Parcel delivery to Hong Kong

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Parcel delivery to Hong KongRich in culture and home to 7.1 million inhabitants, Hong Kong is a particularly attractive territory mainly due to its deep and natural harbour. Despite being under Chinese control now, Hong Kong and its people still enjoy strong ties with the UK. As a leading courier service with over 40 years’ experience, we have also been enjoying a great association with the country since 1972. So if you’re thinking of sending a parcel to Hong Kong, guess who you should be thinking of? Exactly. DHL.

With a network spanning over 220 countries and territories worldwide, our fast and secure parcel delivery service offers door-to-door deliveries to both UK and international destinations. All parcels are signed for on delivery and you can also track their journey for free by text, phone or online. The best part is that you can take advantage of all these facilities without having a DHL account. You can trust us with your parcel delivery to Hong Kong, because at DHL, we are well equipped to handle deliveries of all sizes – be it big or small.

DHL Hong Kong handled more than 19 million shipments in 2012 alone, which is an average of 76,800 per business day. Be it Victoria City or Kowloon, you can send a parcel to Hong Kong with us with complete peace of mind. Want to know how to send a parcel to Hong Kong? It’s simple. All you need to do is walk, click or call. Get a quote and select from our three options to send your parcel to Hong Kong.

Hong Kong at a glance

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Hong Kong flag

Country Facts

Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China

Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers in the world, with almost double that of New York

Hong Kong has the highest IQ average (107) in the world

Hong Kong has more Rolls Royce cars per person than any other city in the world

Chinese and English are the official languages of Hong Kong

Approximately three quarters of Hong Kong is rural, comprising of 24 country parks, scenic hills, woodlands, reservoirs and coastline

Pubic Holidays 2017*

1 January, Sunday - New Year’s Day

28 – 31 January, Saturday to Tuesday - Chinese Lunar New Year’s Day

4 April, Tuesday- Ching Ming Festival

14 April, Friday - Good Friday

15 April, Saturday - Holy Saturday

17 April, Monday - Easter Monday

1 May, Monday - Labour Day

3 May, Wednesday - Buddha’s birthday

30 May, Tuesday - Tuen Ng Festival

1 July, Saturday - HK SAR establishment day

1 October, Sunday - National day of the People’s Republic of China

5 October, Thursday - Day after mid-autumn festival

28 October, Saturday - Chung Yeung festival

25 December, Monday - Christmas Day

26 December, Tuesday - Boxing Day

* Public holidays in Hong Kong may affect our estimated transit times.

Do you have any questions?

We will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Please call us on:

0844 248 0828 *

Our opening hours are 07:30 - 20:00 Monday to Friday and 08:00 - 14:00 on Saturday.

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