Asked by Ms.Sherry from Canada | Mar. 24, 2009 22:50
About:China Embassy in Thailand

Hi, my name is Sherry, I am a Canadian citizen and a Canadian passport holder. I will be on a tour to Bangkok for a week this coming Sunday and would like to visit Beijing after Bangkok trip. Since Canadian passport is Visa Exemption when entering Thailand, which means I won't get a valid visa at Bangkok customs.
Would it be possible for me to get a Chinese visa in Bangkok under circumstances? If not, what shall I do to get a Chinese visa?

Any help would be appreciated.

Answers (2)
Answered by Ms.Wendy from Singapore | Mar. 25, 2009 02:26
Ms Sherry,
You can apply for a China visa before you arrive in Bangkok.
Answered by Mr.d | Mar. 25, 2009 02:53
NO problem getting it in Bangkok. You will get a stamp on arrival to Thailand but that wont' matter. Just go to the Embassy with photos and your passport and you will have a choice of how long it takes to get it back and how much it will cost (the quicker, the more expensive)
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