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Hong Kong simply bursts with vibrancy and excitement. Whether you take our China tours from Hong Kong or merely a day trip in Hong Kong, you will have an amazing experience to tick from your bucket list.

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Do I need a visa to visit Hong Kong?

To enter Hong Kong you need a passport that is valid for at least six months. Travelers from more than 160 counties can visit the region without a visa with a stay ranging from 7 to 180 days according to nationality. Check the list of Hong Kong Visa Exemptions for Foreign Countries/Areas. When satisfying the above conditions, you will be issued with a landing slip on arrival at Hong Kong Immigration points. Look after the slip as it is required when you leave.

Travelers who are not exempt need to obtain a visa before arrival. It is almost impossible to obtain a visa on arrival.

When is the best time to visit Hong Kong?

Enjoying a subtropical climate, the city is suitable for travelling all the year round. However, tropical cyclones and squally thunderstorms happen fairly often from June to September. The best time to visit is from October to the end of the year when the weather is pleasant most of the time.

We suggest avoid planning your private Hong Kong tour packages during the Canton Fair in late April and late October. During these two periods, hotel room rates are at their highest due to a high demand.

Is English widely spoken in Hong Kong?

Yes, English is widely used in the region as one of the official languages together with Chinese. There are plenty of English signs in places most visited by travelers. Also, hotel staff, waiters and shop assistants in the tourist centralized area are all able to communicate in English.

What is the currency in Hong Kong? Where can I exchange money?

The currency is the Hong Kong Dollar. Moneychangers are everywhere in the city with varying exchange rates and service fees, so it is quite easy to get local currency.

For your information, you may exchange a small amount of HK dollars at the airport upon arrival in case you need it to get into the city. When you are in the downtown area, you can exchange money at the banks with the best exchange rates. The star-rated hotels all provide convenient money exchange services to their guests. Customers with AMEX cards can draw HK Currency through ATMs directly and those with VISA and Master cards can draw local currency from marked ATMs.

Can I use my electronic devices in Hong Kong?

The common power voltage is 220 Volt 50 Hz AC. British Standard three-pronged outlets are widely used in the region. Most hotels ranking above 3 stars provide electrical outlets of both 110V and 220V in the bathrooms. As the shapes of sockets and voltage vary among countries, a portable plug adaptor is usually necessary. You can buy one at the convenience stores in your local country or when you arrive.

I see some of your China tours from Hong Kong do not offer guided service in Hong Kong. May I know the reason?

Due to the higher cost of living in Hong Kong, guided tour charges are much higher than any other city in mainland China. It is a cosmopolitan metropolis with a good urban transport system and widespread use of English. Therefore we usually just book the hotel accommodation in Hong Kong and offer independent travel ideas to reduce the cost for the clients.
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Asked by VANILLALOVER1 | Feb. 16, 2019 13:34Reply
Tourist spot
Me, and my sister is going to Hongkong this December 2019, im curious if the weather will be so cold or no need for sweater? thanks
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Answered by Tess | Feb. 17, 2019 16:42

The average high temperature is 21°C (70°F) and average low temperature is 15°C (59°F) in December of Hong Kong. If it's a sunny day, you can just wear long-sleeved shirts, jeans, sportswear, dresses and light coats. And in the earlier morning and the late night you should be prepared with coats, wind jackets, heavy coats or wool sweaters for nights or sudden temperature drops.
Asked by John from AMERICA | Feb. 07, 2019 02:33Reply
Doing a three week course in Sha Tin, food budget
How much money would I need for food in Hong Kong for three weeks? I’m not a fancy eater, bugdet friendly
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Answered by Hudson from USA | Feb. 12, 2019 18:42

Well, John, you can prepare 150HKD per day.
Asked by Jadine from CANADA | Jan. 27, 2019 02:14Reply
What is the weather in Hong Kong on may 29 to June 2 2019?
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Answered by Xaviera from DENMARK | Jan. 27, 2019 21:54

According to the previous weather statistics, the temperature may range from 25C to 30C during that period of time. There may have several rainy days. But it won't influence the sightseeing a lot. :)
Asked by David from USA | Jan. 19, 2019 14:20Reply
I will be traveling to Hong Kong in April. Spending 3 days.
Where in HK would I get picked up? I can provide you with my email address if it would be easier to coordinate.

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Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Jan. 20, 2019 18:26

As Hong Kong is an international metropolis with modern transportation to be easily accessed, and also English is widely used, it is quite convenient to find the way to your destinations. There's no need to have a guide and private car according to our experience. Since the service charge in Hong Kong is high, we suggest you do this part on your own to save the expenses. We are pleased to arrange hotel for you there. But if you do require guided tour in Hong Kong, please kindly let us know, we are also pleased to arrange that for you. Please feel free to contact us should you need any further help. Thanks for your attention.
Asked by Didi from INDONESIA | Dec. 29, 2018 04:15Reply
Hongkong international airport to parklane hotel
Please advise which bus to take from HKIA to parklane hotel at cause way bay
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Answered by Amelia from FRANCE | Jan. 03, 2019 01:54

You must refer to The Park Lane a Pullman Hotel, right?
Upon landing, take bus no.E11 from Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) to Sugar Street, Yee Wo Street. It takes around 80 mins on the way. The ticket fare is 21HKD per person.
After arriving, walk north around 200 meters to find your hotel.
Answered by Didi from INDONESIA | Jan. 03, 2019 02:08

Thank you very much for the info
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