Its main industrial products cover cane-sugar, garments, leather, paper, stationery, arts & crafts, pharmaceuticals, plastics, cement, ceramics for daily use, consumer electronics, watches, cameras, electric machinery, electronics, and communication equipments. The output value of which all stand in the forefront in China. Guangdong also holds an important place in China in the production of meat, jute and tropical crops. It has well-developed sea and ocean fishing as well as freshwater and seawater aquiculture.
Railway and shipping are Guangdong's mainstay of transport, while there's convenient highway communication. Its numerous seaports facilitate shipping.
As one of the locations of China's Special Economic Zones, and bordering on Hong Kong and Macu, Guangdong has marked advantage in utilizing overseas capital and technology and carrying out foreign economic and technical cooperation. Foreign-oriented economic structure has taken shape. Guangdon stands in the forefront in the scale of both foreign fund utilized and export earnings in China.
Due to its excellent natural and human sites and sceneries, Guangdong has advanced tourism. Among the main scenic spots and historical sites are Yuexiu Hill in Guangzhou, botanical garden of South China, Star Lake in Zhaoqin, Seven Stars Crags and Dinghu Mountain.
Major Attractions in Guangdong Province
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