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    Best Time to Visit China

    September and October are always the best time of year for taking China tours, when China experiences a pleasant climate and with little rain. May and June are also suitable months to visit. Note however, that depending on your specific travel destinations, the best time to visit may vary.

    When planning a China tour, it is suggested that you avoid October 1 to 7, which is one of the most crowded travel peaks in China. Another travel peak to avoid is the travel rush around the Chinese New Year.
    Seasons in the Singapore Seasons in China
    Dry Season: March - August Spring: March - May
    Summer: June - August
    Rainy Season: September - February Autumn: September - November
    Winter: December - February

    Do Singaporeans need a visa to travel to China?

    If your tour in China lasts no more than 15 days, you do not need the tourist visa. Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months to guarantee a smooth trip. For China tours from Singapore with longer duration, please apply for a tourist visa in advance at the Chinese Visa Application Service Center in Singapore City.

    How to Travel to China from Singapore - Flights

    Travelling to China from Singapore by air is very convenient with many direct flights operating from Singapore City to more than 30 cities in China. The quickest flight takes no more than 4 hours for a one-way trip. It is recommended to book China tours from Singapore with airfare included for better discounts.

    Singapore and Chinese cities linked by direct flights:
    Singapore City: Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Xi'an, Shenyang, Dalian, Tianjin, Qingdao, Jinan, Nanjing, Ningbo, Xiamen, Fuzhou, Wuxi, Wuhan, Changsha, Zhengzhou, Shantou, Haikou, Chongqing, Kunming, Nanning, Lanzhou, Yinchuan, Harbin, Shijiazhuang, Yantai

    Time Difference between Singapore and China

    Singapore and China are in the same time zone, so there is no time difference between the two countries.

    Money Exchange for Singapore Dollars and Chinese Yuan

    The current exchange rate is roughly: 1 SGD ≈ 5 CNY

    Chinese Renminbi (CNY) is the official currency in China. Yuan is the fundamental monetary unit. You will see many goods are priced by Yuan, which is more often pronounced as Kuai in spoken language. 1 Yuan = 10 Jiao = 100 Fen.

    If you do not carry a large amount of CNY cash when joining China tours from Singapore all inclusive, don't worry, as it's very easy to exchange money at airports, bank branches in urban areas, and some four or five star hotels.

    Voltage & Power Sockets

    China Singapore
    Voltage 220V/50HZ 230V/50HZ
    Plug Type Type A/I
    Type G
    When planning China tours from Singapore, it is advisable to take a plug converter.

    Tap Water is Not Drinkable.

    Tap water in China is not suitable for drinking without boiling or further filtration. You will always be served a cup of tea or hot water in restaurants, which can be drunk directly. For outdoor travelling, please buy some bottled water in advance.

    How to Make Phone Calls

    From Singapore to China:
    Dial Singapore Exit Code + China country code 86 + city code XX or XXX + land phone number; or
    Dial Singapore Exit Code + China country code 86 + mobile phone number of 11 digits

    Note: Singapore owns multiple telephone operators and the exit code differs depending on the service provider you use. 001 - SingTel; 002 - M1; 008 - StarHub

    From China to Singapore:
    Dial Singapore country code 0065 + phone number

    Learn Basic Chinese

    It is not essential to learn Chinese if you have booked China tours from Singapore all inclusive with us, because we will arrange English-speaking guides for you. However, you may want to learn some basic Chinese for simple conversations with locals or to better understand them.
    English Chinese Pronunciation in Pinyin
    Hi!/Hello! 您好 Nín Hǎo
    Good Bye! 再见 Zài Jiàn
    Sorry! 对不起 Duì Bù Qǐ
    Thanks! 谢谢 Xiè Xiè
    Washroom 厕所/洗手间 Cè Sǔo/Xǐ Shǒu Jiān
    How much is it? (for price) 多少钱 Duō Shǎo Qián
    Questions & Answers
    Asked by vince from SINGAPORE | Mar. 22, 2023 22:53Reply
    1st April onwards visit GuangXi Guiling, Singaporean needs to apply any visa for 14 days tour?
    Answers (1)
    Answered by Kevin | Mar. 26, 2023 19:06

    Yes, you you need to apply for visa for the tour in China.
    Asked by Whye Ngee from SINGAPORE | Jan. 20, 2023 03:25Reply
    Chinese Visa for Singaporeans
    I am a bit confusing about the visa for visiting China, I was told that Singaporeans needed a visa to visit, How can I confirm that we don't need a visa as stated in your website
    Answers (1)
    Answered by Miller from US | Jan. 27, 2023 17:21

    The 15 days Visa Exemption is the policy before covid-19. You should check China embassy's official website for the latest notice.
    Asked by Woon Choong Seng from SINGAPORE | Jan. 14, 2022 09:05Reply
    Can I fly to Shenzhen?
    Answers (1)
    Answered by Linda | Jan. 17, 2022 10:00

    Do you mean fly from Singapore to Shenzhen? Yes. You can check the flight schedule online for the flight to Shenzhen.
    Asked by Chee BH from SINGAPORE | Aug. 17, 2019 02:37Reply
    What is the currency used in your website travelchinaguide.com, CNY or USD?
    Answers (1)
    Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Aug. 18, 2019 17:41

    Our tour prices are in USD dollars. Thanks for your attention.
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