Welcome to 2021 3rd Asia IoT Technologies Conference

Visa Guide

Visa Application

Immigration and customs processes in Hong Kong are clear and efficient. Here, we’ve got all the info you’ll need to ensure you’re prepared for a smooth entry so you can just get on with what’s most important: having a good time in the city!


In general, all visitors to Hong Kong must have a passport that is valid for at least one month after the period of their intended stay in Hong Kong. However, documents issued to stateless persons must be valid for a minimum of two months after the period of intended stay. Please contact the Immigration Department for further details.

Nationals of most countries do not require a visa to enter Hong Kong for tourism and can stay for periods varying from seven to 180 days, depending on nationality. If you’re unsure of your status, please check with any Chinese embassy or consulate.

More than 100 countries and territories have representative offices in Hong Kong. Their contact details are listed here. You can also find further details about visa requirements on the Immigration Department website.


This pass provides simplified immigration procedures for frequent business travellers who hold valid passports and are eligible to come to Hong Kong without a visa or entry permit for the purposes of a visit.

Invitation Letters 

1. The invitation letter will be issued after the successful registration issued by the AIOTT Committee Board.
2. Your name must be listed exactly as it appears on your passport. Any differences between the name on your passport and the name on your invitation letter or other documentation could lead to a delay and/or denial of your visa.
3. Please note AIOTT Conference and the organizing committees of the conference are not authorized to assist with the VISA process beyond providing the Notification of Invitation Letter issued by AIOTT Conferences and conference Committee Board. Should your application be denied, AIOTT Conferences and the organizing committee of the conference cannot change the decision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, nor will AIOTT Conferences and the organizing committee of the conference engage in discussion or correspondence with the MOFA or the Embassy on behalf of the applicant. The registration fee cannot be refunded when the VISA application of individual being denied.
4. It takes around one month for the Embassy to process the VISA application, please register as early as you can to make sure you have enough time.

Hello Hong Kong

From intangible culture to world-class theme parks. From mouth-watering street food, to breathtaking natural vistas and beyond, Hong Kong has it all!

A walk through Old Town Central's highlights

There’s no shortage of attractions in Old Town Central, from decades-old temples to chic rooftop bars. To help you make the most of your time in this vibrant neighbourhood, we’ve put together this highlight route, which allows you to discover some of the best historic monuments, shops and restaurants in the area. Whether you’re looking to learn about the colourful heritage of this district or sample some delicious local eats, this walking tour will introduce you to the very best that Old Town Central has to offer while also helping you to discover some other hidden gems along the way.

Feeling Hong Kong's beach vibes

Hong Kong Island packs a lot of beach into a little bit of land. While the north-side districts of Central and Western, Wan Chai and Eastern are crammed with glass and steel skyscrapers and towering apartment blocks, Southern district boasts bay after bay of golden sand and calm waters that are safe for a splash and swim with family and friends year-round. Whether you want to dive in for some water sports, dine by the seaside, or simply find a patch of sand to chill out, the Island’s southern coastline has a beach for everyone. Running from south-east to south-west there are: surfy Big Wave Bay; village-y Shek  O; touristy Stanley; secluded Chung  Hom Kok; chilled South Bay; flamboyant Middle Bay; glitzy Repulse Bay; and leafy Deepwater Bay. Below is a rundown of a few of our favourites.

MacLehose Trail: hike one of the world's 20 dream trails

The crown jewel of Hong Kong’s amazing network of hiking trails, the 100-kilometre-long MacLehose Trail — named after Hong Kong’s longest-serving colonial governor — is a true test of stamina and one of the best ways to enjoy the stunning scenery of the New Territories.

The route begins along the east coast, hugging the coastline of the Sai Kung peninsula, before heading up over some of Hong Kong’s highest peaks. The 10-section trail takes in no fewer than eight of the city’s country parks before winding to an end near the reservoirs of Tuen Mun in the west.



1. The information above is for reference only. The itinerary may vary due to the number of people.

2. Onsite Registration for Tour is unacceptable. Please complete the tour registration before the registration deadline.