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More than 9 million holiday travellers expected to visit HK

83.5% will be passing through the BCPs.

More than nine million travellers will pass through Hong Kong's sea, land, and air control points during the Ching Ming and Easter season from 1 April to 10 April, the Immigration Department said. 83.5% of the travelers will enter and leave through the land border control points (BCPs).

Approximately 522,000 and 519,000 passengers will cross the BCPs, either outbound or inbound, on 7 and 10 April, respectively. The Lo Wu Control Point will be the busiest, with an estimated 2.2 million passengers passing through.

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Expect heavy traffic at the Lok Ma Chau Spur Line and Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, as 147,000 and 138,000 passengers will travel through these control points.

The department advised the travellers to plan their trips ahead of time and avoid going on the road during peak hours.

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