• From 26 September 2022, inbound travellers from overseas places or Taiwan arriving at Hong Kong International Airport will no longer be required to undergo compulsory hotel quarantine; instead, the new ‘0+3’ boarding and medical surveillance arrangements will apply. Please refer to the Government's official press releases and our concise guide for more information. 

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Get online

Get Online

It’s not hard to stay connected when in Hong Kong, one of the world’s most ‘connected’ cities. Here are some convenient ways to get online from the moment you arrive, and throughout your trip in Hong Kong.


Free Wi-Fi services are widespread in Hong Kong. In particular, there are many Wi-Fi.HK hotspots widely available across the city in locations such as major tourist attractions, shopping malls, parks and gardens, visitor centres, sports venues, museums, ferry terminals, cooked food centres and government buildings, which offer wireless internet connection completely free or free for a period of time. Download the Wi-Fi.HK app to search for a list of hotspot locations, where you can connect to the internet with the Wi-Fi.HK SSID.

You can also find Wi-Fi hotspots at most public transport areas and with the following service providers.



Free wireless internet access is available at most seating and public areas in the passenger terminals. See details here.



You can connect wirelessly to the internet near the ‘MTR Free Wi-Fi Hotspot’ sign in every MTR station for free for up to 15 minutes per session, with a maximum of five sessions for each mobile device per day. More details here.



csl free Wi-Fi hotspots can be found on selected Starbucks Coffee, Pacific Coffee, 7-Eleven and Circle K outlets and at selected phone booths. Look for the ‘CSL’ SSID on your device to browse the Hong Kong Tourism Board's website and download apps from our site for free.

DiscoverHongKong SIM Card 

Get Online

You can easily stay connected during your trip to Hong Kong using a prepaid Discover Hong Kong Tourist SIM Card. Just insert and go — no subscription charges, no hassle!

Choose a prepaid package* to cater to your needs:
  • 5-Day Pass: HK$88/3GB
  • 8-Day Pass: HK$118/8GB


Be mobile in Hong Kong with:

  • Bundles of 4G mobile data for Hong Kong and Macau
    The 3GB/8GB of data that comes pre-loaded on the SIM can be used in both Hong Kong and Macau, at 4G fast speeds for online action, perfect for those Instagram uploads. Additional data can be purchased at $48/3GB.
  • Extended data coverage to Mainland China and Taiwan
    You can easily sign up for roaming data services in Mainland China or Taiwan for just $48 for 3 days/500MB.
  • Unlimited csl Wi-Fi usage
    Log on at more than 20,000 hotspots around the city so you can update on the move. See how to find your nearest location here.
  • Unlimited local voice calls
    Stay in touch with your friends in town, book restaurants or call a taxi — all for free.
  • Credit for calls and texts abroad
    Pre-loaded with HK$30/HK$48 to text updates of your adventures back home! Also use it for low-cost international calls to 35 countries (a bargain at $0.45/min).


You can get the Discover Hong Kong Tourist SIM Card at any 1O1O Center in town, more than 1,000 7-Eleven, Circle K or VanGO convenience stores, csl or HKT shops, and the Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Kowloon Visitor Centre at the Star Ferry Concourse in Tsim Sha Tsui. For a full list of retailers, please click here.


* The day pass comes in the form of a 3-in-1 SIM card, suitable for phones that require micro, mini and nano SIMs, and is rechargeable for up to 180 days to make longer stays more convenient.

The Discover Hong Kong Tourist SIM card is a third party product of CSL Mobile Limited, for which Hong Kong Tourism Board assumes no responsibility. Please click here for details on the SIM card and here for CSL Mobile General Terms and Conditions.

Mobile charging services

Mobile Charging Services

Running out of battery on your phone while you are out and about can be a stressful experience. There is no need to panic when your phone’s battery drops into the red, because there are many places in Hong Kong where you can get a quick boost of power.

On the MTR

Several major MTR stations are equipped with “iCentres”, which feature free Wi-fi and computers that have access to the internet.

They have USB charging ports where you can charge your phone for free. The time is limited to 15 minutes per user, although if there is no one else waiting for a plug you can just re-plug your phone into the charging point and get another 15 minutes of juice.

The charging ports are located at the orange iCentres at 13 major MTR stations on the Island Line, Kwun Tong Line, Tsuen Wan Line, and Tung Chung Line.

See here for more details    


Shopping Malls 

Many shopping centres have mobile phone charging stations, which are normally located by the customer service desk. Some larger and upscale shopping malls will even rent out portable battery packs for you to charge your phone as well. Please approach the customer service counter for details.    


Convenience Stores 

Circle-K stores have power banks you can rent out. You can borrow a power bank from any Circle K branch, except the ones that are inside MTR stations. It costs HK$15 for three days, but you must put down a HK$150 deposit that you’ll get back when you return the charger.

See here for more details    


Hong Kong Tourism Board Visitor Centres 

The Hong Kong Tourism Board in-town visitor centres, conveniently located  at Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier and The Peak, also provide free mobile charging service

See here for more details

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