The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore announced that Singaporeans whose age is 11 or above will be able to clear immigration at faster pace in Hong Kong.
Individuals holding Singapore passports and have traveled Hong Kong for at least three times will be permitted to use automated clearance gates, or e-Channel of Hong Kong. Qualified people will be allowed to use e-Channel at Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal or International Airport, stressed ICA.
Nonetheless, individuals between 11 and 17 years of age must be travelled either with a parent or guardian and submit proof stating the relationship, added ICA.
Individuals holding Hong Kong passports will be allowed to benefit from the same service at Tuas Checkpoint, Woodlands Checkpoint, Changi Airport, and the ICA Building.