Indian Embassy in Queensway, Hong Kong and Hong Kong Embassy in India are the reflection of an age old relations dating back to the 1840s. During the Prime Ministership of Jawaharlal Nehru, the Commission for India was set up in 1951 and was re-designated as Consulate General of India in 1996. The Consulate General also has accreditation to Macao, which continues after the reversion of the former Portuguese colony to Chinese administration in 1999. Today, the larger Indian communities are residing in Hong Kong and they have been able to integrate themselves into the mainstream of Hong Kong life. They have also organized themselves into many groups and organizations, of which two stand out. First is the Council of Hongkong Indian Associations (CHIA) which includes the India Association Hong Kong, Hindu Association, India Club, Hong Kong Indian Women's Club, Khalsa Diwan (Sikh Temple), Nav Bharat Club and the Non-Resident Indian Association etc. Second is the Indian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong (ICCHK) which deals with the trade and economic relationship between Hong Kong, Mainland China and India, as well as other parts of the world. The Consulate of India in Hong Kong has also maintained the cultural relationship with Hong Kong while participating in the cultural carnival organized by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2007.
Honorary Consulate General of India
16-D United Centre,
95 Queensway, Hong Kong
Telephone: +2528-4028, 2527-2275
Fax: (Chancery)+2866-4124,(CG s Office) 2865-4617
Passport/Visa applications/documents for attestation are accepted between 0930 hours to 1200 hours on working days.
Passports/Visa/attested documents are delivered between 1700 hours to 1730 hours on working days.