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|Passengers from 45 countries to enjoy 72 hours visa-free stay in Beijing from Jan 1, 2013|
|Jan 30, 2016 20:19|
|This needs some clarification. Transit visa has to be obtained at the first city of landing in China. |
Few cities, such as Shanghai, and Beijing, on can take a transit visa and travel to another city.
So even if you take a transit visa at he first point of landing and you can travel to another city, the total time in China is restricted to 72 hours.
|Oct 18, 2016 15:56|
|GUEST14419||Do we need to claim our luggage? or can we leave it at the airport while we venture out?|
|Dec 5, 2016 22:47|
|GUEST62419||We are American Citizen, planning to go to Hongkong. Can we get 72 hour visa free to visit Shanghai and then came back to Hongkong? Thanks.|
|Feb 6, 2017 18:59|
|I am a USA citizen and will be traveling to China in March 2017.|
I will arrive 3/20/2017 1:15 am and depart 3/23/2017 5:25 pm
That's a total of 88 hours, but according to what I have read about the Beijing
72 hour Transit Visa the time starts counting from 00:01 AM on the following day
after the Transit Visa is issued upon arrival at the airport, until you depart on your flight out of Beijing airport. Other cities count the time as actual time from arrival to departure.
This will save me over $200 US dollars if I do not have to buy a regular 10 year tourist
visa for China.
Please give me your advice on this matter.
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