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British Consulate Hong Kong

British Consulate Hong Kong. Address, Telephone and Opening Times. Travel Advice and UK Passport Entry Requirements to Hong Kong.

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Entry Requirements


Entry Requirements – Visas

Although Hong Kong is now part of the People’s Republic of China it remains a Special Administrative Region with its own immigration controls.
You can stay in Hong Kong for up to six months without a visa.

Entry Requirements – Passport validity

A British Citizen will normally be granted six months entry to Hong Kong on arrival, but only if the passport is valid for six months or more. If the passport has less than 6 months validity, Hong Kong Immigration will only grant one month longer than the scheduled stay in Hong Kong, but only if the validity of the passport allows this. The passport must be valid for the duration of stay in Hong Kong.

Entry Requirements – Travelling with children

Single parents or other adults travelling alone with children should be aware that some places require documentary evidence of parental responsibility before allowing lone parents to enter, or in some cases, before permitting the children to leave.

Entry Requirements – Visits to Mainland China

Those travelling on a British passport to Mainland China via Hong Kong must obtain a Chinese visa before arrival at the border. Visas are not available on arrival at the Chinese border for British passport holders.

Address:
British Consulate Hong Kong
1 Supreme Court Road
Hong Kong

Telephone:
+ 852 2901 3000
+ 852 2901 3222 Consular

Fax:
+ 852 2901 3204 – Consular

Website:
www.ukinhongkong.fco.gov.uk/en/

Opening Times:
Monday to Friday: 08:30-17:15 Local Time
Monday to Friday: 00:30-09:15 GMT

Local Laws and Customs

Hong Kong law is based mainly on UK law. There are on the spot fines for littering and spitting. There is zero tolerance for ticketless travel on the Mass Transit Railway (MTR).

As a general precaution do not take photographs of military installations in Hong Kong. Since the 1997 handover, the defence of Hong Kong has been the responsibility of the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA).

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