Administrative Division
CreateDate:2019.11.19

Jiangmen at present has jurisdiction over the three districts of Pengjiang, Jianghai, and Xinhui, as well as the four county-level cities of Taishan, Kaiping, Heshan, and Enping. The whole region is popularly known as Wuyi, meaning “five counties.”

Pengjiang District

Pengjiang district is the political, economic and cultural center of our city and has a land area of 321.97 km2 and a registered resident population of about 764,600.


Jianghai District

Jianghai District is situated in the southeastern region of Jiangmen City with a land area of 109.16 km² and a registered resident population of about 271,600.


Xinhui District

Xinhui District is located in the southwestern region of Jiangmen. It is a famous cultural city in Guangdong and during the Sui and Tang Dynasties, it was called Gangzhou. In 1992, its status was changed from county to city, and in 2002, it became a district of Jiangmen City. It has a land area of1354.71 km² and a registered resident population of 874,500.


Taishan City

Taishan was originally called Xin-Ning County and was first established in 1499 (the twelfth year of the Hongzhi Reign period of the Ming Dynasty). In 1914, it was renamed Taishan County, and in 1992, it was elevated to a city. It has a land area of 3287.8 km² and a registered resident population of 953,400.


Kaiping City

Kaiping was first established as a county in 1649 (the sixth year of the Shunzhi Reign period of the Qing Dynasty), and in 1993, its status was changed to city. It has a land area of 1656.94 km² and a registered resident population of 715,400.


Heshan City

Heshan was first established as a county in 1732 (the tenth year of the Yongzheng Reign period of the Qing Dynasty), and in 1958, it was combined with Gaoming Country to form Gaohe County. In 1981, it was separated from Gaoming and became Heshan County again. In 1993, it was granted the status of a city. It now has a land area of1082.73 km² and a registered resident population of 511,500.


Enping City

Enping was first established as a county in 220 (the 25th year of the Jianan Reign period of the Eastern Han Dynasty), and in 1994, it was elevated from county to city. It has a land area of 1693.6 km² and a registered resident population of 507,200.

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