Hong Kong celebrates the lifting of the last Covid restriction to stay there: since April 1, visitors traveling to Hong Kong are no longer required to carry out a test before their departure.
Hong Kong is therefore now fully accessible, without vaccination, without testing, without masks, including indoors and on transport.
European travelers can enjoy the destination without a visa, up to 90 days as a tourist, by simply presenting their passport valid for more than a month after the return date.
The events and cultural program are in full swing in Hong Kong. After hosting a series of international mega-events such as Clockenflap (March 3-5), Art Basel (March 23-25) and the Hong Kong Sevens (March 31-April 2, France got the bronze medal in the men’s category), the destination is back at the forefront of the world tourist scene.
In the news, next May, the Hong Kong Palace Museum presents a new exhibition: “Cartier and Women” the first major exhibition in the world on the unique role and influence of women in the history of Cartier, highlighting highlight the influence of Chinese aesthetics on women’s lifestyle and global fashion.
More information about Hong Kong: www.discoverhongkong.com/fr