Hong Kong residents do not require an Indian visa.
Stay 90-day duration
Requirements for Admission
By filing for an electronic visa, Hong Kong passport holders can visit India for 90 days. The e-visa is $80 USD.
Tourists should apply for an e-visa at least four days before their travel date.
Hong Kong nationals can enter India through 28 airports and five seaports with the e-visa.
Visitors must present a valid passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date of their visit to India. At least two blank pages in the passport should be available for visa stamping.
Foreign currency imports and exports are unrestricted; however, sums above $ 5,000 or its equivalent must be disclosed.
In addition, the maximum amount of Indian rupees that can be imported and exported is INR 25,000.
Hong Kong residents who own firearms must obtain an Import Permit from India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation.
Tourists must present proof of a guaranteed means of lodging for the duration of their stay in India. This could be in the form of a letter of recommendation from a local host or a hotel reservation.
A recent bank statement will be required to demonstrate that the traveler has sufficient funds to spend while in India.
Pets (dogs and cats) brought into India from Hong Kong must be accompanied by a veterinarian health certificate issued in Hong Kong.
Although Hong Kong residents are not required to provide a yellow fever vaccination certificate, it is recommended that they be vaccinated against common illnesses before traveling to India.
Intending travelers can fly to India from any of Hong Kong’s international airports. Chek Lap Kok and Guangdong both have international airports.
Some of the airlines that fly from Hong Kong to India include SpiceJet, Cathay Pacific, ANA, and Singapore Airlines.
The flight time from Hong Kong to New Delhi, India is expected to be 6 hours and 30 minutes.
India’s major religions are Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam. Other religions, such as
The Indian rupee is the country’s official currency. Visitors can exchange their foreign currencies at a variety of banks and exchange locations throughout the country.
India is a country where hundreds of languages are spoken. It doesn’t have a national language. The official languages, however, are Hindi and English.
Tourists should budget around $43 for day-to-day expenses while in India.
India’s climate is both temperate and tropical. Summer, which lasts from March to May, winter, which lasts from December to February, monsoon, which lasts from June to September, and post-monsoon, also known as northeast monsoon, which lasts from October to November, are the four major seasons.
Even in India’s main cities, cows are allowed to roam freely. They’re completely safe.
The Taj Mahal, Varanasi’s Holy City, Harmandir Sahib, and the Golden City are just a few of the attractions tourists can see in India.
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Butter chicken, alu gobi, rogan josh, and samosas are some of the specialities travellers can sample while in India.
Buses, trains, taxis, and small boats are all available modes of transportation in India.
India uses GMT+5:30 (Indian Standard Time). India is 2 hours 30 minutes ahead of Hong Kong.
As they go about their tourism-related activities, tourists are required to be respectful and aware of existing regulations and practices.