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Asked by JXG | Nov. 07, 2011 05:40
About:China Embassy in U.K.

P.R. Chinese passport holder, residing in UK with a UK permanent residence card. Need Visa for HK

I am a P.R. Chinese passport holder, residing in the UK with a UK permanent residence card.

I am planning a holiday in Hong Kong and Shenzhen.

I would like to fly from the UK to Hong Kong and stay in Hong Kong for 4 days and go to ShenZhen for 4 days and come back to Hong Kong for another 3 days and fly back to the UK. Do I need a Hong Kong travel permit/transit or not, please?

Answers (1)
Answered by Alex from Hong Kong | Nov. 08, 2011 00:30
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Yes, you need a double entry Hong Kong entry permit.
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