CHAOZHOU INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS TRADING CENTER
2013 Chaozhou International Ceramics Fair,Best Ceramics Review from China Manufactures
Chaozhou International Ceramics Fair will be held from Oct. 29th to Nov.2nd, 2013 in Chouzhou City by the local government, with the purpose of further development of domestic and foreign ceramics...
Postcode:521000 Opened :2010 Number of rooms:207 Redecorated: 2015The Chaozhou Baohua Hotel (Chaozhou Baohua Jiudian) is located near People's Square in the heart of the city. Chaozhou Railway Station is just 5 km (3 mi) away. Hungry guests can dine on site where they can enjoy both Chinese and...
Postcode:515638 Opened :1995 Number of rooms:140 Redecorated: 2012
The Annan Hotel (Annan Dajiudian) is located near Chao’an Bus Station at the entrance of Annan Road.
Guests dining on-site can enjoy both Chinese and Western cuisine.
Business travelers can make the most of room...
Postcode:515638 Opened :2006 Number of rooms:228 Redecorated: 2014
The Shengle Hotel (Shengle Dajiudian) is located in Anbu Town, around 40 minutes from Chaozhou Railway Station by car. Guests can enjoy both Chinese and Western cuisine at the hotel's restaurants. Those traveling on...
Chaozhou Guest Hotel
Postcode:521000 Opened :1998 Number of rooms:120 Redecorated: 2003
The Chaozhou Guest Hotel (Chaozhou Yinbinguan) is the city's most famous garden-style hotel, its 166 guestrooms all elegantly decorated and outfitted with modern facilities. Recreational and leisure facilities include a...
Harbour Plaza Hotel & Resorts
Postcode:515638 Opened :1996 Number of rooms:100 Redecorated: 2012
The Harbour Plaza Hotel & Resorts (Chaozhou Haiyi Dajiudian) is about 45-minute drive to the Chaozhou city urban area, a historical and cultural city. The Chaozhou Railway Station is 45-minutes from the hotel.
We Are What We Eat – what our favourite plate of Teochew or-luak tells us about our history
A popular dish for Teochews both in Swatow and overseas is the traditional Teochew oyster omelette or-luak 蠔烙 (literally “pan-fried oysters”). It is simple to prepare, delightful to eat, and certainly needs no introduction