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Dongguan Transportation

Dongguan, which borders Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Huizhou and the Pearl River, is an important midway point between Guangzhou and Hong Kong by road or waterway. It now plays a vital role in the communication line between Guangzhou and Hong Kong as well as with the cities lying along the Pearl River.

The City's rapidly developing economy is matched by the development of its transportation infrastructure, a result of careful planning. Many railways, including the Guangzhou-Kowloon Railway, Guangzhou-Meizhou-Shantou Railway and Beijing-Kowloon Railway, pass through Dongguan.

In addition, since 27% of Dongguan is water, travelers can reach the city by ferry or over suspension bridges like Humen Pearl River Bridge. The Dongguan Bus Station offers long-distance bus services to almost all parts of China.

By plane
The Pearl River Delta has one of the largest concentrations of international airports in the world, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong.

The Shenzhen Airport is also about an hour from the center city but much closer to some Dongguan towns, especially Chang'an and Humen. The Hong Kong airport can be reached by buses that depart on regular schedules from hotels across Dongguan. It is also accessible by a special ferry from Dongguan's Humen town that connects directly to the inernational flights area of the airport.

The Guangzhou airport is just over an hour from the Dongguan city center. There is a shuttle bus to the Dongguan airport check-in station at the South China Mall in Wanjiang. Also, there is Intercity Bus at Baiyun Airport. And the pick up port:Gate A9 of the Arrival Hall and South China International Auto Parts City of Dalang Town.

By train
The local railway station is located on Shangkeng Street of Changping Town which is to the east of city area.About 60 trains stop here each day. Currently, there are about six local railway stations, two of which are located in Changping Town, taking the main passenger transportation of the city.

There are frequent trains to Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Kowloon from here. The Eastern Station is located at the City Development Area of Maiyuan Village, Changping Town. Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, Hangzhou, Guilin and about 15 other large and mid-size cities of China can be reached from this station.

By bus
If you are traveling from another part of China, you can also travel to Dongguan by bus, most major cities in China will have bus routes to the Dongguan Main Bus Station in Nancheng. There buses to several bus stations in Dongguan from the main Luohu border crossing bus terminal, so be careful that you choose the correct one.

The Eastern Bus Station: Foshan, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Zhuhai of Guangdong Province can be reached from here. Long-distance busses to Hainan, Fujian, Guizhou, Henan, Guangxi, Hunan, Yunnan and Jiangxi provinces also can be taken here. You can take city-buses C1 and K1 to get to the bus station.

The General Bus Terminal: Fujian, Guangxi, Hubei, Hunan, Sichuan, Hainan, Huizhou and Jiangxi provinces and the other cities of Guangdong Province, such as Guangzhou every 15 minutes, Shenzhen about every half an hour, Zhuhai and Foshan can be reached from here. The station can be reached by busses C2, K1 and K2.

Nancheng Bus Station: Provinces in China, for example, Fujian, Hainan, Henan, Guizhou, Hubei, Guangxi, are available from this station. Foshan and Guangzhou of Guangdong Province and Macao also are served by busses from here. City busses C3, K4 and K5 can take you to the station.

By boat
One of the less used ways to get to Dongguan from Hong Kong is by ferry. This allows you to avoid the queues at the busy customs checkpoints on the border between Hong Kong and mainland China.