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China Provinces

China has thirty-four provincial-level administrative units covering seven geographical regions. In the north, there are Beijing, the capital, Tianjin Municipality and the other three provinces. Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning are the three provinces in the northeastern part that have chilly winters. In the east, including six provinces and Shanghai City, mainly covers the developed eastern coastal area. Southern areas are subtropical and is comprised of three provinces and Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan. The traditional Cantonese culture began in this region has been a highlight of Chinese culture until now.

Southwest area has four provinces and one city located on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau and Sichuan Basin. A number of ethnic groups inhabit this region. In the Northwest, which is inland and has the most complicated landform, is composed of five provinces, ready to offer an explorative China vacation. Also, it is the birthplace of the long history of the nation along the Yellow River. Henan, Hubei and Hunan are in the Central part which serve as transportation hubs both on land and water.

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Questions & Answers on China City Guide
Asked by Richard from CHINA | Feb. 21, 2020 06:24Reply
How many packages of tea can I bring into China can they take them off me if I bring eight packets which is approximately 1800 tea bags
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Answered by Helen from UKRAINE | Feb. 23, 2020 17:05

Well, as I know, there is no exact limitation about the tea bags. Generally speaking, it will be ok. But you need to put them into the checked luggage.
Answered by SHENYANG | Feb. 23, 2020 20:06

Thanks Helen
Asked by JCHOI5858 | Dec. 17, 2019 20:25Reply
more questions about : one way ticket fly to Guangzhou...
I do have china visa , good for 10yrs. The 144hr visa free transit does not apply to me. If I take high speed train from Guangzhou to Hong Kong, I don't think I will need any visa to enter HK, a passport is good enough.
My plan is to fly into Guangzhou with one way plane ticket, then go to Hong Kong by high speed rail. To Singapore from HK, then back to US from Singapore.
Is there any other legal document required bedsides local residents ID or foreigner passport to take the high speed rails?
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Answered by Joey from USA | Dec. 22, 2019 17:50

No, there isn't.
Asked by JoyJoy from USA | Dec. 13, 2019 14:29Reply
one way plane ticket fly into Guangzhou
With one way plane ticket fly from USA into china, will I be allowed for entry?
I will have itinerary to show my trip, after visiting Guangzhou , will take high speed rail to Hong Kong, then fly to Singapore, and back to USA from Singapore.
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Answered by Yuri from THAILAND | Dec. 16, 2019 19:22

Sorry, you are not eligible for 144 hour visa free transit if you take high speed train to HK.
Asked by Nadeeka from SRI LANKA | Dec. 10, 2019 21:04Reply
I am in Beijing now and planning to visit some places near by.
Pls.advice me on places and best way to travel to the places. How much does it cost for a taxi for a whole day?
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Answered by Jordan from GERMANY | Dec. 11, 2019 22:09

Hi, Nadeeka, there are many popular scenic areas in the city. If you have enough time, you can spend 3 or 4 days to tour around.
Generally speaking, the public transportation is convenient. You can take metro and public bus. For your convenience, you can take a taxi. As I know, the fare is CNY 300 to CNY 400 per day.
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