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Asked by Mr.red from NZ | Jun. 04, 2010 23:31
About:China Embassy in New Zealand

Hello,

I am planning on visiting China for two weeks in July for tourism.

I am flying in and out of Hong Kong and then traveling over land into China.

Will I need a double entry visa or will it be okay to get a single entry visa for China?

Thanks

Answers (1)
Answered by Mrs.Sabrina from France | Jun. 05, 2010 05:23
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You need a single-entry visa for China because you just enter Mainland China once, flying in and out of Hong Kong is not counted as the entry & exit of Mainland China.
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