It belongs to the natural village of Chikan Town, Kaiping. The houses in the village are all built by overseas Chinese living in Canada. So it is called Canadian Village. It has formed a complex of Chinese and Western buildings, a beautiful and affluent small village.
The Canadian village, formerly known as Yaohuafang, was founded in 1923 and was named for its construction funded by overseas Chinese in Canada. There are five Lus in the village: Junlu, Anlu, Yaodong Julu, Chunlu and Yulu. They are Huade Tower, Guolu Tower, Guogen Tower and Chunlu Tower.
The Canadian village, formerly called Yaohuafang, was built by overseas Chinese living in Canada. Later, it was called Canadian village.
Watchtower at Canadian village entrance. In Chikan, because many overseas Chinese are concentrated in a certain country and return home to build houses, the village is called "Canadian Village", "American Village" and so on. Guan Guonuan's former residence is now the Overseas Chinese Museum. The abandoned old church has been broken and disfigured.
It was named after a large number of immigrants to Canada.
There are many Western-style buildings here. The pictures are very beautiful.
Free attractions. No village. It's good to take pictures. It's boring to play.