Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Under the flourishing situation of industry in Hong Kong and Macao is booming, more and more Yacht berth are needed. However, the yachts industry in the other city is still in the early stage, their Yacht berth would be remained idled. At present, only the free exercise of yachts between Zhongshan and Macao is established. If the scope of free exercise of yachts is broadened, other cities will be able to meet the needs of yacht mooring in Hong Kong and Macao and stimulate the development of yacht tourism in other cities. In addition, most of the marinas belong to the private clubs which are expensive, and the construction of public marina, which can provide low-cost berths are inadequate. If the government invests in the construction of public marina, it will bring about a reduction in the expenses of Yacht, thus promote the popularity and the development of the tourism and leisure industry in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Moreover, after the construction of public terminals, small and medium-sized yachts will be very popular and will be able to boost the development of manufacturing industry.

・ Accelerating investment in the construction of the transport infrastructure enhances the rail transit and advances the construction of high expressways and promotes the close co-operation between urban tourism in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. At present, the construction of rail transport within the Bay Area could not meet the demand satisfactorily, and the function of the airport port, train station and other large transport hub are lack of effective combination. Therefore, in order to promote the development of the tourism and leisure industry and the in-depth development of tourist routes in the region, it is necessary to deepen spatial planning and internal traffic organization, speed up the construction of expressways and airports, improve the accessibility and convenience of domestic and international tourists in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

・ Increase the intensity of ecological protection and scientifically formulate the appropriate scale for the development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Tourism development combines environmental protection and sabotage. With the increasing intensity of tourism development, urban and population are growing rapidly, but also lead to increased pressure on the ecological environment. The purpose of most tourists is recreation, and the most important factor that attracts the tourists is the beautiful coastal environment in the Bay Area. Therefore, in order to achieve a fast and sound sustainable development, it is necessary to control the scale and intensity of the ecological environment, scientifically formulate a suitable scale for the development of the coastal areas and increase the protection of the ecological environment. In addition, taking the natural geographical features of the Bay Area into account, the land resources that can be developed are relatively limited. Therefore, it is necessary to change the mode of land utilization moderately, and make rational planning and layout of the land resources of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

References

[1] Liu, Y.X. (2014) Research and Implications of Bay Zone Economy Home and Abroad. Urban Insight, 3, 155-163.
[2] Li, J.F., LI, G.L. and Jiang, B. (2001) An Analysis of Enterprise Relationship and Enterprise Spread in the Tourist Industry—Taking Guangdong as Example. Tourism Tribune, 3, 19-25.
[3] Song, Z.W. (2007) A Research on Industrial Correlation of China’s Tourism Industry: Based on the Input-Output Model. Tourism Science, 2, 7-12+78.
[4] Weng, G.M., Zhang, J.C. and Lu, C. (2012) Industry Association Effects of Tourism in China. Enterprise Economy, 31, 127-130.
[5] Wu, S.M. (2012) An Analysis of Enterprise Relationship and Enterprise Spread in the China’s Tourist Industry. Industrial Economics Research, 1, 78-86.
[6] Wang, Q.Y. and Xu, L. (2013) The Convergence of the Beijing Tourism and Agriculture Industries: Based on the Perspective of Industrial Relevance. Tourism Tribune, 28, 102-110.
[7] Huang, X.H. and Zou, K.M. (2016) A Study of the Integration Development of Culture, Commerce and Tourism under the Background of “the Belt and Road” Strategy in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition), 4, 106-110 + 192.

  
comments powered by Disqus
JSS Subscription
E-Mail Alert
JSS Most popular papers
Publication Ethics & OA Statement
JSS News
Frequently Asked Questions
Recommend to Peers
Recommend to Library
Contact Us

Copyright © 2020 by authors and Scientific Research Publishing Inc.

Creative Commons License

This work and the related PDF file are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.