Hong Kong

About Hong Kong Visa

Hong Kong delves into the dynamic fusion of East and West in this vibrant metropolis. From the futuristic skyline of Hong Kong Island to the cultural richness of Kowloon, each district tells a tale of tradition and innovation. Immerse yourself in the bustling street markets, indulge in delectable dim sum, and explore ancient temples nestled amid the skyscrapers. Our streamlined visa process ensures a smooth entry into this cosmopolitan hub. Whether captivated by the neon-lit nightlife or seeking serenity in lush parks, Hong Kong welcomes you to a world where modernity harmonizes with centuries-old charm

Types of Hong Kong visas

Pre-Arrival Registration (PAR)

  • Processing time:     Upto 24 hours
  • Stay period:    14 days 
  • Validity:    6 months
  • Entry:      Multiple

Fees: INR 999

Documents required for Hong Kong Pre-Arrival Registration
  • Scanned copy of the first and last page of your Passport. Validity of your passport should be at least 6 months from the date of travel and have a minimum 3 blank pages
  • Dully filled Questionnaire

Basic Requirements to visit Hong Kong PAR

  • Have a valid Passport and valid Hong Kong PAR
  • Be in good health
  • Good moral character
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you have your family, property, assets, etc. that would serve as an incentive to come back to your home country
  • Be able to convince the immigration officer that you will leave the country within 14 days of your stay permit
  • Have sufficient funds to support yourself and the amount depends on how long you will stay in Hong Kong and whether you will be staying with family, friends, or any paid accommodation

Travel Checklist

  • Passport
  • Hong Kong notification slip
  • Confirmed return Ticket
  • Contact details of your relative, friends, or business contacts in Hong Kong
  • Confirmed hotel bookings (If Any)
  • Hong Kong country Currency and other forms of forex
  • An unlocked smartphone, preferably with a SIM card from India
  • Any additional documents required to prove your purpose of visit (especially if you are traveling on a business Visa).

Hong Kong travel guide

Steamy and gargantuan, Hong Kong has evolved into one of Asia’s most lovable cities. Its incredible skyline- part neon, part steel-and-glass, part towering hills – is one of the most majestic in the world, but it’s a mere backdrop to the 24-hour flurry of activity that makes Hong Kong what it is.

From its boat-buzzed waterfront to its packed dim sum restaurants, its incense-smoked temples to its clattering teahouses, its street markets to its old-world hotels, Hong Kong is a destination teeming with energy. For travelers, the best advice is to go with the flow.

Situated at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta on China’s southwestern coast, Hong Kong is a city that has a remarkable mix of Eastern and Western influences. The handover of this territory from Britain to China was back in 1997, but the centuries of British rule still have a lasting legacy, tangible in everything from the grand period architecture to the local passion for horse racing. Even the name of Hong Kong’s centerpiece – the iconic Victoria Harbour – harks back to another era, and today there’s an international flavor to the destination that sets it apart from other Chinese cities. The gastronomy, nightlife, and shopping are all world-class.

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places on earth. Composed of three different islands (Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories), there are more than enough sights and sensations to soak up during any type of trip you have planned. From traditional street markets and beautiful temples to the fast-moving, skyscraper-dotted streets, to the endless food and drink options, there is so much to do here. Hong Kong Island, with its glistening skyscrapers and high-end shopping malls, is in many ways the heartbeat of the city. Get down to street level, however, and the laneways, wet markets, and traditional Chinese haunts are a reminder that beyond the city lies a working-class populace still making ends meet the old-fashioned way – and often the hard way. It’s also worth remembering, of course, that there’s far more to Hong Kong than the city itself. Its natural attractions include hiker-friendly ranges, volcanic landscapes, pristine woodlands, sleepy islands, protected marine parks, and miles of golden beaches.

With effect from January 23, 2017, the Immigration Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government has made Pre-Arrival Registration a compulsory requirement for all Indian nationals who intend to visit Hong Kong visa-free for 14 days. Each pre-arrival registration for an Indian national will be valid for six months or until the expiry date of the Indian passport linked to it, whichever is earlier. We can assist you, and the process is fully online The online platform for pre-arrival registration has been opened on December 19, 2016. Indian passport holders must complete Pre-arrival Registration (PAR) online prior to arrival in Hong Kong.

The government of Hong Kong recently made it mandatory for all Indian nationals to pre-register and obtain a successful pre-arrival registration notification slip online, except for some limited categories of persons who have been exempted. However, by and large, this is applicable to almost all visitors to Hong Kong.

Pre-arrival Registration is required for each individual. If you are traveling as a family, each person in the family must apply for Pre-arrival Registration individually.

A person admitted as a visitor in the HKSAR is not allowed to take any employment, whether paid or unpaid; establish or join in any business; or become a student at a school, university, or other educational institution in the HKSAR. If you wish to enter the HKSAR for employment, study, training, or residence, you should apply for an appropriate visa to the Immigration Department of the HKSAR under the existing arrangements.

Each Pre-arrival Registration is linked to a specific passport. So, in the event of loss of passport or passport renewal, a new Pre-arrival Registration must be made.

Kindly also note that an Indian national coming to HKSAR for a stay exceeding 14 days or for a purpose other than visit (e.g. for employment, study, or to take up residence in HKSAR) must apply to the Immigration Department for an appropriate visa.

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Places to Visit Hong Kong

Central Hong Kong

Central is the city’s bustling business hub on Hong Kong Island, a lively and walkable area filled with some of the city’s most famous skyscrapers alongside trendy shops, restaurants, and bars. Among the must-sees are the Bank of China building, a glass tower designed by the same architect who created the Louvre Pyramid in Paris, and the HSBC building with its sleek high-tech design, which follows the principles of feng shui.

Hong Kong City Hall

When exploring Central, don’t miss the chance to visit Hong Kong City Hall by the harbourfront. This building offers more than just city service; it serves as a cultural hub with many attractions, such as performance venues, a public library, an exhibition space, and even the famous Maxim’s restaurant, known for the best dim sums in Hong Kong

Star Ferry

Here’s an amazing addition to your Hong Kong bucket list: the famous Star Ferry at Victoria Harbour. This ferry service has been operating for over 120 years, using nine lovely green-and-ivory-coloured boats to cross from Hong Kong Island to Wan Chai and Tsim Sha Tsui (and vice versa).

Tsim Sha Tsui Pier

When you cross from Hong Kong Island to the Kowloon Peninsula, you’ll arrive at the Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry pier, also known as the Star Ferry pier. This Art Deco–style building boasts a discreet but quintessential Hong Kong charm. Near the pier is the only surviving structure of the original Kowloon train station, a clock tower surrounded by beautiful palm trees—a lovely background for photos.

Sheung Wan & Hollywood Road

 Sheung Wan is another exciting place to get lost and soak in the ever-present mashup of old and new Hong Kong. If you’re a fan of street art, keep your eyes peeled for the colorful murals spread throughout the area. These are some of the best backdrops for photos in Hong Kong.

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