The looming Guangzhou IFC is the largest structure in South China, and amongst the 10 largest in the world. Towering 103 stories above the central business district below, the IFC has been awarded the Best Tall Building Award for the Asia & Australasia Region by the Council on Tall Buildings & Urban Habitat for its outstanding design and construction.
Situated in the heart of the Pearl River Business District, this world renowned building offers stunning views across the Zhujiang River and boasts an impressive tenant list of fortune 500 companies including law firms and major international corporations. In addition to being surrounded by five star hotels, Four Seasons Hotel occupies the top 33 levels of the IFC building itself. Other features of this location include, indoor mall, MRT station and a collection of the finest restaurants serving a myriad of dishes from around the world.
As a beacon of urban dynamics, prosperity and cutting edge technology, the award winning IFC Guangzhou is a must for anyone looking to do business in this thriving city!
Only 40 minutes drive from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.
Take Subway Line 3 or 5 and alight at Zhujiang New Town, take Exit G
There are many buses to Guangzhou IFC: 20, 40, 293, 886, 777, 778
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