Travel Information Flashcards Preview

Hong Kong TIC 2020 > Travel Information > Flashcards

Flashcards in Travel Information Deck (35)
Loading flashcards...

Effective from 1 August 2010, a passenger aged 18 or above is allowed to bring in Hong Kong, for his own use, A litre(s) of alcoholic liquor with an alcoholic strength above B by volume measured at a temperature of 20C exempted from duty. If the passenger holds a Hong Kong Identity Card, he must have spent C hours or longer outside Hong Kong.

A one
B 30%
C 24


Effective from 1 August 2010, a passenger aged 18 or above is allowed to bring in Hong Kong, for his own use, the following quantity of tobacco products exempted from duty: A cigarettes; or one cigar or B grams of cigars; or C grams of other manufactured tobacco.

A 19
B 25
C 25


Cross-Boundary Movement of Physical Currency and Bearer Negotiable Instruments Ordinance came into operation on 16 July 2018. Under the Ordinance, a traveller who arrives in Hong Kong and is in possession of a large quantity of currency and bearer negotiable instruments (CBNIs) with a total value of more than A must make a written declaration to a Customs Officer, using the Red Channel under the Red and Green Channel System.

A 120 000 HKD


Passengers taking High Speed Rail at the Hong Kong West Kowloon Station should arrive at least 45 minutes before the train departure to complete security check and relevant immigration formalities. Each passenger should not carry more than A kg of luggage for adults and B kg for children. The maximum total dimensions per piece of luggage should not exceed C cm.

A 20
B 10
C 130


As High Speed Rail (Hong Kong Section) does not provide baggage or parcel consignments, passenger may contact the service provider for parcel consignment and delivery services which is located in the Ticketing Concourse at level A in the station.

A B1


Group visitors who patronise a registered shop arranged by Travel Industry Council members are entitled to A protection if they are dissatisfied with their purchases. To apply for a refund, mainland visitors are required to make a refund request within B after purchase or C after purchase for overseas visitors

A a full refund
B 6 months
C 14 days


A is a Chinese Buddhist Monastery located on Universal Gate Road, Tai Po. It is overlooked by a 76 metres tall bronze B statue. The idea for the development of the monastery germinated with Mr C who as of mid 2015 has contributed over HK$1.7 billion

A Tsz Shan Monastery
B Guan Yin
C Li Ka Shing


Under the scheme administered by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), QTS-accredited establishments must pass stringent annual assessments showing that they meet high standard of product quality and service. This means they must A

A provide clearly displayed prices, display clear product information and ensure superb customer service


To cope with the future air traffic demand, construction for expanding Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) into a A commenced in August 2016. The Airport Authority also unveiled plans for B, a 25 hectare integrated development located next to HKIA that will comprise retail, dining and entertainment facilities, offices and hotels.

A three-runway system


After more than 3 years renovation, Avenue of Stars was re-opened on 31 January 2019 with many new features, including the A celebrity handprints.

A 107


The four statues erected along the Avenue of Stars are the statues of A.

A the Hong Kong Film Awards, Anita Mui, Bruce Lee and McDull


Situated in A, the 60 metre high Hong Kong Observation Wheel has 42 gondolas that comfortably seat B passengers and come equipped with high speed Wi-Fi.

A Central Harbourfront
B 8


The Hong Kong Tourism Board organises the 'Hong Kong A Festival' since 2009.

A Wine and Dine


A Symphony of lights has been awarded the world's Largest B by Guiness World Records. The nightly sectacle combines interactive lights of 47 buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbour

A Permanent Light and Sound Show


Opened in April 2016, Ani-Com Park@Harbour Fun is the first A in Hong Kong, adjacent to the B.

A selfie themed park
B Golden Bauhinia square


Tourism Commission in collaboration with Central and Western District Council and Leisure and Cultural Services Department, undertook the revitalisation of the Dr sun Yat-sen Historical Trail in 2018. Under the theme of 'A', nine local artists were engaged to redesign the B plaques with their idiosyncratic visual lingo to showcase the rich historical and cultural characteristic of Hong Kong.

A art across time
B 16


A is the highest indoor observation desk in Hong Kong. It is located on the 100th floor of the B. It offers visitors a magical bird's eye sweep of this world famous sight with an unbeatable 360 panoramic view

A Sky100
B International Commerce Centre


The Ocean Park's A is expected to open in 2020 as the first and only waterfront water park in South East Asia.

A Tai Shue Wan Water World


Stepping into 2019, the Hong Kong Disneyland will keep launching more all-new immersive attractions and experiences, including 'A: Nano Battle!' in the world of Marvel, the brand new B in the castle area, the 'World's Biggest Mouse Party' (celebrating the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse).

A Ant-Man and The Wasp
B Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique


What are the five marine parks in Hong Kong?

1 Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park
2 Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park
3 The Brothers Marine Park
4 Tung Ping Chau Marine Park
5 Yan Chau Tong Marine Park


The A Marine Reserve lies on the south-eastern tip of Hong Kong Island.

A Cape D'Aguilar


A is a visually spectacular 5.7km cable car journey, travelling between Tung Chung Town Center and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. The single journey lasts for about B minutes

A Ngong Ping Skyrail
B 25


Located in the far northwestern coast edge of Lantau Island, the Tai O fishing village has a population of around 5500. This is home to the Tanka people, a community of fisherfolk. Its distinctive A houses built over 200 years ago along the 15 metre wide Tai O creek have led to it being called the B

A stilt
B Oriental Venice


In 2015, Hong Kong Geopark was renamed A

A Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark


A geopark is a unique natural area with a special significance and natural and cultural landscapes, and serves the three objectives of A

A conservation, education and sustained development


The Sai Kung Volcanic Rock Region of the Hong Kong Geopark displays spectacular A.

A hexagonal volcanic rock columns


Hong Kong's A is one of the most important bird sanctuaries in Asia. Every winter, it is home for around B birds, including some endangered species.

A Mai Po Nature Reserve
B 50000


Tung Ping Chau is famous for Three Flats and one Wonder. Three flats are flat A. Tung Ping Chau is only 1.1km² in size.
As for the wonder, it refers to the famous B

A flat sea, flat island and flat rock
B shale


The A, which winds around the highest point on Hong Kong Island, begins at B Road near the Peak Tower. Visitors can see the world famous vista of Victoria Harbour from the Peak.

A Peak Circle Walk
B Lugard Road


Situated about 2km from the centre of Tai Po, A was designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest as early as 1980. It is famous location for watching butterflies in Asia. There are nearly B and about 50 of these are not commonly seen in Hong Kong.

A Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve
B 180