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  Dongguan is recognized by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) as an "International Garden City". There are ecological conservation zones that cover thousands of square kilometers. The beautiful environment and the harmonious ecology make the city an ideal place to live and work in. With a forest coverage rate of 37.4%, Dongguan possesses ten major forest parks, five major natural reserves, thirteen wetland parks, 1,071 parks and squares and 923.5 kilometres of greenways. The public green area per capital in the urban areas reaches 16.6 square metres and all of the ten major forest parks are open to the public for free.
   As one of China’s Best Tourist Cities, Dongguan has abundant tourism resources encompassing national 4A scenic areas and spots such as the Opium War Museum, Songshan Lake, National Forest Park of Guanyin Mountain, Amazing World of South China Mall and Dongguan Science and Technology Museum, historical relics and attractions including China’s Historical and Cultural Village Nanshe, ancient architectural complex from Ming and Qing dynasties in Tangwei and Ying’enmen City-gate Tower, and the newly developed tourist spots such as Guanhe Museum and China Architecture Ceramic Museum. The Fog & Rain in Songshan Lake, Glory & Hope of Dongguan Avenue, Gem & Delight in Central Square, History & Future of Humen Bridge, Greens & Health in Huying Park, Season & Fragrance in Banling, Lotus & Egret in Lianhua Hill and Ripple & Moonlight in Jinsha are the top eight sights of Dongguan, which are the fabulous namecards of the tourist city. At present, Dongguan strives to develop ten major tourist projects associated with exhibition, sports, villages, ecology, waterways, heritages, culture, industry, healthcare and leisure respectively, aiming to be an international destination for both business and leisure.

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