China Travel Tips

China's international visitors have rocketed to an impressive 29 million in 2017. It is said that in less than 10 years, the country will become the first tourist destination with the world's largest number of visitors. Have you got a travel plan to visit this country in your mind? Do you want to have acquaintance with this country and know her special charm? Here we show some practical China travel tips, helping you know the ABC’s of the country, better make a plan before departure, and deal with emergencies or anything unpredictable while traveling. If you choose us, we will go to great lengths offer superb service and pure-hearted China tour tips and advice.

- Last modified on Nov. 19, 2018 -
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Asked by Robert from USA | Nov. 19, 2018 13:41Reply
China 72/144 Visa exemption check
US -> Tokyo (Japan) -> Beijing (China) -> US

Hello, i need advice on if the following route would be acceptable for the visa exemption. It is booked on the round trip, but on separate record locators. Does the lengthy of the layover in Japan matter as long as i land there?

Thank you!
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Answered by Nancy from NEW ZEALAND | Nov. 19, 2018 18:26
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Hi, there is no problem of your route and it doesn't matter how long you will land in Japan.
Asked by Daniel from ISRAEL | Nov. 18, 2018 14:48Reply
I read that there is a direct bus from Zhangjiajie to Furong town
but I couldn’t find any information about a bus from Furong town to Zhangjiajie. Is such bus exist?

Thanks,
Daniel
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Answered by Amy from USA | Nov. 18, 2018 19:45
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Yes, there are some buses but I can't find the specific schedule either. However, you can also take a bus from Jishou to Zhangjiajie, which will stop at Furong Town.
Asked by isaac from CANADA | Nov. 18, 2018 12:54Reply
flight for 144 hours Visa Free transit
Hello, does:

Taipei to Shanghai

then 144 hours in Shanghai

then Shanghai- HK-Taipei

qualifies for 144 hours Visa Free Transit
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Answered by Sam from USA | Nov. 18, 2018 19:41
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Yes, it does.
Asked by Sheila Tiu from PHILIPPINES | Nov. 13, 2018 05:45Reply
My mother is a Natural born Chinese and my father is a Filipino . What is my citizenship?
They are not married
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Answered by Jesse from UNITED KINGDOM | Nov. 13, 2018 18:26
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Hi, it depends on your parents' choice, you have an opportunity to be a Filipino or Chinese. However, once you choose the Filipino citizenship, you have to give up the Chinese citizenship since China does not recognize dual nationalities. Hope helpful.
Asked by Tan from MALAYSIA | Nov. 13, 2018 04:50Reply
Is Yading open on March, shuttle bus, electric car & horse riding available on March ?
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Answered by Nancy from NEW ZEALAND | Nov. 13, 2018 17:58
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Yes, it is but it will be very cold and you are suggested to prepare enough warm clothes.
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