|Tiantang Peak |
Tiantang Peak (right) and its subpeak
|Elevation||1,210 m (3,970 ft)|
|Location||On the border between Conghua District and Longmen County, Guangdong, China|
|Parent range||Jiulian Mountains|
Tiantang Peak (simplified Chinese :天堂顶; traditional Chinese :天堂頂; pinyin :Tiāntáng Dǐng; literally: "Heavenly Peak") is the highest mountain in Guangzhou, China, with an altitude of 1,210 metre s (3,970 ft ). It lies in the northeast of Guangzhou and 80 km away from the municipal area. It is part of the Shimen National Forest Park and the border division mountain between Conghua District and Longmen County.
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