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Important phone numbers in Hong Kong

Here are the numbers and websites that will be your go-to list when you live in Hong Kong.  We’ve included emergency numbers, transport phone numbers and other key sites and organisations to help you make the most of living in Hong Kong.  Network,  join associations, volunteer, make like-minded friends. Bookmark this page!

Emergency

Police departments | police.gov.hk

  • Emergency service (police, ambulance, fire) 999
  • Police hotline (enquiries) 2527 7177
  • Police FAX for hearing impaired (registered users only) 992

Fire & Rescue

Hong Kong St John Ambulance

Important numbers in Hong Kong

Directory Assistance

Local Weather Hong Kong | observatoryhko.gov.hk

  • General Enquiries 2926 8200
  • Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal Enquiries 1878 200
  • Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal (No 3 & above) 2835 1473

Taxis | td.gov.hk

Hong Kong Taxi

Public Hospitals Hong Kong

  • Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital (Chai Wan) 2595 6111
  • Queen Mary Hospital (Pok Fu Lam) 2255 3111

Kowloon

  • Kowloon Hospital (Mong Kok) 3129 6033
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Jordan) 2958 8888
  • Princess Margaret Hospital (Cheung Sha Wan) 2990 1210
  •  Tseung Kwan O Hospital (Tseung Kwan O) 2208 0111

New Territories

Private Hospitals

  • The Canossa Hospital (The Peak) 2522 2181
  • Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital (Wong Chuk Hang) 3153 9000
  • Hong Kong Adventist Hospital (Stubbs Road) 3651 8888
  • Hong Kong Baptist Hospital (Kowloon Tong) 2339 8888
  • Hong Kong Sanitorium & Hospital (Happy Valley) 2572 0211
  • Matilda International Hospital (The Peak) 2849 1500
  • OT&P Healthcare Medical Clinics (Central, Wan Chai, Repulse Bay, Clearwater Bay, Discovery Bay) 2155 9055 | otandp.com
  • St Paul’s Hospital (Causeway Bay) 2890 6008
  • St Teresa’s Hospital (Kowloon City) 2200 3434

Supermarkets

Travel Agents

Associations, Community & Volunteer Organisations

Pets

Moving & Relocation

 

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This article first appeared in the City Guide 2019 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.