Getting Around


Hong Kong is geographically compact and the public transport system (bus, ferry or train) is efficient, relatively inexpensive and user friendly. Road signs in Hong Kong are bilingual in both English and Chinese. Detailed information of attractions is available Hong Kong Tourisum Board.


Passport & Visa Requirement


Visitors to Hong Kong should hold a passport with at least six months' validity. Nationals of most countries are not required to obtain visas for periods varying from 7 days to 180 days. Please note that a visa is required for some nationalities. The Organizer is NOT responsible for your individual arrangement. Further information is available at


China Visa


Participants planning to travel to mainland China should make their own visa arrangement. Visas can be obtained through the Visa Office of People's Republic of China. Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China in Hong Kong. China Travel Service (HK) Ltd, or China International Travel Service HK Ltd.




Division of Urology,
Department of Surgery
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Supported by

Urology Centre


CUHK Jockey Club Minimally Invasive Surgical Skills Centre
3/F Li Ka Shing Specialist Clinic (North Wing)
Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, NT, Hong Kong

Contact Us

Tel: +852 3505 2644
Fax: +852 3505 4708