Coronavirus: Travel Advisories for Hong Kong

We have enhanced precautionary measures given the latest situation of the novel coronavirus. Before your visit, please make yourself aware of the following measures:

1. Access control and quarantine requirements

Currently, there are three access control points providing regular services. Health and quarantine measures have been strengthened for inbound travellers. All non-Hong Kong residents coming from overseas countries and regions by plane will be denied entry to Hong Kong. All transit services at Hong Kong International Airport are suspended. All travellers coming from the Mainland, Macao and Taiwan will be subject to a 14-day compulsory quarantine. To find more information, please see the Hong Kong Government's COVID-19 website.

2. Regulation on group gatherings, catering business and bars

To maintain social distancing, group gatherings in public places of more than four people are prohibited. Temporary measures are also in place for catering business, bars and scheduled premises including places of public entertainment.

3. The opening hours of attractions

Some major attractions, including Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Hong Kong Wetland Park, Ocean Park Hong Kong, Noah’s Ark Hong Kong, sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, museums under the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, facilities of the Antiquities and Monuments Office, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong and MONOPOLY DREAMS™ are temporarily closed until further notice. Other attractions including the Peak Tram and the Ngong Ping 360 cable car service have shortened operating hours. Before your visit, please check their respective websites.

4. Changes to scheduled events

Some events may be postponed or cancelled. Hong Kong Sevens is postponed and Hong Kong Arts Festival, Art Basel and Art Central programmes have been cancelled. Tai Kwun remains open with limited services; all exhibitions, events, performances and guided tours are suspended. Please check with event organisers for more information.

5. Further travel and health advice

For travel health advice on preventing pneumonia and respiratory tract infection, please visit the Department of Health’s website. Should visitors need assistance, please speak to us via Visitor Hotline: +852 2508 1234 (9am to 9pm) or webchat.


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