China Visa Exemption Policies
Passport holders of Singapore, Brunei and Japan are permitted to enter China and travel for up to 15 days without China Visa for the purposes of Tourism, Family/Friend Visits
International flight Transit
China visa is not required for those who take the international transit flight without leaving the airport
When taking a transit flight to another country visa Shanghai airport, a visa free policy for less than 48 hours stay for Passengers from the following below listed countries don’t need a China Transit Visa : U.S, Canada, Republic of Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and Schen-gen countries including Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Austria and Greece.
Philippine Passport Holders
Philippine passport holders have to apply Group China Visa with minimum size of 5 people in one group.
China Visa Exemption Policies Required documents
- Original passport which valid for at least another 6 months, one photocopy of the passport’s information/photo page and emergency contact page.
- A Complete filled China Visa Application Form
- Front and white background photo in size 48mm×33mm without head covering, and affixed color photo to the China visa application form
- Travel itinerary
- Airline tickets reservation
- Accommodation reservation
- Invitation letter
You may be required to go to the Chinese Embassy for an interview or providing additional documents
Other policy on China visa for those who plan to visit the regions in the southwest of China, and provinces along the east coast of China; you may need view files below listed
If you may visit Tibet during stay in China, you must have a China travel visa. In addition, you will need to have another special travel document called Tibet Travel Permit ;
Attention: China Travel Visa is issued by China foreign affairs department, you can apply your china travel visa at China embassy that nears you; Tibet Travel Permit is issued by Tibet Tourisn Board, which can only be applied by travel agent;