Nansha Wetland Park makes Nansha the optimal place for bird watching in Guangzhou.
Nansha Tianhou Palace was built in honor of the sea goddess Mazu whose real name is believed to be Lin Mo (960-987).
The Sunflower Garden, which finished its construction in April 2002, is the first super-large theme garden designed in China with sunflowers as its ornamental plants.
Huangshanlu Forest Park is located in the center of Nansha, covering an area of approximately 1,200 hectares.
The park integrates three primary colors of Nansha: blue, which represents the ocean, green, which represents ecology and bronze, symbolizing the history and culture of Nansha as the ancient battlefield of the Opium War.
Nansha Children's Park is located on the east bank of the Jiaomen River with a total area of 135,000 square meters.