贵港市Gveigangj Si
Prefecture-level city

Guigang in 2013. Jiefang Road (解放路)

Location of Guigang City jurisdiction in Guangxi

Location in China

Coordinates: 23°05′46″N 109°36′33″E / 23.09611°N 109.60917°E / 23.09611; 109.60917
Country People's Republic of China
Region Guangxi
  Total 10,595 km2 (4,091 sq mi)
Elevation 45 m (147 ft)
Population (2004)
  Total 4,400,000
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Postal code 537100
Area code(s) 0775
Licence plate prefixes R

Guigang (simplified Chinese: 贵港; traditional Chinese: 貴港; pinyin: Guìgǎng; literally: "Distinguished Harbor"; Zhuang: Gveigangj) is a prefecture-level city in eastern Guangxi in the People's Republic of China. Prior to 1988, it was known as Gui County or Guixian (simplified Chinese: 贵县; traditional Chinese: 貴縣; pinyin: Guìxiàn).

Geography and climate

Guigang is located in eastern Guangxi. It is located between Guangxi's five major cities: Nanning, Guilin, Liuzhou, Beihai, and Wuzhou. Its location makes it a major transportation and business hub, connecting central China with the south, especially Hong Kong and Macau. Guigang has a rail line, several major highways, an expressway, and most importantly a large port on the Xi River, its direct connection to the Pearl River Delta. The area is 10,595 km2 (4,091 sq mi).

Climate is sub-tropical and monsoonal with an annual mean temperature of 21 °C (70 °F). Annual precipitation is 1,428 mm (56.2 in).


Guigang has 1 county-level city, 3 urban districts, and 1 counties.


County-level city:




Guigang's population is 4,400,000, mainly Cantonese Chinese along with a number of minority tribes.


1998 GDP was 10 billion RMB, 7% growth over the previous year. Transportation, shipping, and logistics are a vital part of Guigang's economy. More than 10 million tons of goods pass through its ports in one year. Major industries include chemical manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, metallurgy, tannery, textiles, printing, and food stuffs. Agriculture is also important with major crops including cereals such as rice and corn, sugar, medicinal herbs, tobacco, tea, lotus root, and green vegetables.

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