• Hong Kong welcomes you! Visit Hong Kong from overseas places or Taiwan with no quarantine, no isolation, and no vaccination requirements. Normal travel between Hong Kong and the Mainland has resumed with all pre-departure testing requirements lifted. Click here for more details.

  • Cannabidiol (CBD) is classified as a dangerous drug in Hong Kong. Products containing CBD are 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.

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Latest travel advisories and hygiene measures for Hong Kong

For a hassle-free stay, please make yourself aware of the following measures before your visit:

1. Latest travel requirements for Hong Kong

From 6 February 2023, travellers can visit Hong Kong with no quarantine, no isolation, and no vaccination requirements.  

For inbound persons from Taiwan or overseas places, the pre-departure COVID test requirement remains the same. For more information, please refer to our dedicated page on travel requirements for Hong Kong. 

Passengers transferring or transiting in Hong Kong (without passing through immigration control) are not required to present proof of a pre-departure nucleic acid test stated above. Visit the website of the Hong Kong International Airport for more details.

For more information, please see the Hong Kong Government’s website and our traveller essentials section.

2. Boundary control points for passengers

From 6 February 2023, all borders between Mainland China and Hong Kong have reopened with regular services and no entry quota. Appointments are not required for persons intending to pass through the Mainland China–Hong Kong boundary control points (BCPs).

​Sea-to-air and air-to-sea ferry transfer services between the SkyPier of Hong Kong International Airport and Macao will resume starting from 30 December 2022. Visit the website of the Hong Kong International Airport for more details. 

3. Mask mandate

The wearing of masks is mandatory in most public places including public transport save for exempted circumstances, such as in country parks or while exercising.

Last updated on [2/3/2023]

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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