Hong Kong and Macau|
They are Special Economic Zones located in Guangdong’s coast close to Guangzhou, reincorporated to China in the last decade. Both cities are modern and important tourist places, but with different features.
Hong Kong is one of the world’s main business centers. Its island is an assorted combination of high skyscrapers, colonial buildings and antique temples.
The Central of the city is the best place to shopping and entertainment, which includes enjoyable sport-recreation tours and night tours, like a dinner cruise and a streetcar tour with cocktails served among others.
Its oldest Chinese temple is Man Mo Temple. Other attractive places are Victoria Peak, which offers an exceptional panorama of the seaboard; St John’s Cathedral, a former Christian church; and the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware. It is also very famous the Star ferry to the Kowloon Peninsula.
As a commercial hub, Hong Kong is provided with several luxury hotels, convention and exhibition centers, modern transportation systems and service of great quality as well as beautiful bays and harbors, especially at Aberdeen Harbor.
Macau is a city which conserves alive many of its antique history. An amazing combination of Chinese and European customs can be seen everywhere. Some of the most celebrated places are the buddhist A-Ma Temple, the observatory Guia Fortress and the Ruins of the Christian church St. Paul's.
But Macau is worldwide recognized for its casinos. The city boasts the best places for entertainment, especially during nights. Other places to enjoy are the…