- Check your Visa and it’s validity. If you’re a non-Hongkong resident and traveling as working or tourist visa, ensure your visa has a sufficient validity period.
- Complete all requirements such as: *Passport– Your passport should be valid for at least one month after the date of your departure from Hong Kong. *Visa– You only need a visa if you plan to stay for more than 90 days – obtain an extension with the Hong Kong SAR Immigration Department, if necessary. *Negative rapid antigen test result taken within 24 hours of boarding– Negative RAT is mandated, no longer required to get an RT-PCR test before boarding flights to Hong Kong. *Vaccination record– Non-Hong Kong residents aged 12 or above are required to be fully vaccinated and show recognised vaccination records or obtain a medical exemption certificate. *Leave Home Safe app– Travellers are required to download the Leave Home Safe app (available in Google Play and Apple Store)
- You will undergo five rapid antigen tests and two RT-PCR tests upon arrival in Hongkong:
- Day 0: You will be subject to an RT-PCR test when you arrive at the airport.
- Day 1 to 5: Take daily rapid antigen tests (RAT).
- Day 3: You only need to take one more RT-PCR test on the third day of arrival in HK. This test will need to be taken at a Community Testing Centre (CTC), mobile specimen collection stations, or you can visit any recognised local medical testing institution at your own expense.
Step-By-Step Guide To Travel To Hongkong
December 19, 2022 | busybee_devteam
Last December 14, 2022, Hongkong lifts all restrictions on arrivals to city and ends 0+3 regime. Hong Kong residents do not need to be fully vaccinated to enter the city, but only fully vaccinated non-Hong Kong residents are allowed to enter. Here’s the step-by-step guide upon entering in Hongkong: