Dongguan is a prefecture-level city in focal Guangdong Province of South China. A critical mechanical city in the Pearl River Delta, Dongguan outskirts the common capital of Guangzhou toward the north, Huizhou toward the upper east, Shenzhen toward the south, and the Pearl River toward the west. It is a piece of the Pearl River Delta megacity with in excess of 44.78 million occupants at the 2010 evaluation spread more than nine districts counting Macao over a zone of 17,573 square kilometers 6,785 sq mi.
It’s organization is considered particularly dynamic in looking for outside direct investment. It is likewise home to one of the world's biggest, however generally vacant, shopping centers, the New South China Mall. Although the city is geologically and in this manner socially Cantonese in the Weitou frame and additionally socially Hakka in the prefectures of Fenggang and Qingxi, most of the cutting edge populace communicate in Mandarin because of the extensive flood of financial vagrants from different parts of China.
Although the soonest hints of a human home in the territory extend back 5,000 years, Dongguan's development as a genuine city is an ongoing marvel. In 1839, at the beginning of the First Opium War, vast amounts of seized opium were wrecked in Humen, a town that currently has a place with Dongguan. A few of the significant clashes of the war were battled around there. The city positioned thirteenth in Forbes China's posting of the most inventive terrain urban communities, and eighteenth in Foreign Policy's posting of the most unique urban communities on the planet.
Currency: Yuan Renminbi - CNY Pincode of Dongguan: 511700 Language : Standard Mandarin Weather: Summer 15°C to 26°C Winter 5°C to 15°C