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China | Tips | Regulations | Customs
Customs For the convenience of tourists,we would like to give a brief introducion to the relevant regulations of the Chinese Customs as follows: 1. Customs Clearance According to related laws and regulations, the luggage of inbound and outbound passengers must be under customs supervision and control. Passengers should make factually d...
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China | Tibet | Travel | Tips | Prepare | Tibet travel Permit
There are overall four documents required for foreign tourists who want to travel freely in Tibet. One is the Chinese Visa, which you can apply for in Chinese Embassy in your country, one is Tibet Permit (See the copy at the bottom), which you have to obtain it in advance in order to enter Tibet, one is the Alien's Travel Permit when you are planni...
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China | Tips | Currency
The unit of Renminbi is a yuan and with smaller denominations called jiao and fen. The conversion among the three is: 1 yuan = 10 jiao =100 fen RMB is issued both in notes and coins. The denominations of paper notes include 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 yuan; 5, 2 and 1 jiao; and 5, 2 and 1 fen. The denominations of coins are 1 yuan; 5, 2 and 1 jiao...
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China | Climate | Tips | Region | North | South | Climate of China
China's climate can be compared to that of the United States in that there are four seasons, a primarily temperate climate, and conditions that vary widely from region to region. North Winters in the north fall between December and March and are incredibly cold. Beijing's temperature does not rise above 32 degrees Fahrenheit, although it will g...
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China | Travel | Tips | Tour Planning | Electricity in China
When you travel to China, you are suggested to check the packing list whether a transformer is necessary. The electricity in China is generally 220V, 50HZ, Hong Kong is 200V; and Taiwan is 110V. There are three main types of voltage converter. Resistor-network converters will usually be advertised as supporting something like 50-1600 Watts....
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China | Travel | Tips | Visa | Visa on Arrival
For people who would normally require to obtain a visa in advance there are certain emergency situations which will permit them to get a visa on arrival. These will always require an invitation from an accredited Chinese organization which explains the emergency, (mostly related to business purposes which from the Chinese perspective it is importan...
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China | Travel | Tips | Visa | Application
You could be applying for a visa either in your own country, within China or in a third country. If you have any doubts about your situation, you should enquire at the Chinese Consulate that issues visas, such as China Embassy in Toronto, Canada, or at Public Security Bureau Entry and Exit Administration office in China. Please be advised that Ch...
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China | Travel | Tips | Visa | Regulations
The People's Republic of China follows the international system and issues visas according to its laws and regulations which may be modified from time to time. The information provided here is about entry to the PRC mainland only: it does not include visa and entry rules for Hong Kong, Macau, or Taiwan. In some limited situations visa are not re...
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China | Travel | Tips | Visa | Duration
Single, Double and Multiple entry visas China issues visas that allow one entry, two or multiple, the last two allowing you to exit from the Chinese mainland and re-enter on the same visa. You should remember that even a few hours in Hong Kong or Macau is an exit from China in this context. To return you must either have another valid entry or o...
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China | Travel | Tips | Visa | Macau
Introduction Macau is generally very open in its approach to admit tourists and short term business visitors. Nationals of 66 countries are exempt from a visa to Macau for a certain period while other nationals are permitted to obtain a visa on arrival at the border control. While providing the greatest convenience to visitors, the Macao Special ...
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