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Asked by Mr.R from Japan | Dec. 09, 2010 22:49
About:China Embassy in Japan

Hello: I am a US citizen living in Japan. I will be passing through Shanghai (not changing airport but transiting at the same airport) and I have a long 12 lay over. I would like to make a quick trip to Shanghai downtown for fun. I heard that if you are in Shanghai for less than 48 hours and have a return ticket, you can get free visa on arrival. Is that true? Please let me know what I need to do for this, if anything.

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from United States | Dec. 11, 2010 02:17
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Yes, it is true, you don't need a visa to Shanghai(https://www.travelchinaguide.com/cityguides/shanghai.htm) for less than 48 hours transit. You can go to Shanghai downtown for fun. When you arrive in the airport, you can get a one day stay permit in the immigration office at the airport to go to downtown.
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