Hong Kong is a short hop away from the beaches of South East Asia and is also the gateway to China. As such if you are planning to stay for longer than the duration of the convention, we highly recommend you visit Mainland China or any of the countries in South East Asia.
Shenzhen (Chinese: 深圳) is a major city in Guangdong Province, China, situated immediately north of Hong Kong. Just a few decades ago known as market town called Sham Chun Hui (深圳墟, literally Shenzhen Market) which the Kowloon-Canton Railway passed through, Shenzhen's modern cityscape is the result of its robust economic growth made possible by rapid foreign investment due to the implementation of the "reform and opening" policy leading to the establishment of the SEZ in late 1979. Significant sums have been invested into the SEZ by both Chinese citizens and foreign nationals alike. More than US$30 billion in foreign investment has gone into both foreign-owned and joint ventures, at first mainly in manufacturing but more recently in the service industries as well. Shenzhen was one of the fastest-growing cities in the world during the 1990s and the 2000s.
"Yunnan" (Chinese: 雲南) which translates to "the South of Clouds", is very much as beautiful as its name. The province in southern China borders the countries of Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam, and is home to many beautiful mountains and rivers. Owing to its high elevation, comparatively level expanse of land and plateau, Yunnan has a fairly mild climate compared to the rest of China, which is perfect for travellers.
Culturally diverse and ethnically rich, Yunnan is one of China's most fascinating regions. Colloquially known as "the Kingdom of Wildlife" "the Kingdom of Animals" "the Kingdom of Plants" and "the Kingdom of Nonferrous Metals"; no place in China offers quite as much geographical and cultural diversity as Yunnan!
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Guilin (Chinese: 桂林) is a prefecture-level city in the northeast of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, situated on the west bank of the Li River, and bordering Hunan to the north. Its name translates to "Forest of Sweet Osmanthus", owing to the large number of fragrant Sweet Osmanthus trees located in the city. The city has long been renowned for its scenery of karst topography and is one of China's most popular tourist destinations.