Location, location, location — Hong Kong has it good! Within easy reach of the city are some of China’s most fascinating destinations. Hong Kong is part of the Greater Bay Area, along with Macao and nine municipalities in southern China’s Guangdong Province, namely Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Huizhou, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen and Zhaoqing. The area possesses the most extensive cluster of ports and airports in the world and Hong Kong, together with the other Greater Bay Area cities, can jointly offer diversified travel experiences
Seamlessly blending Portuguese and Chinese culture, Macao is a city of both unique charm and modern luxury, exemplified by the UNESCO status of its historic centre and its sleek resorts, malls and entertainment venues.
A bastion of China’s Lingnan culture, Guangzhou has over 2,000 years of history. The ‘Flower City’ and ‘City of Rams’ has also been listed as China’s second city with the greatest change by Forbes magazine for two consecutive years.
Shenzhen’s pleasant climate and picturesque coastal and mountain scenery have turned it into an attractive travel destination, which earned a place on The New York Times’ list of the world's 31 must-visit destinations.
Zhuhai borders Macao by land and looks upon Hong Kong across the sea. Connected by the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, Zhuhai also features stunning coastlines, peaceful islands, tranquil suburbs and vast greenery.
Huizhou is well known for its mountains, hills and valleys, particularly in the north and east. The south is home to a long, meandering coastline, offering visitors plenty of charming scenic spots to explore.
Dongguan is known as ‘the world’s factory’, drawing business from around the globe, but in recent years has also become a hotspot for leisure travellers seeking romantic sea views and scenic spots full of history.
Zhongshan is the hometown of Dr Sun Yat-sen, considered one of 20th-century China’s greatest citizens. Here, you can learn more about the life and work of Dr Sun and his contributions to Chinese history.
Jiangmen is known as the hometown of countless emigrants whose descendants can be found in over a hundred countries worldwide. The city is also home to cultural treasures such as the UNESCO World Heritage Kaiping Diaolou and Villages.
Zhaoqing has abundant scenery. In the city proper are the picturesque Seven Star Crags, reflected in the waters of Star Lake. Mist shrouds the lake during the cooler months, adding to the tranquil ambience of the mountain scenery.