• Due to a technical issue at the Hong Kong International Airport, the airlines are currently required to process check-in procedures manually. Flight operations have not been impacted so far. Departing passengers are advised to closely monitor their flight information and allocate additional time for the check-in process. Hong Kong International Airport website: https://www.hongkongairport.com/en/

  • Increase of duty-free allowance for luggage articles brought into the Mainland by Mainland residents travelling from Hong Kong takes effect from 1 July 2024. Click here for details. 

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Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark

This 150-square-kilometer area is home to some of Hong Kong's most stunning geological features. Many sites are spread out over two distinct regions: the sedimentary rock region in the northeast New Territories, and the volcanic rock region in Sai Kung, which is home to unique honeycomb-shaped acidic volcanic rock columns, formed by volcanic eruptions some 140 million years ago. There is also a multitude of beaches, islands, sea caves and even tombolos to explore.

Hong Kong Geopark became a member of the Global Geoparks Network in 2011 and renamed Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark in 2015.


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Sai Kung, New Territories

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