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Currency for Hong Kong.

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The Hong Kong Dollar (HKD; symbol HK$) = 100 cents is the main currency in Hong Kong. Although Hong Kong operates its own currency it still accepts the US dollars.

Notes are in denominations of HK$1,000, 500, 100, 50, 20 and 10.

Coins are in denominations of HK$10, 5, 2 and 1, and 50, 20 and 10 cents.

Need to send money to Hong Kong?

The IBAN includes various codes, like your branch and account numbers, and is the standard system for sending payments across Europe. Japan does not have IBAN data.(IBAN is in Europe only.) Japan operate by BIC codes and can usually be found on your bank statement or other paperwork, along with your SWIFT code.

There are further technical details below, although the currency providers will take care of ensuring payment details are in the correct format before initiating any payments on your behalf.

Typical time for transfer to arrive: 1 to 2 working days when sent through Currency Broker

Hong Kong Dollar bank charges: Usually none, although we cannot guarantee this

Payment details needed:

**- Name and Address of Beneficiary**
**- Name and Address of Thai Bank**
**- Account Number**
**- BIC (Bank Identifier Code) or SWIFT code (optional) or other routing instructions**

The BIC (Bank Identifier Code) or SWIFT code are made up of 8 or 11 characters and should mirror the following format;

Hong Kong BIC or SWIFT code Format: BBBBCCLL or BBBBCCLLDDD

B = Bank Code (Only Letters)
C = Country Code ‘BG’ (Only Letters)
L = Location Code (Letters & Digits)
D = Branch Code Optional (‘XXX’ for Head Office – Letters & Digits)

Use our comparison website Send Money Home to see who can assist you in your currency exchange see which company ticks all the boxes when it comes to sending your money to Hong Kong. There are so many companies available but ensure you are getting the best currency exchange rate and are offering no money transfer fees over 15000 to 120,000. Ensure you get the best rate, remember you are not the expert they are so ask as many questions as you need getting expert advice all the way.

All of the currency providers listed on Send Money Home Website have been carefully vetted by sendmoneyhome.co.uk, All currency providers are regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and operate segregated client accounts. When you need to send money to the Hong Kong consider using one of these companies and save money compared to using your high street bank.

Sending Money to Hong Kong?

When you need to transfer money to Hong Kong use a foreign exchange specialist website as a great alternative. whatever you need to transfer money to Hang Seng Bank, HSBC, Bank of China, International Bank of Asia, Kwong On Bank, China Construction Bank or another Chinese bank. Wherever you wish to transfer money to San Po Kong, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon City, Wu Kai Sha, Wong Chuk Hang, Tsim Sha Tsui or elsewhere in Hong Kong send money home will enable you to make cheap, fast and secure money transfers.When you click the ‘Open an Account / Get a Quick Quote’ button, you will be directed to the currency providers website where you need to open an account before you can send money to the Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is one of two special administrative regions (SAR) of the People's Republic of China with the other being Macau. The official languages spoken in Hong Kong are Chinese and English and it is the most densely populated city in the world. Hong Kong also has the largest number of skyscrapers in the world with an estimated 8000 skyscraper buildings.

Consider that there are a number of ways you could transfer money to Hong Kong so it is a good idea that you take these options into account as this will help you to find the easiest and least expensive way of transferring money internationally. Making currency transfers through a currency transfer bureau is another solution when you need to make international money transfers to Hong Kong yet once again is expensive as a result of poor exchange rates and transfer fees as high as 10-15%.