Hong-Kong is located on the South coast of China at about 60km to the East of Macau on the opposite site of the Pearl River Delta. The region of Hong-Kong is surrounded by the South China Sea on the East, South and West bordering the Guangdong city of Shenzhen to the North of the Shenzhen River.
The region is particularly renowned for its expansive skyline and deep natural harbor. Situated just in the south of the Tropic of Cancer, Hong-Kong experiences a humid subtropical climate with hot and humid summers with some occasional showers and thunderstorms and good warm air coming from the southwest.
In the city, you can visit the most popular places like the Hong-Kong Museum of Arts, the Middle Kingdom, the Ten Thousand Buddha Monastery (Sha Tin).
At night, Hong Kong’s “Symphony of Lights,” glows along the waterfront, making it even more spectacular. The best place to view the light show is along the Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront promenade or aboard a yacht in Victoria Harbor.
Hong-Kong is also considered to be a renowned yacht charter destination in the Southeast Asian coasts.
You can also from the Central district’s Queen’s pier or at Tsim Sha Tsui’s Kowloon Public Pier and cruise past the spectacular city skyscrapers, Tsing Ma Bridge, which is the world’s longest suspension bridge, where you will have a perfect view of the outlying islands and country parks.
Sailing further, you will discover the Cheung Chau Island which is a quaint and thriving fishing area.
Lantau Island is worth a visit during a yacht charter cruise in Hong-Kong, you will discover some exhilarating mountain walks, wonderful beaches and the famous giant Buddha sitting high on a plateau.
Lamma Island is also an interesting yacht charter destination in the region of Hong-Kong. The island hosts several outdoors activities like swimming and hiking.