Central is a district of Hong Kong Island. It is the political, administrative and financial hub and home to some fantastic skyscrapers and Victoria Peak.
Hong Kong (香港 Heūng góng in Cantonese, meaning fragrant harbour) is a place with multiple personalities; the population is mainly Cantonese Chinese but British influence is quite visible. It is a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from places as diverse as Vietnam and Vancouver and proudly proclaims itself to be Asia's World City.
The Eastern district in Hong Kong Island is not as full of attractions as neighbouring Central, although Wan Chai is known for its nightlife and Causeway Bay for an unforgettable shopping experience.
Lamma Island (Chinese: 南丫島), also known as Pok Liu Chau (Chinese: 博寮洲) or simply Pok Liu (Chinese: 博寮), is the third largest island in Hong Kong.
The Southern District (南區) is the southern part of Hong Kong island.
Cheung Chau (長洲 Chèuhng Jāu) is in the Outlying Islands of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong International Airport (), also known as Chek Lap Kok Airport (after the island upon which the airport sits), is located just off Lantau Island in the west of Hong Kong. Designed by Sir Norman Foster, the airport opened in July 1998 and has since been named "World's Best Airport" by Skytrax eight times.
Shenzhen (深圳; Shēnzhèn in Mandarin, Sāmjan in Cantonese) is one of the most populous and richest cities in China. It is situated in Guangdong, China on the Hong Kong border about 40 km north of Hong Kong Central and approximately 100 km south of Guangzhou.
The Pearl River Delta (or PRD) is in Guangdong province, China. It is a bustling region with massive manufacturing and trade; most of it is heavily built up and densely populated.
Cotai, also known as the Cotai Strip, (路氹 - Lou Tam in Cantonese, Lu Tan in Mandarin) is in the rather unimaginative name given to the reclaimed land between what used to be Taipa and Coloane islands in China's Special Administrative Region of Macau, coined out of the contraction of Coloane and Taipa.
Zhuhai (珠海; Zhūhǎi in Mandarin, Jyūhói in Cantonese) is the name of a city, and Special Economic Zone (SEZ), in Guangdong Province, China. The name means Pearl Sea; Zhuhai is where the Pearl River (珠江; Zhūjiāng) flows into the South China Sea (南海 Nánhǎi).
Macau (also spelled Macao, 澳門, Oumùhn in Cantonese, Àomén in Mandarin) is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China and one of the world's most densely populated spots. Located across the Pearl River estuary from Hong Kong, Macau was a colony and later overseas territory of Portugal until 1999.
Xijiang (西江) is a village in Eastern Guizhou, known as the largest Miao village in China. It bears the title 'thousand household village' (千户苗寨) and has a little over a thousand residential dwellings, which amounts to a population of over 5000, of which 99.
Houjie Town(厚街，Mandarin: HòuJīe) is a town in Dongguan City, China, on the east bank of the Pearl River. It has a permanent population of 93000, and more than 400000 as a temporary population.
Zhongshan (中山; Zhōngshān) is a city in Guangdong Province in China, located just north of Zhuhai.
Dongguan (东莞 Dōngguǎn) is in Guangdong Province in China, about 100 km from Hong Kong.
Shunde (顺德; Shùndé) is a city near Foshan, in Guangdong Province in China.
Zengcheng (增城; Zēngchéng) is a city in Guangdong Province. It falls under the administration of Guangzhou.
Guangzhou (广州; Gwóngjāu in Cantonese, Guǎngzhōu in Mandarin, traditional name: Canton) is the capital of Guangdong Province in southern China.
Taishan (台山; Táishān; Cantonese pronunciation toisan; local pronunciation hoisan) is a city in Guangdong Province in China. It falls under the administration of Jiangmen Prefecture.
Kaiping (开平: Kāipíng) is a city of about 700,000 in the Pearl River Delta region of Guangdong Province in China. It falls under the administration of Jiangmen and is famous for its castle-like dwellings built by overseas Chinese in a mixure of western and eastern style.