a modern and fascinating museum which features a local king at a time when Guangdong was adopting Han Chinese culture as imported a generation earlier by Qin Shihuangdi.
The tomb is in the middle of town, easy to reach and has a nice shop. In addition, when you first enter - there is a Chinese art exhibit. Currently it's Tang-era pottery.
The tomb itself is up at the top of the building and beyond the tomb is the really best part - the actual treasures found in the tomb itself including the king's burial shroud of jade.
The museum is new, modern and well worth the visit. Admission is inexpensive.
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