• In view of the Government’s announcement that large-scale events will be cancelled for 14 days from 7 January, the Hong Kong Cyclothon, originally scheduled for 16 January, will be cancelled. Participants will be informed of the latest arrangements. The Hong Kong Tourism Board will closely monitor the situation and decide on a future event date. 

  • Taking a prudent approach in light of the latest pandemic development, the registration of 'Spend-to-Redeem Local Tours' has been postponed until further notice. Click here for details.

  • Your well-being and safety is our priority. Find tips on staying healthy and get the latest updates on travel advisories

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Latest travel advisories and hygiene measures for Hong Kong during the pandemic

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We have enhanced precautionary measures given the latest COVID-19 situation. Before your visit, please make yourself aware of the following measures:

1. Access control and quarantine requirements

Currently, three access control points — Hong Kong International Airport, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Port and the Shenzhen Bay Port — are providing regular services with adjusted public transport arrangements. There are specified boarding and compulsory quarantine requirements for persons arriving in Hong Kong from different places outside the Mainland, including compulsory quarantine in designated hotels for up to 21 days. Returnees from the Mainland and Macao may undergo their up to a 14-day compulsory quarantine (with an exemption for those fulfilling certain criteria) at home or other designated places (including hotels that are not designated for quarantine). 
To find more information, please see the Hong Kong Government's website.

2. Regulations on gatherings and wearing masks

To maintain social distancing, group gatherings in public places of more than four people are prohibited. The wearing of masks is mandatory in most public places including public transport, save for outdoor public places in country parks.

3. Regulations on restaurants and bars

From 6pm to 4:59am of the subsequent day, catering businesses must cease selling or supplying food or drink for consumption on the premises of the business. Bars, pubs, karaoke and other premises are closed. The maximum number of persons per table for catering premises under Types B, C and D Modes of Operation will be reduced to two, four and six respectively. For more details please click here
Customers or users of all catering business premises that offer dine-in services must scan the LeaveHomeSafe venue QR code using the LeaveHomeSafe mobile application before entering the premises, except for specified categories of persons. For more details please click here.

4. The temporary closure of attractions

Major attractions, including Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park Hong Kong, Hong Kong Wetland Park, Noah’s Ark Hong Kong, sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, MONOPOLY DREAMS™museums under the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) and more are closed until further notice. Before your visit, please check their respective websites for the latest information.

5. Changes to scheduled events

Some events may be postponed or cancelled. Please check with event organisers for more information.

6. Medical arrangements and health advice

Travellers who produce a positive test result during their stay in Hong Kong will be admitted to a public hospital by the city’s Department of Health for isolation and treatment; close contacts of the confirmed cases will be sent to a quarantine centre.
For travel health advice on preventing pneumonia and respiratory tract infection, please visit the Department of Health’s website. Should visitors need assistance, please speak to us via Visitor Hotline: +852 2508 1234 (9am to 9pm) or webchat.

LeaveHomeSafe app

LeaveHomeSafe app

Feel at ease when travelling in Hong Kong with this app! It offers four functions, including ‘record your visits’, ‘report confirmed positive or preliminary positive’, ‘receive exposure notification’ and ‘electronic vaccination and testing record’. Click here to find out more details about this app.

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The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has launched the Anti-epidemic Hygiene Measures Certification Scheme in partnership with the Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA). The scheme will raise awareness of epidemic prevention and provide unified guidelines on hygiene measures for tourism-related industries, aiming to bolster visitors’ confidence in travelling to Hong Kong. Please see details here.

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