With a CELTA/Trinity TESOL and native English / native looks, you should be ok. They will haggle you on the wages (maybe $150+/hour).
Obviously, it's much better with a degree, but it's not impossible to teach in HK.
This isn't part of your question, but it's just me being nosey, but do consider that you may really enjoy teaching in Hong Kong, because if you did then the next logical step could be to take a PGDE/PGCE.
This would enable you to teach in schools (therefore, better career benefits and salary).
Or, with good looks and a smart tongue, you could be those "Tutor Gods", thus earning mega bucks (not that I'm encouraging you to do so cause I detest their teaching philosophies).
Although, a degree would be required for PGDE, only if you were interested in a career in teaching.
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on 27 Jan 2013, 16:19, edited 1 time in total.
Former Native English Teacher in Hong Kong for 3 years.
British Born Chinese.