Visitors arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport should be reminded that carrying sharp objects is prohibited in carry-on luggage. You may bring them in your check-in baggage. In addition, carry-on liquids, gels and aerosols must not exceed 100ml and must be packed in a transparent re-sealable bag.
Smoking is prohibited in all indoor public places, including restaurants, karaoke bars, malls and bars, and in both indoor and outdoor areas of some premises such as public beaches and swimming pools. It is also implemented in public transport facilities. Violators in designated NO SMOKING areas will be penalized HK$1,500.
Visitors 18 years and above are allowed to bring into Hong Kong a duty-free 1 liter (34 ounces) bottle of alcohol and maximum of 60 cigarettes (or 15 cigars or 75 grams of tobacco). You have to declare any dutiable commodities in excess of duty-free quotas. Import and export of products (especially dangerous drugs and firearms) into or out of Hong Kong is governed by laws. Find out more about dutiable commodities through Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department. Lastly, the Customs and Excise Department also takes vigorous action against copyright and trademark piracy.