People take photographs of the sunset at East Coast Park Precinct, along the waterfront in Fortress Hill. Victoria Harbour, one of the world’s renowned deepwater harbours, has been preserved for the enjoyment of Hongkongers since 1997. Photo: Dickson Lee
People take photographs of the sunset at East Coast Park Precinct, along the waterfront in Fortress Hill. Victoria Harbour, one of the world’s renowned deepwater harbours, has been preserved for the enjoyment of Hongkongers since 1997. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong

Letters | Hong Kong’s harbour gives it an edge over Singapore

  • Readers discuss Hong Kong’s natural advantage over Singapore, why the ‘0+3’ arrangement won’t attract tourists, difficulties in using air miles, and the prospects of the aviation industry

People take photographs of the sunset at East Coast Park Precinct, along the waterfront in Fortress Hill. Victoria Harbour, one of the world’s renowned deepwater harbours, has been preserved for the enjoyment of Hongkongers since 1997. Photo: Dickson Lee
People take photographs of the sunset at East Coast Park Precinct, along the waterfront in Fortress Hill. Victoria Harbour, one of the world’s renowned deepwater harbours, has been preserved for the enjoyment of Hongkongers since 1997. Photo: Dickson Lee
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