Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is a territory with complete autonomy located in southeastern China. Once a British colony, sovereignty was given to the Chinese Special Administrative Region in 1997. Hong Kong is the fourth most populated area in the world, is an important port, and global financial power. The business district, Central, is where the Bank of China (BOC Tower) is located and was the first supertall skyscraper outside the US. The International Commerce Center is currently the 10th tallest tower in the world and offers incredible panoramic views of the harbor from the Sky100 observation deck. Furthermore, the building contains the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong and the Elements Mall. The Western district is where the antique shop-lined Hollywood Road is. Man Mo Temple resides here as well. Victoria Peak has tram rides that give full, expansive views. There are boat rides from Victora Harbor to the Kowloon Peninsula. Lantau's Tian Tan Buddha is popular with tourists along with Lamma's alluring bohemian beaches. The country's GPS coordinates address is latitude 22.396428 and logitude 22.396428. [Map of Hong Kong].

Discover and explore Hong Kong. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Hong Kong helps you learn about the cities, natural attractions, and Hong Kong Chinese culture.

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