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Asked by Mr.GN from Canada | Apr. 11, 2009 00:45
About:China Embassy in Canada

Hello,

I live in Newfoundland and would like to visit China in May (2009) for three or four weeks.

What (documents) will I require to fly into Hong Kong ?

What (documents) will I require to travel elsewhere in China ?

Should visas be required, how may I obtain it/them ?

Thank-you,

GN

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.Daniel | Apr. 11, 2009 02:17
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Canadian passport holders are exempt from visa for visiting Hong Kong for a maximum stay of 90 days there.
For visiting the Mainland China, you need a tourist visa. You should apply for the visa at the Chinese embassy in Ottawa. These documents are needed for application:
1. Your valid passport 2.proof of your hotel reserve and two-way flight tickets 3. passport style photo affixed to a duly application form
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