The Consulate-General of Malaysia in the Hong Kong SAR was established since 2 July 1971. It was known as the "Commission of Malaysia" before the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) and it was housed at the 25th Floor of Comfort Building, Connaught Road. On 2 June 1980, the Commission of Malaysia relocated to its current location at No. 50 Gloucester Road, Wanchai after the Malaysian Government acquired its own building, naming it "Malaysia Building".

 

The Consulate-General of Malaysia in Hong Kong caters to the needs of Malaysian citizens and visitors in the Hong Kong and Macao SARs. Other Malaysian government agencies operating in Hong Kong include the Immigration Department of Malaysia, the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (Tourism Malaysia) and the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE).

 

Malaysia-Hong Kong and Malaysia-Macao relations are based on the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ principle. Malaysia maintains close relations with both SARs with cooperation in various areas including education, art and culture, among others.

 

The Consulate-General is located in Wanchai on the 24/F of the Malaysia Building on Gloucester Road. You may find out more information about the Consulate-General from the following pages: