Asked by Ms.simran from singapore | Jun. 19, 2009 04:06
About:Hong Kong Visa Policy

Hi i am holder of Indian Passport and a permanent resident of singapore. i m planning to visit macau and hongkong. my itinerary is as follows:

day1. arrival at macau airport thru singapore
day 2: ferry to hongkong
day3: hongkong
day 4:hongkong
day5: ferry to macau and flight back to singapore.

please let me know if I need a visa and if i need separate visa for macau and hongkong. and since i ll b going to macau twice (singapore-macau and hongkong-macau) so do i need to take visa for macau twice? tks a lot

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.Samuel | Jun. 19, 2009 21:23
No, you don't need a visa to Hongkong and Macau, for Indian passport holders are free of visa to Hongkong for less than 14 days and to Macau for less than 30 days.
Meanwhile, your second time to Macau will be considered as a new entry.
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