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Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China, known for its skyscrapers, bustling streets, and delicious food. It is a major global financial center and a popular tourist destination that attracts visitors from all over the world.

One of the most iconic attractions in Hong Kong is Victoria Peak, a mountain on Hong Kong Island that offers panoramic views of the city and the harbor. Visitors can take the famous Peak Tram to the summit, or hike to the top for a more challenging experience.

Another popular destination in Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Disneyland, a theme park located on Lantau Island. Visitors can enjoy a variety of rides, shows, and attractions inspired by Disney's famous characters.

Hong Kong is also known for its delicious food, visitors can find a wide variety of cuisines, from Cantonese dim sum to international fast food. Some popular dishes include roast pork, dumplings, and noodles.

Hong Kong is also famous for its shopping, it is a shopper's paradise, visitors can find everything from luxury brands to street markets. Some popular shopping destinations include Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok.

Hong Kong is a city that offers a wide variety of attractions for visitors to enjoy. From its stunning skyline, theme parks, delicious food and excellent shopping, there is something for everyone in Hong Kong. The city is a unique blend of Chinese and Western culture and offers a truly memorable experience.

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Hong Kong) is a city and (like Macau) a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. The area consists of 236 islands with a total area of 1,104 km² and borders the South China Sea. 7,249,907 (2020) people live there.

The name Hong Kong is derived from the pronunciation of the area in the local Cantonese dialect. Originally this was just the name of a settlement on the site of the current Aberdeen district. Its origin is unknown, although historians suggest that the name derives from the fragrant frankincense trade that took place in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is a 'young' metropolis by Asian standards and a large modern city. The city has now grown attached to, and is part of, the agglomeration around Guangzhou: the Pearl River Delta — with 62 million inhabitants, the largest metropolitan region in the world. As of 2022, John Lee Ka-chiu heads the executive branch in Hong Kong as Chief Executive.

Hong Kong has a total area of 1107 km².[8] It consists of the island of the same name east of the Pearl River of 78 km², the Kowloon Peninsula (Mandarin: Jiulong, Nine Dragons) with an area of almost 47 km² and the New Territories with an area of 979 km². The New Territories consist of the area north of Kowloon bordering mainland China and 235 islands, most of which are uninhabited. Lantau Island is the largest island at 147 km², followed by Hong Kong Island. Since 1887, Hong Kong has expanded by 71 km² through land reclamation.

Hong Kong is often described as a place where 'East meets West', reflecting the mix of culture through the territory's Chinese roots and influences from its time as a British colony. Hong Kong balances a modernized way of life with traditional Chinese practices. Concepts such as Feng Shui are taken very seriously, experts in such areas are often hired for expensive construction projects. Other objects, such as trigrams, are still regularly used to ward off evil spirits, and buildings often lack any floor that has the number 4, due to its resemblance to the word for "to die" in Cantonese and Mandarin. The fusion of east and west also characterizes Hong Kong's cuisine, where dim sum, hot pot and fast food outlets merge with haute cuisine.

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