Pounds GBP to Hong Kong dollar HKD exchange rate

  • Find our best GBP to HKD rates online 

  • Choose collection or delivery to get your Hong Kong dollars conveniently

  • Order between £400 and £2,500 - and get better rates the more you buy

Buy travel money

GBP The minimum spend is £400
HKD

Buy more for a better online rate

Min £400.00, max £2,500.00

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Hankering for Hong Kong? Get your travel money from Post Office

Hong Kong is a populous, captivating hub of cultural mixes and unique identity that draws an international crowd year-round. If you’re travelling through, make sure you’ve got your holiday cash.

You can order online with Post Office and get our best rates. Buying when the exchange rate is good means that you can lock in the rate. Choose to get your online currency orders delivered to your home or collect it from any of our branches – use our branch finder tool to find your nearest participating branch. Or you can order in one of our thousands of participating branches if you prefer to pop in. If you order by 3pm, collection or delivery can be as soon as the next working day.

Another option is to load up a Travel Money Card with Hong Kong dollars. Our prepaid Mastercard® can be used anywhere you see the Mastercard or contactless payment sign. Hong Kong is very plastic-friendly, but if you do need cash then you can use your TMC to make withdrawals from the many ATMs, but be sure to check that they accept Mastercard® before using.

Grab your Hong Kong dollars at the Post Office – and the more you buy, the better the rate

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Buy your Hong Kong dollars with us

  • Voted ‘Best Foreign Exchange/Travel Money Retailer’ at the British travel Awards 2020
  • 0% commission on over 60 currencies, great rates online and a better rate the more you buy
  • Order travel money online or in participating branches up to five days in advance
  • We’ll refund you every cent if your holiday’s cancelled or buy back unused currency notes
  • Order online by 3pm and we can deliver your cash the next working day*
  • Or you can pick up your holiday cash in branch the next working day if you order by 3pm
  • Delivery’s free on orders of £500+, or £4.99 for orders of £400 to £4.99
  • For a small, £1.50 fee we do home deliveries on Saturdays
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*Home delivery is via Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm.

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Click & Collect at branch

Get hold of your holiday money quickly. Pick it up from the dedicated Travel Money counter at your nearest Post Office. 

Click & Deliver service

Want your cash delivered tomorrow? Order by 3pm today for delivery to your home.

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Travel tech for Hong Kong

Our Travel Money Card allows you to transfer between currencies, pay with chip and PIN and contactless anywhere you see the Mastercard® sign and withdraw cash all over the world. Download our free Travel app to load your Hong Kong dollar, monitor your spending, view your PIN and freeze / unfreeze your card as well as much more.

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How far could your Hong Kong dollar go?

Hong Kong isn’t famous for its budget holidays, but by spending wisely you can still do things without breaking the bank. Or, if you’re planning the holiday of a lifetime, there’s more than enough high-end cultural fare on offer to keep you entertained for as long as you’re there.

Accommodation and food are the main expenses, and both can be done cheaply – but Hong Kong isn’t a particular hotspot for backpackers. Of course, hostel stays are available, but you will have more choice if you aim for hotel accommodation.

Noodle bars can offer cheap and delicious food and from there the sky’s the limit for what you can spend on fine dining. Hong Kong is a foodie’s dream, with its unique history and mix of cultural traditions all going into the pot of the city’s cuisine.

  • Beds in dorms can start from as little as £20
  • While budget hotel rooms can start from around £45
  • Get an Octopus card (the HK equivalent of London’s Oyster card) to keep travel costs down on the city’s world-leading public transport system
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Some common questions

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