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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
Topic From: Hong Kong Weather in July
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chances of storm or typhoon jul''14

Asked by jez on Jan. 20, 2014
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Christy Luo (Jan. 21, 2014) replied:
 Hi, No one can forecast the weather. But average temperature is 75 °F 92 °F. June to August is high season for typhoon in Hong Kong. If you need some tours, we can arrange it. Please see more details: http://www.chinahighlights.com/hong-kong/tours.htm
Topic From: Hong Kong Visa
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I am a nepalese passport holder currently in uk,i heard sponsor is needed for nepalese passport so,i am in confuse.can u clear me that can i apply the visa without any sponsor in hk.I f so than what i have to do.

Asked by shree pd thapa on Jan. 20, 2014
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Doris Huang (Jan. 21, 2014) replied:
Dear Shree, Thank you for your inquiry. You need to apply for a visa to Hong Kong, and the documents below are required: A. a completed Application Form ID 1003A. B. the valid passport with at least one blank visa page as well as a photocopy of the bio data page C. the valid UK visa acquired and a photocopy of it D. a recent photo E. the bank statements for last 3 months (balance should be over £500 per month) F. a letter from your employer or school or a photocopy of your own company license G. booking information of your return flight tickets and accommodation under your name (If you are going to stay with a friend in Hong Kong, he/she should fill the Sponsor Form ID 1003B, You should also provide an invitation letter from him/her as well as a photocopy of residence/stay document of his/hers in Hong Kong) More information please see here: http://www.chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/visa/rcgadq/t519931.htm
Topic From: Happy Valley Racecourse
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What are the horse racing dates in February 2015 at Happy Valley and Shatin? Also how far away is Shatin?

Asked by Diane ERICKSON on Jan. 18, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Jan. 21, 2014) replied:
Hi Diane, the exact date in 2015 is still waiting to inform. As to the distance from Shatin, it depends on your exact location.
Topic From: How to Plan a 1-Day Trip to Macau from Hong Kong
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Hi, I am going to HongKong from 28 Feb to 6 March. Thinking of dropping by Macau for a day. Do you recommend me to stay in Macau for a night or just go for a day trip to Macau? Would it be better to go to Macau on a weekend or weekday? Thanks.

Asked by J on Jan. 18, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Jan. 20, 2014) replied:
Hi J, both I think is ok. If you stay one night there, you will have more time to experience the local life. If your time is limit, one day tour would also be sufficient. I suggest that you go on weekday as it would be less crowded.  
Topic From: Hong Kong Visa
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I m from Bangladesh. In singapore work permit holder.how I can visit Hong Kong ?

Asked by Fozlul Hoque on Jan. 16, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Jan. 20, 2014) replied:
Hi Fozlul, sorry, we don't know the exact policy. Please consult the China embassy in Singapore.
Topic From: Hong Kong Travel Guide
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Hello, my husband and I are going to Hong Kong for two weeks in March. We would like to go and visit our old village in the Pearl River Delta area. In the Taishan, Baishzhen area for two days. Where and how can we apply for the 144 hour convenient visa in Hong Kong? Can we apply the 144 days visa while we are still in Ontario , Canada?

Asked by Daisy Hung on Jan. 15, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Jan. 15, 2014) replied:
Hi Daisy, we can help arrange the 144hr convenient visa for you, in Shenzhen, not in Hong Kong. Could you kindly let me know how many people will there be in your group and the date you will  enter/leave Shenzhen from/to Hong Kong? We will have an English speaking tour guide waiting for you at the customs and help deal with all the documents and procedure.
Topic From: How to Plan a Family Tour of Hong Kong
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hi... my family is planning to visit hong kong second week of november for 4 night. could you please advise me some budget trip package for 4 adults and 1 child that would include disneyland and oean park tour. thanks

Asked by afaf on Jan. 15, 2014
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Whitney Liao (Jan. 16, 2014) replied:
Dear Afaf, I’ve just sent you an email about your Hong Kong trip, including Disneyland and Oean Park tour. Please check it. Any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Kind regards, Whitney
Topic From: Lantau Island
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Getting to Lanutau island from cruise terminal! What is the easiest way and the prices?

Asked by tammy fischer on Jan. 13, 2014
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Leon Long (Jan. 13, 2014) replied:
You can take subway to Tung Chung Station then change to take Ngong Ping cable to Lantau Island.
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