About Us About Consulate

The Consulate General of India was previously known as the Commission for India in Hong Kong. It was set up in 1951 and was re-designated as Consulate General of India on October 15, 1996, in advance of China’s assumption of sovereignty over Hong Kong from the British on July 01, 1997. The Consulate General also performs consular functions in respect of Macau, which too reverted from Portuguese to Chinese administration on December 20, 1999.





Unit A, 16th Floor

United Centre

95 Queensway



Passport, Consular and Commerce Wings:


Unit D, 16th Floor

United Centre

95 Queensway



Telephone: (852) 3970 9900

Fax No : 852-28664124


Nearest MTR Station: Admiralty – Exit D


(United Centre is situated opposite Exit D of Admiralty Station. Use the escalators to reach the lift lobby on the 2nd floor of the United Centre and then take the designated elevators to reach the Consulate)


Public Service Timings (Monday to Friday) :


Submission of Documents: 0930 hours to 1200 hours

Collection of Documents: 1700 hours to 1730 hours at Unit D, 16th Floor