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Asked by Mr.Sam from Malaysia | Apr. 28, 2009 04:01
About:China Embassy in Malaysia

Hi, I am not Malaysian citizen, but I was born in Malaysia, I lost my birth certificate & caused me not able to get Malaysia IC, I'm now still holding Red Colour IC. I was born in year 1944. I wanted to visit Hong Kong in May 2009 (next month) & already applied the traveling document from Custom Malaysia. The traveling document is called Surat Akuan Pengenalan, not Malaysia Passport. My question is: do I need to get visa from Hong Kong Embassy after getting the Sijil Akuan Pengenalan / Traveling Document from custom Malaysia?
Anyone can help me on this, thanks!

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Answered by Ms.Susana from Macau | Apr. 29, 2009 03:50
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The visa-free policy states that Malaysian passport holders can enjoy visa-waiving access to HK and stay there for up to 90 days. The passport is required but obviously, you don't have one.
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