Nationals of about 170 countries including India may visit Hong Kong without a visa/entry permit for a period of up to 14 days. However Indian nationals are required to apply for and successfully complete the Hong Kong Pre-arrival registration (PAR) online before they can visit the HKSAR visa free.
All Indian nationals who intend to visit Hong Kong visa-free are required to apply for Pre-arrival Registration (PAR) effective January 23, 2017, unless they qualify for one of the categories of exemption. A successful registrant is allowed to visit Hong Kong visa-free for multiple visits during the validity period of the PAR and may stay up to 14 days per each entry.
Don’t worry about your Hong Kong Pre-arrival Registration. Simply contact us and we will guide you throughout your PAR application.
An Indian national can apply for a Hong Kong PAR if he/she:
(i) Holds an Indian passport valid for at least six months; and
(ii) Intends to visit or transit (except in direct transit by air and not leaving the airport transit area) the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) for a stay not exceeding 14 days.
Subject to normal immigration requirements being met, the following categories of Indian nationals may visit the HKSAR without PAR:
(i) Holders of a valid Indian diplomatic or official passport;
(ii) Holders of United Nations Laissez Passer coming to the HKSAR or transiting the HKSAR to/from a third place for official United Nations business;
(iii) Those who have successfully enrolled for e-Channel service for Frequent Visitors;
(iv) Holders of a valid HKSAR Travel Pass; and
(v) Those who have obtained a valid entry visa for the HKSAR.
Also, Indian nationals who are a member of operating aircrew or operating seacrew on board vessels, or a contract seaman may also come to the HKSAR without PAR, subject to normal immigration requirements being met.
You can apply for pre-arrival registration for visiting or transiting the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) (if seeking to enter the HKSAR during transit) if you are:
(a) An Indian national holding an Indian passport valid for at least six months; and
(b) Intending to visit or transit (except in direct transit by air and not leaving the airport transit area) the HKSAR for a stay not exceeding 14 days.
(c) Ensure that you have at least 2 blank pages on your passport when you arrive at Hong Kong Airport
(d) In case you have renewed your passport after obtaining “Notification of Pre-arrival registration” and any particulars that does not match with your current valid passport, you must re-apply for “Pre-arrival Registration” on the strength of the new Passport.
No, the notification slip is not a guarantee of the traveller’s entry to the HKSAR. The registrant is still subject to immigration control under the provisions of the Immigration Ordinance, Chapter 115, Laws of Hong Kong. In general, a person who intends to enter the HKSAR for visit must fulfil normal immigration requirement such as:
An Indian national who intends to visit/transit the HKSAR for more than 14 days or intends to enter the HKSAR for a purpose other than visit/transit (e.g. employment, study, or take up residence in the HKSAR) must apply for an appropriate visa to the Immigration Department of the HKSAR under the existing arrangements.
The minimum passport validity to enter Hong Kong is 6 months. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Hong Kong.
You do not need to apply for PAR if you are in direct transit by air and will not leave the airport transit area. However, if you are seeking to enter the HKSAR during transit, you need to apply for PAR.
A Hong Kong pre-arrival registration is normally valid for a six month period or until the expiry date of the Indian passport linked to it, whichever is earlier. During the validity of the registration, the registrant may make multiple visits to the HKSAR visa-free. On each visit, the registrant may stay in the HKSAR for up to 14 days. Provided that normal Hong Kong Immigration requirements are met, a traveller may, during the validity of the pre-arrival registration, use a valid notification slip together with the specific and valid Indian Passport linked to the successful pre-arrival registration to make multiple visits to Hong Kong Visa-free.
If you intend to visit Hong Kong for more than 14 days, you may apply for a visa with the Hong Kong Immigration Department.
You can apply for a Hong Kong Pre-arrival Registration up to 4 to 6 weeks prior to your departure date.
No. There is no restriction on age in applying for the Hong Kong PAR. All Indian nationals who intend to visit the HKSAR, regardless of age, are required to apply for PAR, unless they belong to one of the exempted categories.
Yes. You and your family members are required to apply for the Hong Kong PAR individually.
No. However, if you have a local connection in the HKSAR, you should mention the same in the questionnaire provided by us.
We will update you within 24 hours regarding the status of your application. If your Pre-arrival Registration is approved by the Hong Kong Immigration, we will email you the PAR notification slip (Approval copy) which will need to be printed on an A4 size paper and carried along. We highly advice you to keep a copy of the PAR notification slip all through your trip.
You can take a look at our checklists to find out what documents you need to provide.
You can seek to enter the HKSAR on the last day of the validity of PAR. Subject to normal immigration requirements being met, you may be allowed to enter and stay in the HSKAR for a stay up to 14 days.
No. You must re-apply for PAR on the strength of the new passport.
After successful application for PAR, you must print the notification slip generated by the PAR system on a sheet of blank A4 white paper. Before boarding a conveyance ("conveyance" means a ship, aircraft, vehicle or any other means whatsoever of travel or transport) bound for the HKSAR, transport operators will check the notification slip. Failure to present the notification slip and the same and valid Indian passport which you have used to apply for PAR successfully will lead to refusal of your boarding a conveyance bound for the HKSAR and refusal of entry to the HKSAR.
You may contact us and we will reprint the notification slip for you.
No. 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
Yes, a day trip to Macau from Hong Kong is still considered as an exit and re-entry into Hong Kong.
You are strongly advised to purchase a health / travel insurance to cover yourself as medical treatment can be very expensive in Hong Kong. Your travel insurance offers protection against unexpected emergencies on international travel such as coverage of medical expenses, flight delay and cancellations, passport and baggage loss or personal accident. For financial safety and security on your international trip we highly recommend you to purchase travel insurance and avail our special offer.
Yes. Our Visa Experts work with you to collect all the information required for successful completion of the Pre-arrival Registration application process. We work as quickly as possible to complete & submit your application. We understand that your visa applications may be urgent and we have the capacity to deal with this.
Applying for a Hong Kong Pre-arrival Registration through us will be an easy and hassle free process as we will take care of your complete application process.
The easiest way to apply for a Hong Kong Pre-arrival Registration is to contact us. We are experts in the travel and tourism sector with over 40 years of experience. Through our expertise, in-depth knowledge and integrity, we commit to delivering an exceptional experience to our customers each and every time you use our service. In order to help us understand your unique visa needs, please drop in your query and our Expert will get in touch with you.
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Akbar Travels has been a part of more than one million travel dreams. We offer a superior, quick and hassle-free Visa Facilitation service. With a highly professional and dedicated team of Visa Experts, we are here to cater to all your Hong Kong PAR application requirements. Read moreThroughout your visa process, you will have a dedicated Visa Expert handling your application.
Here are the steps to apply for a Hong Kong PAR through Akbar Travels:
Step 1: Provide your travel details to our Visa Expert and get all your queries answered.
Step 2: Pay the visa fee and upload your documents online through our secured online document locker to ensure its confidentiality.
Step 3: Our Visa Expert will verify your documents and submit your application to the Embassy.
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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. Read moreFrom 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 travellers, the best advice is to go with the flow.
Situated at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta on China’s south-western 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 centrepiece – the iconic Victoria Harbour – harks back to another era, and today there’s an international flavour 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 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.
Hong Kong Disneyland is the first theme park inside the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and is the fifth Magic Kingdom-style Park. Located at Penny’s Bay, Lantau Island. Come & experience the wonderful magical moments with your special ones in Disneyland Hong Kong.
Ocean Park is a major attraction in Hong Kong, any visit to Hong Kong should include the world famous Ocean Park.
The park has won several awards, including The World’s Seventh Most Popular Amusement Park and 33rd Most Visited Tourist Attractions in the World by Forbes. Ocean Park has now grown to about 40 attractions and rides.
The Peak is one of the most prominent places to visit in Hong Kong. Being the highest point on the Hong Kong Island, Victoria’s Peak provides breath-taking views of the cityscape with its skyscrapers glistening in the sunlight. Apart from witnessing the stunning views of the city, one can also enjoy other sightseeing titbits on The Peak like Madame Tussauds wax museum, the Peak Tower, & Sky Terrace 428.
Victoria Harbour is a natural landform harbour situated between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon in Hong Kong offering stunning view of the city skyscrapers. While the Symphony of Lights is the “World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show” by Guinness World Records, has been further expanded to include more than 40 buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbour. The stunning, unforgettable spectacle synchronised to music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong Kong. Performance starts 8pm daily.
Apart from the stunning high rises in Central, lies a starking contrast of modernization and tradition that coexist for years that attribute to Hong Kong culture. A cumulative of street arts were borne out of inspiration from the contrast. To capture all the picturesque art, take a stroll along Hollywood Road, Graham Street, Staunton Street.
Situated on a river mouth, the village is just the ticket if you want a dose of traditional fisher folks which has reside for generations. The houses are built on stilts over the river and its narrow lanes are filled with shops selling fish and other day-to-day items. The citizens here are mainly the Tanka people who are descendants of Hong Kong’s first settlers. Take a walk across the quaint bridge that straddles the river where you’ll find back-street lanes twisting through the clutter of houses.
The old Clock Tower was erected in 1915 as part of the Kowloon–Canton Railway terminus. Standing 44-metres tall, the station is long gone however its red brick and granite tower are now preserved as a Declared Monument. It also serves as a memorable landmark for the millions of Chinese immigrants who struggled and started their new lives in Hong Kong.
Man Mo Temple is one of the oldest Taoist temples in Hong Kong paying tribute to the God of Literature (Man) and the God of War (Mo). The temple is located about halfway along the road and a stop in its quiet, incense-shrouded interior makes a pleasant break.
Temple Street named after Tin Hau temple located in the centre, is the busiest flea market at night in the territory of Jordan and Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon. Popular with both tourists and locals alike in the evening, it is common to see the place crowded at dusk.
Preserving the natural ecological environment and features of the Ngong Ping area and
the custom and culture of the Lantau Island. Ngong Ping 360 is sure to refresh your body
enlighten your mind, as soon as you step on the Cable Car.
Ngong Ping Village is set on a 1.5 hectare site on Lantau Island, adjacent to Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal and the Tian Tan Buddha Statue.
Looking up to the southwest from Tei Tan square in the middle of the Po Lin Monastery plaza, you will see a flight of 268 steps leading to the world’s largest outdoor bronze statue – the Giant Buddha.
While Ladies Market is by far the bigger and brasher of the two, Fa Yuen Street is also a
introduction to consumerism, Hong Kong style.
There is so much to see and buy here that the path that runs down the center is no wider than one person at some points while the stock is stacked so high that vendors need to use poles to retrieve many items.
The night is always young at Lan Kwai Fong, a buzzing centre of clubs, bars and restaurants. It is a must for party goers & people watchers to visit this Western-style restaurant, nightclubs, delicatessens and bars.
Stanley Market is a popular market town on the sunny south side of Hong Kong Island. With its relaxed ambiance, crisp sea environs and bargain buys have made it world famous. You will find an interesting array of little shops selling silk garments, sportswear, art, Chinese costume jewellery and souvenirs. A hard morning of shopping is always nicely finished off by a sumptuous lunch at one of the many restaurants such as Murray House. The 160-year-old restored three-storey colonial building that was dismantled in 1982 and transplanted from its original site in Central to be rebuilt on the Stanley waterfront.
The Jade Market, just west of Nathan Road on the junction of Kansu and Battery Streets, is
vendors sell various shades and qualities of jade, a greenish stone found in East Asia.
is a unique ornamental stone that can be found predominantly in East Asia and the world’s
trading centre for Jade is Hong Kong. Visitors can purchase various kinds of products made
of Jade at the Jade Market. Its product line includes jade rings, jade animals and e
ven jade statues of Buddha. Special jade souvenirs and various trinkets are an ideal piece of memory to take home with.
Top quality jade is pure green and very expensive. Most pieces have a yellow tinge but no brown or grey should be in the finished piece. The best jadeite is semi-transparent. Opaque jadeite with cloudy patches typically has less value.
Yuen Po Street Bird Market is a charming Chinese-style garden is the favoured gathering place of Hong Kong’s songbird owners, who carry their beloved pets around in intricately carved cages. The market contains some 70 songbird stalls as well as interesting courtyards and moon gates. Open from 7am to 8pm. The Flower Market features an array of bright and colourful, sweet-scented flowers of different interesting species. A jungle of exotic blossoms, luck-bringing houseplants and sweet scents to be found in more than 50 shops. It’s fun to walk around the market admiring the huge variety of flowers and plants for sale.
It conducts a wholesale and retail business of flowers at lucrative price offers. The fragrance and beauty of the flowers displayed in this market create a charming aura. Many bonsai trees and indoor plants signifying good luck are also sold out here. The Goldfish Market is on Tung Choi Street south of Prince Edward Road West, and it is the place for fish lovers to go to for all manner of fish-related products. The whole street is full of shops selling all sorts of colourful fishes from fresh water species to deep sea species.
Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of Hong Kong most famous temple, dedicated to the Great Immortal
Locals & tourists could be seen daily making their prayers at the temple. The temple is known for granting any wishes thus lots of worshipers whose prayers were answered returning to thank the immortal.
Anyone who visits Hong Kong would surely know the existence of this famous street.
However personally I find Ladies Street overrated. You can find the usual tourist souvenir, replica jersey here. For fashion head over to Fa Yuen Street instead
In 1997, marks the important occasion of the return of Hong Kong, the former British colony
People’s Republic of China, and the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative
In celebration, China’s Central Government presented a gilded bauhinia statue to Hong Kong. The statue was placed in the square next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre facing the Wan Chai waterfront.
This crescent-shaped stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. Repulse Bay’s name comes from a 19th century battle in which the British army repulsed attacking pirates. Today, Repulse Bay is a luxurious residential area with the wide, wave-lapped beach is popular with locals and visitors alike. The beach offers exquisite experiences to every kind of visitor, which is why it is popular among couples and kids alike.
Home to a stunning array of wildlife including birds, dragonflies, amphibians, mammals, reptiles, butterflies and fish, Hong Kong Wet Land Park is a world-class ecotourism facility aimed at promoting green tourism, education on environmental protection and wetland conservation.
Though there are many ways one could get to Lantau Island, the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car is undoubtedly the best one out of those. While the island is known for its rich ecological environment, its culture and customs, the cable car ride too is an absolute thrill in itself. Apart from giving one splendid views of the island and the Ngong Ping Village, the cable car ride would also provide mind blowing vistas of the famous statue of Giant Buddha. Owing to its profound natural beauty, Lantau Island is among the most preferred tourist places in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong sightseeing doesn’t just include attractions for kids, families, & couples, but has something in store for the wild and wacky youngsters too. With an awesome assortment of nightclubs, pubs, & bars like the Hard Rock Cafe, Lan Kwai Fong is that glamorous and happening part of the city that comes to life at night. It is one of the best places to visit in Hong Kong for those seeking a kick-ass nightlife in this metro.
One of the most inexpensive ways to explore Hong Kong is via the Star Ferry that lets one ride between Kowloon and Central. Named as the 50 ‘Places of a Lifetime to Visit’ by National Geographic, the 10 minute Ferry crossing ride gives one a stunning view of the city skyline and the world’s most photographed harbour.
When in Hong Kong, tourist places like the Avenue of Stars is a must visit. Located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui and established on Hong Kong’s version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the popular attraction featuring about 100 statues of celebrities, film stars, scriptwriters, & directors was created as a tribute to Hong Kong’s film industry. Though temporarily closed, a selection of their best exhibits is on display at the Garden of Stars, the Tsim Sha Tsui East Waterfront Podium Garden, and at the Starry Gallery, a pedestrian subway under Salisbury Road.
The world’s second largest outdoor bronze statue– the Giant Buddha, is among the top rated tourist places in Hong Kong. In fact, the statue is so huge that you can easily spot this impressive 112 feet long figure near the Po Lin Monastery from your flight’s window seat! The Big Buddha, or Tian Tan, is also visible from the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car, which gives an almost eye-level view of the massive statue. But in order to truly experience this sanctum’s peaceful, charismatic and enlightening influences, one should definitely climb the 268 steps leading to the statue itself!Show less
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The type of visa you need for entering Hong Kong depends on the purpose of your stay. To apply for a visa, your passport must be valid for six months or more from the date of intended entry. The most common visas are the following:
Citizens of several countries including India are allowed to visit Hong Kong without a visa for between seven and 180 days. All Indian nationals who intend to visit Hong Kong visa-free are required to apply for Pre-arrival Registration (PAR) effective January 23, 2017, unless they qualify for one of the categories of exemption. A successful registrant is allowed to visit Hong Kong visa-free for multiple visits during the validity period of the PAR and may stay up to 14 days per each entry. Indians intending to stay for more than 14 days in Hong Kong need to apply for a Visa at the Hong Kong Immigration. The application process can take up to four weeks, but the time depends on the Immigration department and how busy they are. You may be able to ask, but the best thing to do is leave more than enough time before your trip to get the visa. Note that once you travel to Hong Kong on a visitor’s visa you are not permitted to change to an employment visa without leaving and re-entering first (irrespective of your nationality).
To get an employment visa you must have a job in a sponsoring company that is willing to
and carry out the application process for your permit. The sponsoring company has to prove
you have the necessary skills for the job and that a local worker could not fill the
When granting work visas, the Immigration Department considers the applicant’s education,
experience and other factors.
The application for your work visa is not submitted by you, but by your future employer. The company has to submit a confirmed offer of employment, and proof that the remuneration package includes salary, accommodation, medical and educational provisions, as well as other benefits appropriate for professionals in Hong Kong. The application process takes four to six weeks, after which the entry visa is issued to your employer, who should forward it to you. Once you get your visa, you can apply for residency for your spouse and children as well.
Work visas are normally granted for the duration of your employment contract. However, they are not generally for duration of more than 2 years. If the company wants to employ you for longer, towards the end of your visa period it has to apply for a renewal, which is quite straightforward.
A Hong Kong employment visa is not transferable from one company to another. If you resign or are fired, you will need to apply for another visa and restart the process. Your sponsoring employer is obliged to notify the Immigration Department if you leave. Intra-company transfers are possible for employees who have worked for over 12 months in an overseas office.
If you want to do extra work outside the scope of your existing visa, you should apply for permission to do this additional employment. In order to do so, you need to submit your visa application form from the Immigration Department, together with your ID card, passport, a description of the work you have been contracted to do and a letter from your current work visa sponsor giving permission for you to take up the work.
Investment visas are issued to self-employed people in Hong Kong. In order to apply for an investment visa, you will need to complete a large amount of paperwork detailing your educational background, professional experience, the proposed business activities, capital and details of the activity and the jobs it will create. Detailed information is available on the Immigration Department’s website www.immd.gov.hk and at www.investhk.gov.hk.
If you have a work or business visa you can sponsor residency visa applications for your
children below the age of 18. Bear in mind that if you lose your employment status, they
lose their visa rights. As a Hong Kong permanent resident you can also sponsor your parents
they are aged 60 or above.
To apply for a dependant visa you will need to present the passports and birth certificates of your family and a marriage certificate (if applicable). The Immigration Department will also require proof you can support your family and that the sponsored family members have no criminal record. Dependant spouses of foreign workers with a work visa are permitted to take up employment.
Student visas are handled very much like work visas. To get a student visa, your sponsoring educational institution will need to apply for the visa on your behalf.
Permanent residence status may be granted to people who have lived continuously in Hong Kong for seven years. In addition, you need to fulfil certain requirements. If you have permanent residency status you can live in Hong Kong and work at any company without a visa. If you later leave Hong Kong for longer than 3 years you lose permanent residency status.
a. Domestic Help Visa: Domestic help visas are valid for a two-year domestic work contract. Domestic helpers must live in their employer's home. They cannot become permanent residents.
b. Training Visa: Valid for up to one month, for people who cannot get similar training in their own country.
c. Working Holiday Scheme:This scheme applies to nationals of certain countries. It is based on a quota system so a limited number of visas are granted per year. This type of visa is valid for 12 months and an individual can only receive this visa onc