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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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- Last updated on Jul. 22, 2024 by Catherine He -
Questions & Answers on China City Guide
Asked by stuart from AUSTRALIA | Jul. 05, 2024 00:02Reply
China Visa Required?
Hi,

ive heard that if we are in china for less than 15 days (from Australia) that there is no visa required... is this correct?
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Answered by Keith | Jul. 07, 2024 20:26
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Yes, and the policy is effective for Australia passport holders till the end of 2025.
Asked by Stanley from CANADA | Apr. 23, 2024 08:07Reply
144 hours transit free visa
Hi! Can I get 144 hours transit free visa if I use my Canadian passport travel from Hong Kong to Macau via Hangzhou? Please advise me. Thank you.
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Answered by Rita | Apr. 24, 2024 00:26
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Yes, you can enjoy the 144-hour visa free transit in Hangzhou if you fly from HK to Hangzhou and also hold the Hangzhou - Macau flight ticket in hand when landing.
Asked by Marc from SPAIN | Apr. 20, 2024 22:10Reply
Reentering China with a 14 days visa-free
Hi!I am currently in Mainland China during my first stay ever. I am Spanish, so I am using my 14 days visa-free and I had no problems with that. Now, my plan was to use the visa-free entry twice, covering different areas each time. So I planned 14 days in Mainland, one week in Taipei just to reset the visa and 14 days in Mainland again. I asked time ago and I was told that new entries are fine as long as I spend at least one night abroad. But some days ago a person I met also traveling the country told me she was told otherwise. Can you confirm I can reentry no problem? Thank you very much.
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Answered by Joshua | Apr. 22, 2024 01:51
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The official says no limit on the entries at present. You can reentry after travel in Taipei.
Asked by Hatier from FRANCE | Mar. 11, 2024 00:40Reply
Buy tickets for the forbidden city for april 28.
Hello, I would like to buy two tickets for the forbidden city on next april 28. When will it be possible on your site ? So far, only tickets for march are available. If I buy morning tickets, can we stay in the forbidden city all day or do we have to leave before the afternoon ? Thank you, Emmanuel.
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Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Mar. 12, 2024 01:35
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Dear Hatier,

1. The Forbidden City tickets for the coming April 28 have been available on our site: https://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/beijing/forbidden-city/tickets-booking.htm
2. If you enter with the morning ticket, you can stay inside the whole day and leave before it closes in the afternoon.

Have fun~
Asked by Eskay from MALAYSIA | Mar. 03, 2024 21:43Reply
which train station from Xiamen to Wuyishan- nearest station
which websites should i use to buy the train tickets. I see some websites selling tickets more than 2 weeks in advance.
Can i cancel the tickets online if i need to.
Also can i access the hotels free wifi without a china sim card
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Answered by Thomas | Mar. 05, 2024 19:35
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1. It is recommended to depart from Xiamen North to Wuyishan North, which is closer.
2. Yes, you can book train tickets directly with TravelChinaGuide at any time tickets will be issued about 2 weeks in advance.
3. Yes, you can cancel it.
4. Yes, you can.
Answered by SK | Mar. 06, 2024 14:26
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Hi Thomas.
thank you for the reply.
1. ) If i cancel the ticket, will the refund be credited back into my credit card ?
2.) are taxis readily available if i arrive in Wuyishan north in the evening, after 6 pm. Which company taxis should i use, and what is the approximate fare to Puyue hotel in wuyishan/ Sangu area.
Answered by Thomas | Mar. 06, 2024 17:19
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1. Yes, but the service fee maybe still charged.
2. Yes, it is easy to take a taxi. The taxi fare would be around CNY 50-60.
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