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China Tours from Malaysia

For travelers who intend to visit China from Malaysia, our newly-designed China tours from Malaysia with international airfare included will fulfill your dream. Our professional guides and drivers serving boutique groups of no more than 18 people, ensure total satisfaction.

China Group Tour from Malaysia

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    Best Time to Visit China

    September and October, with cool, dry, sunny weather, are the best time to visit China. During this period, it's neither too hot nor too cold and feels very cozy. May and June are also suitable for taking China tours from Malaysia due to the comfortable climate and thriving natural scenery. Actually, China is a year-round travel destination and the best time to visit depends on which part you travel to.

    Whenever you plan a China tour, try to avoid the Chinese National Day holiday from Oct. 1 to 7 and the Spring Festival Travel Rush in January or February to avoid the crowds.
    Seasons in the Malaysia Seasons in China
    Summer all the year round Spring: March - May
    Summer: June - August
    Autumn: September - November
    Winter: December - February

    Do Malaysian citizens need a visa to travel to China?

    Ordinary Malaysian passport holders need to get a tourist visa for China in most cases. Collect your passport (valid for more than 6 months), a completed application form with your color photo attached, round-trip air tickets and hotel booking records or an invitation letter from a Chinese travel agency. Then submit all the documents to the Chinese Visa Application Service Center (CVASC). In general, you need to wait four working days for your visa if applying at the CVASC in Kuala Lumpur or Kuching, but six working days at the CVASC in Penang.

    Visa fees: 100 ringgits

    Where to Apply for a Visa (choose the one in charge of your residence area):
    CVASC in Kuala Lumpur  Tel: 3-21760888
    CVASC in Penang  Tel: 3-21760888
    CVASC in Kuching  Tel: 82-259885

    How to Travel to China from Malaysia - Flights

    In Malaysia, you can take direct flights to China from Kuala Lumpur, Sabah, and Penang. Kuala Lumpur, the capital city, operates a large number of direct air routes to nearly 20 Chinese cities. You can easily book China tours from Malaysia with airfare included departing from Kuala Lumpur. It's also very convenient to leave from Sabah or Penang to China. Most direct flights take about 4 hours.

    Malaysian and Chinese cities linked by direct flights:
    Kuala Lumpur: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xi'an, Chengdu, Kunming, Chongqing, Nanning, Haikou, Xiamen, Hangzhou, Fuzhou, Changsha, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Xining
    Sabah: Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Kunming, Shenzhen, Wuhan
    Penang: Guangzhou, Wuhan

    Time Difference between Malaysia and China

    There is no time difference between Malaysia and China. They are located in the same time zone.

    Money Exchange for Malaysian Ringgits and Chinese Yuan

    Rough Exchange Rate: 1 MYR ≈ 1.7 CNY

    Foreign currencies are not accepted in China, even in large shopping malls. You may use Visa or Master Card for payment in many places, but it's still good to have some Chinese cash on hand. The Chinese Yuan is the official currency, with 100 Yuan being the largest and 1 Jiao being the smallest denomination of banknote. 1 Yuan equals 10 Jiao.

    Travelers who have booked China tours from Malaysia all-inclusive just need to have some Chinese cash for shopping and dining during your free time. It's convenient to exchange money upon your arrival at the airport, in large banks, and some four or five-star hotels.

    Voltage & Power Sockets

    China Malaysia
    Voltage 220V/50HZ 240V/50HZ
    Plug Type Type A/I
    Type G
    Add a plug adapter to your packing list before joining China tours from Malaysia.

    How to Make Phone Calls

    From Malaysia to China:
    Calling a fixed phone: Dial 00 + China country code 86 + city code + phone number
    Calling a mobile phone: Dial 00 + China country code 86 + 11-digit phone number

    From China to Malaysia:
    Calling a fixed phone: Dial 00 + Malaysia country code 60 + city code + phone number
    Calling a mobile phone: Dial 00 + Malaysia country code 60 + 9 or 10-digit phone number

    Learn Basic Chinese

    Malay English Chinese Pronunciation in Pinyin
    Apa khabar Hi!/Hello! 您好 Nín Hǎo
    Selamat tinggal Good Bye! 再见 Zài Jiàn
    Minta maaf Sorry! 对不起 Duì Bù Qǐ
    Terima kasih Thanks! 谢谢 Xiè Xiè
    Tandas Washroom 厕所/洗手间 Cè Sǔo/Xǐ Shǒu Jiān
    Berapa harga benda ini? How much is it? (for price) 多少钱 Duō Shǎo Qián
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