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Asked by Carmen Lee from Brunei | Oct. 30, 2011 20:23
About:China Embassy in Brunei

If my trip to China (back & forth) is from Brunei - Miri, Malaysia - Singapore - China, I need to

apply for single-entry visa or double-entry visa?

Answers (1)
Answered by David | Oct. 30, 2011 21:32
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So you'll enter China only once. In this case, a single-entry visa is fine for you.
However, I see your are an Bruneians. Brunei passport holders can stay in China for up to 15 days. So if your stay in China is less than 15 days, you don't need a visa at all.
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