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Asked by Ms.Amanda Wells from Netherlands | Nov. 12, 2010 03:53
About:China Embassy in Netherlands

Dear Sir or Madame,

I am a British Citizen living in The Netherlands. In January 2011, I will be traveling to New Zealand from Amsterdam, and on the way there I would like to stay in Hong Kong for 2 days. I will leave New Zealand on 10th March to return to Amsterdam and would like to stay for a long weekend in Shanghai.

Could you please advise me what type of visa I require for Hong Kong and Shanghai with my British Passport? Also how do I obtain the visa?

Many thanks

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from United States | Nov. 13, 2010 01:03
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You don't need a visa to Hong Kong, but you need a tourist visa to Shanghai, China, you can apply for a China single-entry tourist visa in January 2011. A single-entry visa is valid for 3 months, if you get it in January, it is still valid when you go to Shanghai from New Zealand.
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