Immigration Control Point
Luohu serves as an important immigration control between Hong Kong and Mainland China. Two immigration control points, Luohu and Man Kam To, are located in the Luohu district. The Luohu immigration point is the busiest land boundary patrol in Mainland China and Hong Kong.
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