Sha Tau Kok Control Point is located inside the Frontier Closed Area. Cross-boundary visitor should possess a valid travel document. Non-cross-boundary travelers should possess a valid Closed Area Permit.
|Public Transport Services to / from Sha Tau Kok Control Point||1) Cross-boundary Coach Service|
|2) Cross-boundary Hire Car Services|
|Application for the Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles||1) General Application Procedures|
|Advice to Visitors||1) General Advice to Visitors Heading for Sha Tau Kok Control Point|
|Enquiries||1) Relevant Enquiries Hotlines|
Operating Hours of Sha Tau Kok Control Point
Daily from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm
Public Transport Services to / from Sha Tau Kok Control Point
1) Cross-boundary Coach Service
Visitors can use cross-boundary coaches to travel between Mainland and Hong Kong via the Sha Tau Kok Control Point. For details, please contact the cross-boundary coach associations and major cross-boundary coach operators at here.
2) Cross-boundary Hire Car Service
Visitors can use cross-boundary hire car to travel between Mainland China and Hong Kong via Sha Tau Kok Control Point. Please click here for information on how to identify and use authorised cross-boundary hire car. For details, please contact the cross-boundary hire car operators at here.
Application for the Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles
1) General Application Procedures
You are required to get an Approval Notice from the Public Security Bureau of Guangdong Province, complete other formalities in the Mainland, and get a Closed Road Permit from our Department before driving across the boundary.
How to apply for Closed Road Permits for Cross-boundary Vehicles
For details on the application for the Closed Road Permit, please call our department's hotline at 2804 2600. You may also contact the Public Security Bureau of Guangdong Province at (86) 20 83111536 for the application of Approval Notice.
Advice to Visitors
1) General Advice to Visitors Heading for Sha Tau Kok Control Point
Visitors should pay attention to the operating hours of the Control Point to ensure that there is adequate time to complete the arrival / departure procedures.
To avoid the peak hours, visitors should plan their trips well in advance and check the latest traffic and public transport information through different channels (e.g. websites and enquiries hotlines).
|1)||Relevant Enquiries Hotlines|
|Cross Boundary Coach Trade Associations & Operators||Details >>|
|Cross Boundary Hire Car Operators||Details >>|
|Transport Department||2804 2600 (Answered by 1823 Call Centre)|
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