Guangzhou Metro Museum. The large museum spreads over three floors, displaying various themes. Basement: geological structures and metro construction tools. First floor: vintage models of old transportation modes such as rickshaws, bicycles and sedan chairs, world metro systems. Second floor: simulated cabs and a “metro staff role playing” area for children. Since 2016. Location: A building next to a shopping mall. Address: Tower C, podium, Haizhu District. At Wan Shengwei station (lines 4, 8), exit A metro station. Hours (check before visiting): Tue-Fri 10am to 4pm, Sat+Sun 9am to 5pm. Admission: free. Reference: gzmtr.com (official website). lifeofguangzhou.com, kelvinhayesofficial.wordpress.com.
"[Dong-dong] Xia4yi2zhan4" (Mandarin) – "Haa6Yat1Zaan6" (Cantonese) – "The next station is [name]" (English). "Qu4wang3 [station name and major attractions] de4 cheng2ke4, qin2 zhun2bei4", which means "Passengers for [name and attractions], please be prepared (for alighting)". – "Xia4che1shi2, Qing2xiao3xin1 lie4che4 yu3 zhan4tai2 zhi1jian1de4 kong1xi1", which means "Please mind the platform gap between the train and the platform when alighting". – "Chu4za2shi2, chi2 dan1cheng2piao4 de4 cheng3ke4, qing2jiang1 cheng2piao4 zhi2jie1 tou2ru4 zha3ji1 de4 hui2sou1kou2", which means "Passengers holding single-ride tickets, please put your tickets into the barriers when you are leaving."