Travel to Hong Kong

Hong Kong has remained autonomous from mainland China in terms of their immigration policy. The processes and rules are entirely separate. Whether travelers need a Hong Kong visa from Singapore depends on how long they wish to stay and what their nationality is. Citizens of Singapore with a valid passport who travel to Hong Kong […]

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Although Hong Kong is a part of China, it is also a Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), which means it has separate visa requirements. Indian passport holders coming for a short stay in Hong Kong were previously able to get a Hong Kong visa upon arrival at the border without pre-registering. In 2016 however, the HKSAR […]

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On rare occasions, applications for Hong Kong PARs are unsuccessful. This is normally because either a mistake has been made on the form or you don’t meet the visa requirements. If you meet the basic PAR requirements, haven’t made a mistake on the application form, and your registration is still unsuccessful, you can contact customer […]

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Travel to Hong Kong to experience a metropolitan rush of gourmet perfection and legendary skyline, combined with the exotic nature waiting on the outskirts of the city. Explore the wild animals and verdant forestry surrounding or take a trip on the Star Ferry to experience Hong Kong on a warm summer’s night. If you’re planning […]

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Although Hong Kong is a ‘Special Administrative Region’ of China, it has its own system of government and separate immigration laws. This means that a visa for China does not grant travelers access to Hong Kong and vice versa. Whether you need a visa for Hong Kong from China does not depend on which country […]

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  As of January 23rd, 2017 Indian citizens can apply online for a  visa to Hong Kong. However, instead of a visa, the government of Hong Kong has called it a Pre-arrival Registration for Indians or PAR. Indian citizens must register with the Hong Kong PAR system if they wish to visit Hong Kong. Once approved, […]

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