  Tea_79

Had a fabulous had day exploring Guangzhou with Cherry.
Cherry is a down to earth girl, who enjoys a joke and interested to learn more about people and their ideas. She is easy going, attentive to her client and mindful in her actions.

She grew up in Guangzhou so knows the city like the back of her hand and speaks the local Cantonese dialect. She knows the history of landmarks and can quickly make recommendations on places to visit.

Making a booking with Cherry was easy and she always replied promptly. She customized a tour on the day for me which meet my interests and most importantly my pace.

Would definitely recommend Cherry as your Guangzhou Guide !


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Taigucang Pier

Last updated: Aug 29, 2014  Posted: Aug 28, 2014
Guangdong ProvinceGuangzhouChina
Travel Tips in Guangzhou
No.124,Ge'xin Rd,Haizhu District,Guangzhou.

In the 1955-1960 years, Taigucang was the wharf within the port each operating point of Guangzhou, the production of the busiest ship to harbor the highest density, throughput largest marina; due to the large storage capacity, the cargo operation apart, Pacific warehouse also often used for storage of important materials.


Chongqing Kongliang Hot-pot Restaurant

Last updated: Aug 29, 2014  Posted: Aug 29, 2014
Guangdong ProvinceGuangzhouChina
Restaurants in Guangzhou
Dongfeng zhong Rd. 2nd Floor of Yuexiu City Plaza,Yuexiu District,Guangzhou.
65yuan per person

One of the most typical spicy hot-pot of Chongqing City,this is one of the branches in Guangzhou.

If you love the spicy food,you can't miss it.

Hope you like it.


Onelink Int'l Toys & Gifts Wholesale Market.(also called Onelink Plaza)

Last updated: Aug 08, 2014  Posted: Aug 08, 2014
Guangdong ProvinceGuangzhouChina
Shopping in Guangzhou

Onelink Plaza,a big market mostly for Office Supplies,toys,gifts,home decoration,accessories etc.

The biggest and the most Comprehensive toys&gifts Market in Guangzhou.

Wholesale and Retail.

From the ground to the 7th floor is the market,the rest floors are the offices or the showroom of the companies.


Panxi Restaurant

Last updated: Aug 08, 2014  Posted: Aug 08, 2014
Guangdong ProvinceGuangzhouChina
Restaurants in Guangzhou
No.151 Longjinxi Rd. Liwan District,Guangzhou.
40-80 Yuan per one

Panxi Restaurant,a typical cantonese garden restaurant.

It's one of the oldest restaurants in Guangzhou.

It is located in Liwan District,and next to Liwan lake Park. You can have a nice view from its backyard.

There is a lake in its backyard,you could take the boat and enjoy your food on it. To have a slow and relaxing time then.

The food there also very nice.


Foshan Ancient Nanfeng Klin  

佛山 南风古灶
Last updated: Aug 08, 2014  Posted: May 29, 2013
FoshanGuangdong ProvinceChina
Travel Tips in Foshan
Gaomiao Rd,Shiwan Town,Chancheng District,Foshan City,Guangdong,China (opposite the CITIC Market)

the Ancient Nanfeng Klin is the symbol of fine art.

the Ancient Nanfeng Klin, Doll Street, the largest pottery center in the world which is an impressive 3000 square meters and Shiwan Ceramics Museum. Here you will have the opportunity to personally produce your own ceramics. 


Yunshuiyao old town(The Knot Town)

Last updated: May 04, 2014  Posted: May 04, 2014
Fujian ProvinceZhangzhouChina
Tourist Attractions in Zhangzhou
all day
Zhangzhou old town,Fujian Province,China.
70-100 yuan per person for the entrance ticket

The Knot town is a historic ancient village, with a long and old village trail, hundred years old Banyan trees, magical Earthen, the village is Surrounded by mountains, the water is so clear as a mirro, all the things giving you a sense of the anscendent.


Canton Tower

Last updated: May 04, 2014  Posted: May 23, 2013
Guangdong ProvinceGuangzhouChina
Tourist Attractions in Guangzhou
150-300yuan per person


The Litchi Bay

Last updated: May 04, 2014  Posted: Aug 15, 2013
Guangdong ProvinceGuangzhouChina
Lychee Wan Road, Liwan District,(next to the Panxi Resturant)


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