Hong Kong is one of the Asia’s most dynamic city. It is a sophisticated metropolis of more than 6 million people sharing an area of about 1,100 square kilometres.
Hong Kong’s geographical location as a gateway between the West and East has made it an attractive point for international trade. Due to its strategic position, the heart of Asia’s world city has always been the charming and bustling Victoria Harbour. Hong Kong Island sitting at the south of the harbour, while the Kowloon Peninsula forms its northern shores. The New Territories, which stretch all the way to Mainland China, lies the Kowloon which is at the northen part of Hong Kong, including Lantau Island, where Hong Kong International Airport is situated.
When most people think of Hong Kong, they think of Victoria Harbour, with her red sailed junks gliding past modern high rise buildings, the Triad Secret Societies, Kung Fu movies, and of crowded and noisy streets with soaring skyscrapers.
Climate of Hong Kong
Subtropical, Hong Kong enjoys seasonal weather changes.
Spring – March to mid-May (18-27oC,64-80o F)
Summer – late-May to mid-September (26-33oC,79-91o F)
Autumn – late-September to early December (18-28oC,64-82o F)
Winter – mid-December to February (14-20oC,57-68o F)