Before sending a mail item, it is advised to check:
☑ if sender’s address is written
☑ correct addressee’s address
☑ sufficient postage
Write the sender's name and address in the top left-hand corner on the front of the envelope or on the back of the envelope to facilitate the return of undeliverable mail.
Postmen rely on the address on the mail to deliver it to the addressee. Please print or write the address clearly and accurately.
An online “Correct Addressing” tool at Hongkong Post website and Hongkong Post Mobile App is provided to facilitate the general public to easily find the correct address format for local post. The tool also enables you to print the address on envelopes and address labels for posting or other purposes.
|Step 1||Download Hongkong Post Mobile App|
|Step 2||Select "Correct Addressing Tool"|
|Step 3||Select "Search Address"|
|Step 4||Save the address or print address labels|
|Step 1||Click "Other Tools" at www.hongkongpost.hk|
|Step 2||Click "Correct Addressing Tool"|
|Step 3||Search by "Estate/Building Name/Street Name" or by "Structured Address" (in the order of Region, District, Estate Name (or Street Name), Building Name, Floor and Unit). Follow the steps displayed to enter the address you want to search.|
|Step 4||Preview the correct address format. You can then choose to print the address on an envelope or print address labels.|
*You can also choose “Address in QR code” or other function.
*Tips: To ensure timely delivery, please use this tool to check the correct address format if you have changed your correspondence address.
To make mail sorting a much more efficient task for our mechanized letter sorting system, please print or write the address within the address zone as shown below:
Remark: Postcode system is not in place in Hong Kong. If it is required to input postcode of Hong Kong at website(s), you may leave the field blank or try to fill in with "000", "0000", "000000" or "HKG" which are frequently used by others nowadays.
It is important for the addressee's address to be written in a language that can be understood by both the local and overseas postal staff. The address should be written legibly in Roman letters and Arabic numerals. The address may be written in the language of the country of destination but the city and country names must be written in ENGLISH. Include a postal code, if any.
An address written in Chinese characters is acceptable for local mail as well as the mail sending to The Mainland, Macao and Taiwan.
You may refer to the Post Office Guide for more information on the posting requirements of overseas postal administration. The Post Office Guide is available at all Post Offices and the Hongkong Post website.
|Tel :||2921-2222 (24-hour Service Hotline)|