Travellers are welcome to visit Hong Kong without quarantine! Click here for details on the travel requirements or download our concise guide.
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.
Barrier-free travel is now widely available in Hong Kong and visitors with disabilities can enjoy pleasant and hassle-free stays. There is a range of accessible accommodation, activities, attractions and services, as well as convenient ways of getting around the city.
Check out the following links for resources available for people with disabilities who are planning a trip to Hong Kong.
Accessible taxi and coach services:
Diamond Cab: Accommodates a maximum of two wheelchair users on a single trip with two carers, or one wheelchair user with up to four passengers.
SynCab: Accommodates a maximum of one wheelchair user on a single trip with two carers, or four passengers without wheelchairs.
Hire vehicles: The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation provides accessible car, coach and Rehabus hire services. Please make your reservation in advance before you arrive in Hong Kong.
The Transport Department provides a handy downloadable guide to public transport for people with disabilities, as well as information about parking and pedestrian crossing facilities for the visually impaired.
Besides, the Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth has produced the ‘Barrier-free Travel Guide’ website, which introduces various hot tour routes of Hong Kong, which cater to the travelling needs for the mobility impaired and physically handicapped.
Easy-Access Travel Ltd specialises in arranging inbound sightseeing and shopping chartered tours for people with restricted mobility, as well as providing accessible transport services within Hong Kong.