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Your Essential Hong Kong Address Book

By Amanda Sheppard 4 January 2019
Forget the little black book – these are the essential phone numbers and dates you really need to know to stay prepped for every occasion in Hong Kong.
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Emergencies

Ambulance, Fire, Police 999 SMS Emergency Hotline for Speech/Hearing Impaired People 992 Police Department Hotline 2527 7177 Fire Department Hotline 2723 8787 Police Complaints 2866 7700 Anti-Scam Helpline 18222 Emergency Ambulance Services 2735 3355 (Fire Services Department) 1878 000 (St. John Ambulance)

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Crisis and Helplines

Directory Enquiries 1081 The Samaritans 2896 0000 Harmony House (Refuge for Victims of Domestic Violence) 2342 0072 CancerFund Support Hotline 3656 0800 Alcoholics Anonymous 9073 6922 Cocaine Anonymous 8101 1125 Hong Kong Red Cross 2802 0021 Youth Outreach Children’s Crisis Centre 2622 2890 HK Automobile Association 3583 3628 Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) 2802 0501 Animal Rescue Hotline 2711 1000

Hospitals

Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital 2572 0211 Matilda International Hospital 2849 0111 Gleneagles Hospital 3153 9000 Queen Mary Hospital 2255 3838 Ruttonjee Hospital 2291 2000 St Paul’s Hospital 2890 6008 St Teresa’s Hospital 2200 3434

Other Useful Numbers

1823 Call Centre (One-Stop Government Hotline Service) 1823 Hong Kong International Airport 2181 8888 Hong Kong Immigration Department 2824 6111 Hongkong Post 2921 2222 HK Observatory 1878 200 MTR Hotline 2881 8888 Taxi Lost & Found Hotline 1872 920 DB Ferry Hotline 3651 2345
Read more! Mark these dates on your calendar to make the most of your annual leave in 2019, and explore more helpful tips in our How To section.

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Following a brief and bitterly cold stint in Scotland, Amanda returned to Hong Kong—a place she’s called home for over 18 years—to begin her career as a writer. She can often be found getting lost somewhere very familiar, planning her next holiday, and enjoying a cup (or three) of good, strong coffee.

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