Hong Kong is officially part of China, but actually functions as an autonomous county. This former British colony has a subtropical climate with distinct seasons. For travellers, modern Hong Kong is often part of their trip around the world or their round trip through China. If you take part in such a round trip, we recommend taking into account the risk of catching a (tropical) diseases to which you may not be resistant. Besides this, it is wise to be aware of the air pollution. There is no malaria in Hong Kong. Our nurses gladly provide advice regarding health risks and are happy to tell you which vaccines you require. Click here to make an appointment with one of our KLM Health Services nurses. Travel carefree and return home at ease.
Hong Kong vaccinations: an overview of health risks
We recommend vaccinations for Hong Kong. Vaccines can guard you and your children against common (tropical) diseases to which you are likely not resistant. Below the most common diseases is listed, so you can see at a glance which specific vaccinations you require for your trip to Hong Kong and what additional precautions you can take to reduce health risks.