Hong Kong is known for being a business hub, hence, being as prepared as possible before heading over is of utmost importance. here’s some more information to make your journey much easier.
Passport and Visa
Make sure your passport has at least one blank page and is also valid for 6 months or more. Renewing and obtaining a new passport can take up to a few weeks, therefore save yourself the trouble by double-checking. If you hold a US or E.U passport, you don’t need a visa to enter Hong Kong for stays under 30 days. However, if you intend on visiting mainland China, you will need a visa.
Flights and hotels
While booking your flights through a travel agent does make your life much easier, make sure you do your homework and pick the best flight times so that you have enough rest before you have to get to your business meetings. When booking accommodation, the best way to do it would be to book the hotel of your meeting space in Hong Kong or other business hotels such as The Murray Hong Kong.
Remember, since you’re going on a business trip you will have to pack more formal wear than anything else. Do pack a few casual outfits, just in case you have time to explore the city on your own.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+