- Enhancing and strengthening Malaysia’s ties with the Special Administrative Regions
- Promote Trade , Investment, Tourism and Other Economic activities
- Enhancing Malaysia’s image through promotional and information work
- Promotion of social-cultural activities ; and
- Improving and strengthening services to all clients
The Consulate-General of Malaysia in Hong Kong has been in existence since 2 July 1971. It was known as the Commission of Malaysia before the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR). Previously, the Consulate was housed at the Comfort Building, Connaught Road. On 2 June 1980, the Consulate relocated to its current location at 50 Gloucester Road, Wanchai after the Malaysian Government acquired the building and renamed it Malaysia Building.
Aside from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia, three other Government Agencies operate under the Consulate: the Immigration Department of Malaysia, Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board and Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE).
The current Consul-General is Mr. Yap Wei Sin who assumed the post on 21 March 2019.