The capital of Guangdong Province, Guangzhou has a population of over 10 million, making it the third largest city in China after Shanghai and Beijing. It is adjacent to Hong Kong and Macau. In the era of tea clippers, Guangzhou was known in the West as "Canton". The food and the language of the area are still known as "Cantonese." The city is famous for foreign trade and business, and holds China's largest trade fair, the Canton Fair. However, in between the seemingly endless skyscrapers, shopping malls and building sites there is a lot of culture and history, and while Guangzhou is not usually high on the list of Asian tourist destinations, it is amazing how much the city actually has to offer. The scenic spots include Yuexiu Park, Temple of Six Banyan Tree, Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall and Chen Family’s Ancestral Hall. What’s more, Guangzhou is a transfer station to Hong Kong. There are several trains back and forth Hong Kong from Guangzhou.