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I understand that Canadian pp holders can stay in HK for 90 days. Is it possible to hop over to Macau and then return for another 90 day stay?
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Yes, unless there is suspicion you're trying to do this overstay in Hong Kong, they will give you an additional 90 days on re-entry.
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Hairball wrote:
Dec 1st, 2016 11:15 pm
Yes, unless there is suspicion you're trying to do this overstay in Hong Kong, they will give you an additional 90 days on re-entry.
What if I have right to abode in the People's Republic of China - Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong?
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iEyeCaptain wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2016 9:04 am
What if I have right to abode in the People's Republic of China - Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong?
You can stay forever, just be sure to pledge allegiance to the party of the people when entering the country.
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Hairball wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2016 11:48 am
You can stay forever, just be sure to pledge allegiance to the party of the people when entering the country.
That won't be a problem, I pledge allegiance and loyalty to the People's Republic of China every night before I go to bed.
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iEyeCaptain wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2016 2:08 pm
That won't be a problem, I pledge allegiance and loyalty to the People's Republic of China every night before I go to bed.
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crouchingbunny wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2016 12:48 am
Which is better , Hong Kong Disneyland or Ocean Park ?
I hated Disney Hong Kong,so crowded with mainlanders....but perhaps because I've also been to Disneyland,California, Disneyland Paris and DisneyWorld,Florida . Ocean Park was a better experience(but also crowded with mainlanders!) because of the Aquatic shows and Panda's,as well as the many rides. I haven't been to either for a good many years,so don't know what they're like now.......
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crouchingbunny wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2016 12:48 am
Which is better , Hong Kong Disneyland or Ocean Park ?
I think Hong Kong Disneyland is pretty good if you like Disney stuff. I've also been to the Disneyland in California, while it is a little bigger, the HK one is a bit nicer cause it's far newer. There's also a new Iron Man section this year!

At the end it depends what you like doing.
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hey m9, y u no postings in chariot forum anymore?
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crouchingbunny wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2016 12:48 am
Which is better , Hong Kong Disneyland or Ocean Park ?
Ocean Park by far. That said, depending on the season and day you go to Ocean Park, you can go on every single ride in a day. Back in September I waited at most 5 minutes for one ride.

It'd be easier if you posted all your questions in one post.
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Ocean Park by far... Disneyland is way too overcrowded and understaffed. The one in Florida is way better. You get some dolphins show, panda and exhibitions in Ocean Park too.
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Mulder and Scully wrote:
Dec 6th, 2016 9:23 pm
Ocean Park by far. That said, depending on the season and day you go to Ocean Park, you can go on every single ride in a day. Back in September I waited at most 5 minutes for one ride.

It'd be easier if you posted all your questions in one post.
Thanks for everyone's reply! Ocean Park for me!
I thought I would start a "Hong Kong" thread,like there is a Japan thread,Vietnam thread,Thailand thread,Las Vegas thread etc so other's with any HK travel questions can look in just one thread. :)

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