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Dongguan, Changping intro. Economically prosperous Changping town finds itself in the prefecture-level city of Dongguan, in southeastern China's Guangdong Province. The town is beautified by its river setting and pagodas. Changping hotels are known for their widely varied accommodation, which ranges from budget hotels to multi-star extravaganzas. Part of the city's dynamism is based on it sharing a border with exciting Hong Kong. Changping's Yinxian Resort is a major amusement centre with old buildings. Nearby are the enchanting Keyuan Garden; Humen Naval Battle Museum, which is known as the site of China's best preserved battlefield; and the landmark Humen Bridge, which is a tourist destination that is plied by traffic. The Opium War Museum houses materials and relics from the Opium Wars of the mid-1800s, including old canons, a bronze statue of the opium-destroying Lin Zexu, and the place where he destroyed the opium. Changping is known for its lively nightlife based around restaurants, bars and clubs.