Asked by Paul from Australia | Dec. 31, 2016 21:18
About:Visa Policy of China

Visa requirements for Hong Kong / China

I travel on an Australian passport and plan to do a trip Hong Kong as a pre-cruise trip for 4 days.
It appears that I do not require a visa to go to Hong Kong but I do to enter China.
Is Hong Kong considered part of China?
If I stay on HK Island and travel across the Bay to Kowloon do I need a visa?

Answers (1)
Answered by Stephen from New Zealand | Jan. 03, 2017 19:45
Paul, yes, HK is considered part of China, but HK and mainland China carry out different exit and entry policies, so you can enjoy free entry to HK.
If you stay on HK Island, you can travel across the bay to Kowloon. No visa will be needed.
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