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Port of Zhongshan

Port of Zhongshan
Country People's Republic of China
Location Zhongshan, Guangdong Province,
Opened 1953
Owned by People's Republic of China
Type of harbor Natural Estuary Seaport
Website of the Port of Zhongshan

The Port of Zhongshan is a natural estuary port located on the coast of Zhongshan Prefectural Level city, Guangdong, People's Republic of China. It opens into the Pearl River Delta.


Port of Zhongshan extends on the West Shore of the Pearl River Delta between Zhuhai and Guangzhou.



The Port of Zhongshan is divided into three main port areas: 东有中山港区, 北有小榄港区, 南有神湾港区 [1]

  • Zhongshan Port Area (中山港区): located to the east of the city, on the Hengmen Canal (横门水道).
  • Xiaolan Port Area (小榄港区): to the north of the city, on the Xiaolan Canal (小榄水道)
  • Shenwan Port Area (神湾港区): to the south of the city, at the mouth of the Xijiang River (西江)




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