Huiji District


Location in China

Coordinates: 34°51′57.03″N 113°36′46.47″E / 34.8658417°N 113.6129083°E / 34.8658417; 113.6129083Coordinates: 34°51′57.03″N 113°36′46.47″E / 34.8658417°N 113.6129083°E / 34.8658417; 113.6129083
Country China
Province Henan
Prefecture Zhengzhou
  Total 232.8 km2 (89.9 sq mi)
Population (2010)
  Total 269,561
  Density 1,200/km2 (3,000/sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Postal code 450053
Area code(s) 0371

Huiji District (Chinese: 惠济区; Pinyin: Hùijì Qū), formerly Mangshan District (邙山区), is a district of Zhengzhou, Henan, China.

Located south of the Yellow River and north of Zhongyuan and Jinshui, much of Huiji lies outside Zhengzhou's urban area and is overall still an agricultural area, though many upper-class villas and townhouse complex are located here due to its relatively pristine environment. It has an area of and a population of 232.8 square kilometers and a population of 269,561, making it Zhengzhou's least densely populated district.

There are many tourist attractions located just south of the Yellow River, including Mount Mang, Huayuankou, Fujing Ecological Garden, Dahe village, and the Yellow River Wetland Protected Area, as well as the proposed Zhengzhou Wildlife Park.

Administrative divisions

Huiji has six subdistricts and two towns:[1]


  1. "Profile of Huiji District" (in Chinese). Archived from the original on 2008-06-06. Retrieved 2008-06-17.
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