5 Things to Remember on Your Next Trip if You Haven’t Travelled in a While

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Don’t be at the airport and realising you forgot something important at home (Photo: Getty Images)

Taking advantage of Hong Kong relaxing its Covid-19 measures and reducing arrivals’ restrictions to 0+3? If it’s been a while since your last trip, don’t forget these!

After more than two years of some of the world’s toughest pandemic restrictions for visitors or residents arriving in the city, Hong Kong will be scrapping its 3+4 system, under which arrivals must spend three days in hotel isolation followed by a four-day at-home medical surveillance period. Instead, they can go straight into their surveillance period under amber code restrictions at home or any hotel.

After such a long time of dealing with uncertainty over whether restriction policies might change whilst abroad, or not being able to afford the required hotel quarantine period, which at one point was set at 21 days, no doubt many in the city will take this opportunity to travel out of the city. 

Whether you’re planning a short trip or a long-haul journey to visit friends and family long separated from you by the pandemic, here are some things to remember if it’s been a while since your last visit to the departures lounge.

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Review all your travel documents and identification before your trip (Photo: Getty Images)

If it’s been a while since you last left the city, make sure to check your passport is still valid. And if you require a visa to live or work in Hong Kong, make sure it will still be valid when your return.

Also, on the topic of visas, before you leave for the airport, make sure you understand the visa requirements for your passport at your destination. Nothing ruins the start of a holiday like rushing to verify a visa or finding out upon arrival you can’t enter the country, or need to go through a mountain of paperwork before you’re allowed to leave the airport.

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