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Asked by Ms.Kelly from Nethelands | May. 13, 2010 14:38
About:China Embassy in Netherlands

Hi, I will travel to China in June and I stay at different places (all in China), but I will make an inland flight from Shanghai to Beijing. Do I need a single or double visa?

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Answered by Mr.Jason | May. 15, 2010 20:51
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You need a single-entry visa. Hong Kong and Macau apply applies different enter & exit controls from Mainland China although Hong Kong and Macau are also part of China, if you just travel within Mainland China, you need a single-entry visa, if you travel between Mailand China, Hong Kong and Macau, maybe you will need a double-entry or multiple-entry visa, if you travel Mainland China - Hong Kong -Mainland China, you will need a double-entry China visa.
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