Opulentus expertise in rendering outstanding Hong Kong immigration services

Planning to migrate and work in Hong Kong? Well, Hong Kong QMAS will be the right option to migrate and work in Hong Kong. Do you know the immigration process for Hong Kong? Want to know its visa process? Then approach the immigration consultants of Opulentus, who are experts in processing visa to Hong Kong. […]

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British Airways to stop in Hong Kong

British Airways has added Hong Kong to its growing list of stopover destinations in Asia, allowing Australians to take a break on the way to or from the airline’s London home. Travellers flying with the British carrier or one of its codeshare partners are now eligible to stop over in the Chinese territory for a […]

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New rule sees 1,400 immigrants ask for cash

More than 1,400 new immigrants have applied for welfare in the three weeks since Hong Kong’s top court overturned a rule restricting benefits to residents of at least seven years’ standing. Welfare experts said the number was fewer than expected and was now unlikely to increase significantly. Secretary for Labour and Welfare Matthew Cheung Kin-chung […]

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Places to See in Hong Kong

The Skyline  Hong Kong’s signature attraction; the crowd of skyscrapers arched around the waters of Victoria Harbour on Hong Kong Island are a jaw dropping sight. As the most impressive skyline in the world, you should make time to see the skyline both in the day, from Victoria Peak, and at night, when it plays […]

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Mobile App Designed to help Travellers Avoid Crowds at Border Checkpoints

The Immigration Department on Thursday launched a free mobile application to help travellers choose the least congested route in or out of the city. The Hong Kong Immigration app gives approximate waiting times for the city’s six control points bordering the mainland: Lo Wu, Lok Ma Chau Spur Line, Lok Ma Chau, Man Kam To, […]

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Hanging with Santa Claus in Hong Kong

Snow-deprived Hong Kong sounds like an odd pick for a winter getaway, but holidays in this former British colony explode with more Western tradition than Americans realize. Known as the Big Lychee, the island refuses to get out-Christmased by any other metropolis. Megawatt light shows put Vegas to shame. Holiday trees and festive displays exceed […]

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The Most Funtastic Places and Activities in Hong Kong

Giant Lantern   Hong Kong’s giant lantern called “Rising Moon” was built as part of Hong Kong’s Mid-Autumn Festival. Part of Hong Kong’s objective in building the lantern is to promote awareness on environmental conservation. As such, a total of 7,000 recycled 5-gallon plastic bottles make up the “Rising Moon.” The “Rising Moon” is powered […]

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