Visa to China. Visa-free entry to China

Visa-free entry to China? Well, you buy tickets, arrive at the airport, and you are not allowed to board the plane. That’s a good outcome, indeed. But what if they allow you to board it and send you back on arrival in China after ten difficult hours of flight? Well, you’ve read that you can make a visa on arrival in Guangzhou. That’s right, but only if you are flying through Guangzhou in transit to a third country. Then you can stop in Guangzhou for 72 hours without a visa: they will give you a transit one on arrival. Visa-free entrance is perhaps only a dream, and we can dream endlessly.

When you go to any country, please open Wikipedia at least. It indicates the countries that are visa-free and those that are not. Don’t fly anywhere without preparation. All foreigners require the visa to enter China. It is unlikely to ever become visa-free.

If you need help in getting the visa or invitations to China or in booking a hotel, please contact me. I will be able to help you.

Author: Anna Morozyuk

Anna Morozyuk I live in Guangzhou (China). My specialty is translator and representative in China. I have certificates and diplomas confirming the level of knowledge of the Chinese language. I perform services in China such as the search for manufacturers, quality control, represent in exhibitions, organizing the supply of goods, big equipment from China, delivery and customs clearance from China.