Originally a sparsely populated area of farming and fishing villages, Hongkong has become one of the world’s most significant financial centres and commercial ports.It is the world’s tenth-largest exporter and ninth-largest importer.
Hong Kong has the world’s largest number of skyscrapers, with 317 towers taller than 150 metres (490 ft),and the third-largest number of high-rise buildings in the world.
Food in Hong Kong is based on Cantonese cuisine, despite the territory’s exposure to foreign influences and its residents’ varied origins. Rice is the staple food, and is usually served plain with other dishes. Freshness of ingredients is emphasised. Poultry and seafood are commonly sold live at wet markets, and ingredients are used as quickly as possible.
Hong Kong has a humid subtropical climate, characteristic of southern China. Summer is hot and humid, with occasional showers and thunderstorms and warm air from the southwest.
Clark International Airport (CIA)
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