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Topic From: Hong Kong Visa
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i am a nicaraguan citizen i in direct transit from india to hong kong from hong kong to new york my question is do i need a transit visa for hong kong i will be waiting for your answer

Asked by barjolette bacon on Feb. 20, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Feb. 21, 2014) replied:
Hi Barjolette, if it is just a transit and you won't go out of the airport, I don't think you need a visa. But please consult your airline company to confirm it.
Topic From: Victoria Peak
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How can you make a 3- combo booking ? What are the ticket costs for adults and for children ? How long does it take to see Madame Tussaud''s ?

Asked by Monika kamal on Feb. 19, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Feb. 21, 2014) replied:
Hi Monika, the ticket is HKD20 per person, same with adults and children. Usually it takes around 2 hours to see the Madame Tussaud's, depends on your interes.
Topic From: Ferries Between Hong Kong and the Nearby Cities
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I would like to go by Ferry on early Tuesday morning (07:00-08:00 hours) Tue March 12th, from Hong Kong to Shunde district at Foshan city and return to Hong Kong the same day in the afternoon on/about 14:00-15:00 hours. Please advise if possible and how to proceed with ticketing. Thank you

Asked by Dimitrios Tsarpalis on Feb. 17, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Feb. 20, 2014) replied:
Hi Dimitrios, sorry, there is no direct ferry from Hong Kong to Shunde.
Topic From: Hong Kong in One Day for Budget Travelers
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What budget hotel will you recommend near the disneyland? Thanks

Asked by Anin Tapel on Feb. 16, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Feb. 17, 2014) replied:
Hi Anin, I recommend the Disneyland Hotel to you.
Topic From: Senior Travel in Hong Kong
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Are there senior discounts for the Big Bus Tours in Hong Kong? If so, how do I purchase tickets? Is there a code?

Asked by Nancy on Feb. 15, 2014
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Simon Huang (Feb. 15, 2014) replied:
Hi Nancy, there is no senior discounts for big bus tour. Do you want me to book the tour for you at normal price?
Topic From: Victoria Harbor
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i am planning to come to hong kong for dis august can any one suggest me the way and details please

Asked by subha on Feb. 10, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Feb. 12, 2014) replied:
Hi Subha, Below are some places of interesting in Hk recommended: Disneyland, Ocean Park, Repulse Bay, Aberdeen Harbor,Victoria Peak,Lantau Island,etc.are all can't missing in HK. I would also like to send you an itinerary for your information. Would you please kindly let me know below the information? 1. Number of people in your group including yourself? any kids or elderly people? 2. Length of stay in HK? 4. Starting date of the tour? 5. Places or attractions that you want to visit besides HK? 6. Class of hotel: 3 / 4 / 5 star economy/deluxe/superior? After getting further information from you, I will send you a detailed itinerary, ok?
Topic From: Hong Kong Shopping
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Hi, will Tai Yuen Street (toy street) be open on 01/Feb/2014 or 02/Feb/2014 which is the 2nd & 3rd day of Chinese New Year? Hope to bring my child there for a walk. Thank you.

Asked by Owk on Jan. 26, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Jan. 27, 2014) replied:
Hi Owk, thanks for your kind information. Wish you a good journey.
Guest (Jan. 27, 2014) replied:
Hi Whitney Liao, I got reply from hotel concierge that most shops in Tai yuen street will be close from 31st Jan to 2nd Feb. I will double check when i arrive. Thank you for your kind advice.
Whitney Liao (Jan. 27, 2014) replied:
Hi Owk, I think it is open, as most children love toys. And the New Year holiday is a good time for promotion.
Topic From: Hong Kong in One Day for Budget Travelers
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need a decent hotel either close to airport or an area where ewe can reach by transportation for maybe 40 us roundtrip about 50-60us a night,any suggestions

Asked by james on Jan. 25, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Jan. 27, 2014) replied:
Hi James, sorry, we didn't find such a hotel with this price. The hotel rate in Hong Kong changes very frequently. Maybe you can have a try via here: http://www.chinahighlights.com/hotel/search-hotel.asp
Topic From: Hong Kong Weather in February
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i am planning to travel to honk kong prefferably soon after the spring festival.can you advice me on when exacly will the spring festival over?

Asked by lily on Jan. 21, 2014
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Nancy Deng (Jan. 22, 2014) replied:
Dear Lily, The Chinese Spring Festival starts from Jan. 31 to Feb. 6. Nancy
Topic From: Hong Kong Visa
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Dear sir, i am a Nepali citizenship. I have been studying in Malaysia for three years and still i have two more years to complete my degree in Malaysia. within this two years period i want to visit Hong Kong for 1 week for my holiday. how do i get the visa? what are the process system? what document do i need to show? Hope to hear great response from you. thank you

Asked by tashi on Jan. 21, 2014
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Guest (Jan. 26, 2014) replied:
It depends on the policy in your country.
Guest (Jan. 23, 2014) replied:
Good morning, i am glad to got your message. Do i need to show bank statement if i have two ways flights ticket, i mean return ticket. i am a student and our allowances is RM 250 per month. how about this situation? i will have money when i want to visit hongkong because i will ask from my family. thank you for your time
Carol Wang (Jan. 23, 2014) replied:
  You can apply for Hong Kong visa from the nearest Chinese embassy or consulate. Please Check out China embassy/consulate information.  If you cannot go in person, you can entrust someone else to drop off the visa application, or a travel/visa agency to help handle your visa application. The following documents are needed: ?  Passport (original, not a copy) with at least one blank visa page (amendment pages and pages with bar codes are not acceptable for visa stamping). The validity of passport: for single entry visa, your passport should be valid for at least 6 months; for double-entry or multiple-entry (six-month) visas, your passport should be valid for at least 9 months; for one year multiple-entry visa, your passport should be valid for at least 15 months. ?  One completed, signed Visa Application Form for each passport, with appropriate visa fee and any supporting information required. ?  Two passport photos (head and shoulders only, front view, with a white background, approximately 35mm x 45m
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