How long does it take for a parcel to reach India from Hong Kong using Hong Kong post?
i have ordered some non electronic stuff from Hong Kong. Its been 2 weeks and i haven't received it yet.
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The distance from India to hong kong is 2,398 miles or 3,860 kilometers. A typical flight between India and hong kong would have a flying time of about 4 hours, 48 minutes. This assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/hr or 434 knots. Your exact time may vary depending on wind speeds.
You are recommended to send parcel via the shipping agent in China. They provide International Post Air Mail services include China Post, Hong Kong Post, etc), International Express & Courier Service (UPS, EMS, DHL, FedEx), and their special designed China to Europe Direct Mail Service. Their price is much cheaper then the official price of each shipping method.
Gateway is a point where an international passenger gets his connecting flight to reach his final destination.For an Example a passenger takes Cathay pacific to reach to San Francisco SoHe will get his connecting flight from Hongkong to reach Sanfrancisco as the flight goes Via Hongkong(Bangalore - Hong Kong - San Francisco)
Many travelers to Hong Kong are shocked by the high cost of accommodation. It is true that many of the hotels on the main island of Hong Kong are surprisingly expensive. For great Hong Kong hotel deals, look to other islands like Kowloon and Lantau. Using the MTR you can travel around quickly and still save a significant amount of money.
From your question, I suppose you are asking about a coin from Hong Kong minted in 1934. The inscription on the coin was, "George V King and Emperor of India". Ergo, the man on the obverse is King/Emperor George the Fifth. In 1934 Hong Kong minted only One Cent coins. The value of these range from 60 cents to $18.6. In the future please add a condition of the coin so I can value it…