Greater Bay Area: Travel & Lifestylei

The "Greater Bay Area" refers to the Chinese government's scheme to link the cities of Hong Kong, Macau, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Zhongshan, Dongguan, Huizhou, Jiangmen and Zhaoqing into an integrated economic and business hub.

  • Guangdong Times Museum, in Guangzhou, was at the centre of the Chinese contemporary art scene when its funding dried up in 2022. Two years on, it’s reopening
  • The relaunch, which will coincide with Art Basel Hong Kong, was made possible by a fundraising auction in January of original works provided by artists

Moordn Art Fair, created to tap Chinese metropolis Guangzhou’s potential as a market for art, drew a crowd in its first in-person iteration, but slow sales left some gallerists unsure if they’ll return.


How do you get a visa to Shenzhen? How do you pay for everything without cash? Everything you need to know, download and use before, during and after entering the Chinese city from Hong Kong.

While most countries in Asia have now dropped Covid-19 entry requirements, as of August 2023, mainland China, Myanmar and Iran are holding out. Here are their respective rules.

Several Hong Kong art lovers made a recent trip to Midea’s headquarters in China because of the double appeal of a Roni Horn art retrospective held in the Tadao Ando-designed He Art Museum.

Four major Hong Kong insurers including the local units of Ping An and China Taiping plan to introduce a new ‘one-stop’ motor insurance policy covering the city and Greater Bay Area as they expect cross-border traffic to surge under a forthcoming easing of travel quotas.


Feasibility studies under way with race subject to government approval, but first edition of event will take place in Hong Kong, with Zhuhai and Macau added in future.