Travellers are welcome to visit Hong Kong without quarantine! After arrival, travellers can freely enter restaurants, attractions, performance and exhibition venues, etc. Click here for details on the travel requirements or download our concise guide.
Cannabidiol (CBD) will be classified as a dangerous drug in Hong Kong from 1 February 2023. Products containing CBD will be prohibited under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, and offenders will be subject to a maximum penalty of imprisonment and a fine. Click here to find out more.
When the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club built its first headquarters on Oil Street in 1908, the Arts and Crafts style complex was located on the shore of Victoria Harbour — as you might expect. With the ever-changing shoreline of Hong Kong, the historic clubhouse now sits a few hundred metres inland, while the yacht club was moved elsewhere long ago. The red-bricked Grade II historic building got a new lease of life in 2013 as an art oasis in the city called Oi!. Its new extension, opened to the public in 2022, provides a public open space of over 3,000 square metres that can house large-scale outdoor art installations. The new space also features a new two-storey building, incorporating exhibition and multipurpose venues.
*** Some attractions and facilities may be temporarily closed due to the current health precautions. Please check their respective websites before you visit.***