Consulate in Hong Kong Diplomatic representation of Burma.
Information on consular services of the
Consulate of Burma in Hong Kong. On this
website you will find general information
about the Consulate of Burma in
Consulate of Burma in Hong Kong
Rooms 2401-2405, 2436-2440
Sun Hung Kai Centre
30 Harbour Road, Hong Kong
Opening Hours Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. -- 12:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m. -- 5:00 p.m.
Consul-General Wai Lwin Than
Hong Kong Consulates: The tourism industry in Hong Kong is seen as a very important part of the local economy. Major tourist markets outside the South-East Asia regions are leasure and
business travellers from Africa, Middle East and Europe. Foreign visitors from over 170 countries are able to visit Hong Kong without a visa for periods from seven days to 180 days depending on the country of origin.
Since tourism is a major growing market in Hong Kong many foreign countries have established consulate missions in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong you can find Consulates, Consulates-general and
Hong Kong Consulate Assistance - a Hong Kong Consulate mission mainly would offer the majority of services that would be provided by their parent foreign Embassy but the smaller Honorary
consulates in Hong Kong often offer more limited consular assistance. The bigger consulates in Hong Kong usually offer services related to renewal or replacements of passports, visa and entry matters and other general consular
assistance available to Hong Kong citizens and foreign travellers. Honorary consulates in Hong Kong are mainly limited foreign missions and generally represented by a independent person with limted consular powers.
Hong Kong consulates also play a major role in business promotion between Hong Kong and foreign countries. All the major consulates in Hong Kong arrange yearly trade missions from abroad to
promote international trade and establish business contacts.
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Consulates in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong there are
more than 150 Consulates and
permanent foreign representations. There are
also High Commissions with limited powers.