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Asked by Ms.Kimberley from Australia | Dec. 23, 2010 17:27
About:China Embassy in U.K.

Hi there. I am traveling from London to Shanghai in January and I am visiting for three days. I have a Australian passport and will be flying out from China to Australia at the end of my sightseeing of Shanghai. I have been living in the UK for the past two years on a working visa. Will I need a visa to enter the city centre and do sightseeing for three days? My friend who is traveling me will be traveling on her Maltese passport. Will she need a visa also? Look forward to your reply. Many thanks

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Answered by Ms.HELPER from Canada | Dec. 23, 2010 21:36
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yes, you need to apply for Chinese Tourist Visa in London, UK for your 3 days Shanghai Tour Packages(https://www.travelchinaguide.com/package/shanghai.htm) Your Maltese friend also needs a visa to China.
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