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Dongguan Things to Do

  • Crap River

    I thought rivers surrounding NYC had their problems. Nitrogen levels are always surpassing where they should be making it nearly inhabitable under the surface for the fishies. Though the pollution does exist in NY there is hardly a time the pollution is as visible as I saw in Donguan. The moseying of silver tinted water passes through islands of...

  • Eat!!!

    Haha, okay.. some people might say the food in China is pretty oily (I felt that initially) but some restaurants serve really delicious Chinese cuisine and you can easily spot different types of chinese cusine of different provinces in Dongguan. For example, you can restaurant selling Peking Duck and restaurant selling Jiangsu dishes all in the...

  • Shopping in Houjie

    Opposite the Sheraton Hotel in Houjie has stretches of streets with alot of shops and boutiques (not those high class but mid range ones) and of course alot of restaurants that sell really delicious food. So one can start with dinner at 7pm and proceed to shopping with sports shop like NIKE and ADDIDAS, then you can settle at a foot reflexology...

  • Qi Feng Shan

    You can experience some mountain climbing over here (however, it is relatively a small mountain) which will take up and down about 45 mins leisurely in total.And for one like me that has never played with fire crackers before, this is the place when you could visit as there will be an area for one to light the fire crackers.There is also parks for...

  • Foot Reflexology

    One of the most common activity in Dongguan is Foot Reflexology or what they called "Mu Zu" -- literally wash feet. Operating hours is almost 20 hours and over everyday from what I know is, 8am till 4am daily. It is not difficult to find one in Dongguan.The fees is around RMB35 for 70 minutes (less than USD5) with very relaxing foot massage that...

  • Chinese massage

    My girlfriend and I decided to get a Chinese massage at the Garden Hotel. It is the most luxurious hotel in our town and we felt that we deserved to spoil ourselves. We each paid 140 yuan for an hour and a half massage. They let us have a hot shower with the best water pressure I have felt in months. After we put on special robes and laid down in a...


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Dongguan Restaurants

  • a must-go-back resto!

    a fusion of east and west cuisine, amid a chic, interesting interior. they have a few things for vegetarians - the wheat gluten rice (RMB20), a healthy serving of rice with bean curd, gluten and mushroom in gravy. comes with lettuce salad and soup (they used chicken broth though, so remember to tell the waitress to omit use vege stock instead) love...

  • yummy curry

    the ambience is typical chinese resto - big, round tables, red and gold color, chinese decors. they have beancurd for vegetarians and the veggie curry which is good for 3-4 ppl. it doesnt come with rice though so u have to order for one. curry costs around 28RMB + rice at 3RMB = a yummy curry meal thats not so heavy in the pocket. drinks are from...

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Dongguan Nightlife

  • by jjcakey Written Aug 23, 2007

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    There is a English Pub in Dongguan, Guangdong, China.
    It is called "One for the Road".
    They have 7 draught beers on tap (5 of which are imported from England & Ireland),as well as a wide selection of bottled beers.

    The food menu is traditional English pub grub which makes One for the Road not only one of the top Dongguan Bars, but also a favourite eating haunt for the expats in Dongguan.

    One for the Road is also known for screening all major sporting events.

    For more information look up their website

    Dress Code: casual dress

    Beer Garden Entrance to Pub Girls chit chat Boys drinking lucky lad havin fun
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    • Beer Tasting
    • Wine Tasting
    • Business Travel

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Dongguan Transportation

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    by Applefool Written Sep 4, 2006

    Ok, I encourage taxi than other transport in Dongguan as it is reasonably cheap and safer.

    Its is better to always ask the driver to go by meter (unless you know the place well and know roughly the fares to get to the place). In fact alot cab drivers go by meter within the city (unless you really look like a carrot).

    The fare starts from RMB7.00 upon boarding and jump RMB1.00 every say 5 lamposts. A rough guide would be: 8 mins smooth drive costs RMB13-15.00 (less than USD2.00).

    Overall, it is convenient (you can easily get a cab on the road); safer and reasonably cheap.

    And my personal preference: Take the green cab instead the red ones. Green cabs are more spacious and they usually maintain their vehicle. ^.^

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Dongguan Sports & Outdoors

  • Wakeboarding in Dongguan

    wakeboard is a very popular sport around the Guangdong area, and you can find different spots around the city of Dongguan.I don't have any particular contact or locations to give, but this is the place you should check out if your'e nearby and eager to have some water fun ! everything is available on site, from equipment to hotel rooms and...

  • bowling anyone?

    If you're in a town that's far away from everything, a bowling place is like a gift from above. And this is why it's so represents one of the few sports facilities available in Fenggang, Dongguan. i mean, bowling IS a sport, right? you can rent bowling shoes here. dont forget to wear socks. rental plus game fee is around RMB15/game.

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

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  • Apr 22, 2013 at 6:24 AM

    Be careful with Kaever Hotel in 66 Zhenxing South Road. They have a policy to shut down the air con from midnight and stay shut at least through 8 in the morning. You may want to consider other options if you visit the city in the summer.

    Despite clear warning sign requiring the fire exit door to stay shut, the one on my floor was never shut during my stay.

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