Hong Kong Visa for Sri Lankans….

Pro Firdous . Posted in Immigration and Emigration 3382 2 Comments

Hey Im Sri lankan citizen and im planing a trip to go Singapore, Malaysia, Bangkok and Hong Kong.
I’v already vistited those countries ohter than hong kong and it great help for me if you guyz provide me the info of how to get visa for Hong kong from Sri Lanka or any other alternative solution.

Thanks in Advance.

2 thoughts on “Hong Kong Visa for Sri Lankans….”

  1. GerdP says:

    The required visa for Hong Kong must be applied for at the Chinese Embassy in Colombo.
    chineseembassy.org/eng/lsyw/visaaffairs/t523924.htm ..
    immd.gov.hk/ehtml/hkvisas_4.htm#note for dip req ..

    Please note that effective August 15, 2010 Visa on Arrival (VOA) for Malaysia has been completely abolished for all countries that have been given this facility. Countries from the Indian Sub-Continental, including India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Afghanistan as well as other countries such as China, Myanmar, Taiwan and the Comoros who had received these benefits are no longer eligible for Visa on Arrival at any entry points into Malaysia.
    Visa applications must be lodged at the High Commission of Malaysia in Colombo.
    kln.gov.my/web/lka_colombo/requirement_foreigner ..

  2. Samson says:

    Hong Kong is a nice country to visit. Wish you all the best.

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