Travel insurance Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a land of contrasts, situated between the South China Sea and the surrounding mountains, offering a diversity of landscapes of remarkable beauty. To make the most of your stay, discover our tips and don't forget to take out international health insurance!

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Before leaving for Hong Kong, have you prepared your trip carefully? Here’s some information to help you plan your trip with peace of mind. For peace of mind, remember to take out international travel insurance for Hong Kong. Good health cover will help you avoid financial and legal complications in the event of an accident. Mondassur can help you choose your travel insurance and advise you on the different offers available on the market, to find the formula best suited to your situation and needs.

Hong Kong Travel Insurance
Travel Pass

Cost-effective international health insurance for your trip to Hong Kong.



/ trip

Hong Kong Travel Insurance
Horizon 365

Appropriate health insurance if you travel at least twice a year.



/ year

Hong Kong Travel Insurance
Gold Start

Our international health insurance for trips lasting more than 90 days.



/ month

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How to choose travel insurance for Hong Kong?

When should you travel to Hong Kong?

The best time to visit Hong Kong is between October and December, or in March. During these periods, temperatures are mild and the weather is dry. Beware: Hong Kong has a rainy and hot season from May to September.

What's the climate like in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate. Temperatures range from 12 to 32°C. Summers are particularly hot and humid, with 80% of annual precipitation falling between May and September. Summer is also the time of typhoons (strong winds), especially from July onwards. Hong Kong winters are dry. We therefore recommend visiting the country between October and January, when temperatures range from 15 to 21°C.

Local specialities in Hong Kong

A few culinary specialities will catch your interest:

– Dim Sum, steamed bites with a variety of fillings

– Siu Mei, poultry (duck, goose, etc.) lacquered and roasted

– dried shrimp egg noodles,

Street food, especially fish balls, for their texture

– Chee Cheong Fun, thick rice noodles with soy sauce or spices

– Gai Daan Tsai, or Hong-Kong Waffle, a waffle with soft bubbles

What to do in Hong Kong

The must-see show in Hong Kong is the Symphony of Lights. This sound and light show takes place every evening at 8pm in Victoria Harbour. According to Guinness World Records, it would be the largest of its kind. If you can, dine in a rooftop restaurant overlooking the show.

Other must-sees during your stay: the Avenue of Stars, the Clock Tower and Golden Bauhinia Square. The first is Hong Kong’s equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame , featuring a statue of Bruce Lee and his footprints. The Clock Tower is the arrival point for thousands of Chinese who migrated to Hong Kong. Golden Bauhinia Square contains the symbol of Hong Kong, donated by China on its reintegration in 1997.

Feel like shopping? Visit the traditional markets of Mongkok and Yau Ma Tei. For the ladies, we recommend the Lady’s Market in Tung Choi (Mongkok), rich in clothing and accessories. Every night, Temple Street is transformed into a popular bazaar, alive with singing and fortune-tellers.

For panoramic views, head for Victoria Peak or Star Ferry. To reach the peak, take the streetcar: an interesting experience for all visitors. You’ll be able to see the city from the air. The Star Ferry is a must, offering panoramic views of the bay and skyscrapers.

If you prefer an excursion into nature, you can also visit the surrounding islands. It’s not uncommon to come across monkeys and other local animals. Lantou Island is also home to the Tian Tan Buddha temple, where you can recharge your batteries away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

If you’re short of ideas, don’t hesitate to visit Macau. The boat trip between the two towns lasts an hour.

Le point culture

Before traveling to Hong Kong, find out more about the local culture. This will save you a few missteps. In particular, sticking chopsticks into food is frowned upon. This gesture is reserved for offerings for the deceased. So always lay your chopsticks flat on one side of your bowl. Add to this non-exhaustive list: don’t touch children’s heads, and never raise your voice in front of a room. It is not customary to haggle over prices outside markets.

Choosing travel insurance for Hong Kong

Please note that the quality and price of care vary greatly from one country to another. Our article on the healthcare system in Hong Kong provides information on the country’s healthcare conditions. For peace of mind when traveling, it’s important to take out travel insurance. This way, you can protect your family from any eventuality, and make the most of your vacation. Mondassur offers you an insurance policy tailored to your needs, providing excellent coverage at a very good price: the Travel Pass.
  • Medical expenses reimbursed at 100% of actual costs, up to 500,000 Euros
  • Reimbursement of emergency dental expenses
  • Direct payment in the event of hospitalization
  • 24/7 medical assistance platform
  • Free medical information telephone service available 24/7
  • Repatriation assistance and accident cover
  • Third-party liability, including for your vacation rental
  • Luggage insurance
This overseas health insurance covers travelers worldwide up to the age of 85, at a cost starting from €30 per person per trip. Mondassur saves you time by researching and selecting the insurance best suited to your situation, and by offering you the opportunity to take out and obtain your insurance certificate quickly. Our team is also available to answer any questions you may have by e-mail or telephone. Every policyholder has access to a 24/7 medical platform accessible from anywhere in the world.
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