Dongguan

Located in the mid-south of GuangDong province and east of the Pearl River estuary, Dongguan is one of China’s industrial leaders. It is home to the world's largest shopping mall, South China Mall, and is the manufacturing base for footwear, furniture, and computer parts. An ancient city with a more than a 5,000 year history, Dongguan’s streets reflect its rich heritage and fascinating traditions. Relics like the Humen Opium Burning Pond, Shajiao and Weiyuan Fort Sites and Yingen Tower make for captivating site-seeing. Other tourist attractions not to be missed include the gorgeous Keyuan Garden, magnificent Jin Ao Zhou Pagoda and the famous Huangqi Ancient Temple.


Our hotels in Dongguan

1.92 k.m from the city centre

The Pullman Dongguan Forum is in the heart of town and just next to Qifeng Mountain. With its peaceful setting and resort-style atmosphere, you're lik...

Budget hotels

2.02 k.m from the city centre

Located in the heart of Dongguan city in the Pearl River Delta, ibis Dongguan Dongcheng features 182 modern rooms each with an ensuite bathroom, free...

Luxury hotels

23.63 k.m from the city centre

Grand Mercure Dongguan Humen located at the centre of Humen Town, Dongguan City. It is also strategicaly located between Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Zhuhai hig...

26.99 k.m from the city centre

Pullman Dongguan Changan is the only international upscale brand hotel catering for business travelers in Chang'an Town. It offers 259 spacious rooms,...

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