Hong Kong is located in south China. It's a small, compact
city with a land mass of only 1,100 square kilometers, and
a population of about 6.9 million. Hong Kong is a city of
legendary fame - it's regarded as a international city of
businesses, trading, shipping, shopping, film making, and
Hong Kong island is an open city set among natural surroundings.
The city thrives as a global center for trade, finance,
business, and communications. Hong Kong is ranked the eighth
largest trading economy in the world. Hong Kong is one of
the two Special Administrative Regions (SAR), with the other
being Macao SAR.
The main regions of Hong Kong are Hong Kong Island, Kowloon
Peninsula, and the New Territories which share boundary
with mainland China to the north. The New Territories is
the largest region of Hong Kong and it also includes 260
Hong Kong Island Travel & Tourism
Tourism has been one of Hong Kong's key industries for
decades. In 2004, 21.8 million tourists visited Hong Kong
generating over HK $91.8 billion in revenues, and in 2005,
23.3 million tourists visited Hong Kong.
Hong Kong has 18 districts that are full of excitement
and attractions such as Ocean Park, Repulse Bay, Kowloon
Park, Sha Tin, Giant Buddha, Hong Kong Disneyland, Victoria
Peak and much more. Learn more about the top Hong
Kong tourism attractions here.
(Hong Kong at Night)
Culture, heritage, and history is what sets Hong Kong apart
from the rest of Asia. The city has a unique combined flavor
of the eastern and western cultures. From captivating natural
beauty to a compact city of steel and glass skyscrapers,
Hong Kong is filled with special moments that will leave
you with treasured memories. With almost endless attractions
and things to do and see, Hong Kong is a destination that
will leave you with memories that will last a life time.