Asked by Month from Singapore | Nov. 11, 2011 11:35
About:China Visa Exemption

Does Irish/ Filipino Passport need visas and separate visas for HK, Macau and Shenzhen

Hi there. I need your advice. My gf (Filipino citizen) and I (Irish citizen) both working in Singapore will spend holiday in hk for a week, whole day in Macau and a whole day in Shenzhen. Does both of us need visa? Also, should we apply different visas for each country? What kind of visas should we apply? Thank you

Answers (1)
Answered by Betty from Singapore | Nov. 12, 2011 03:02
Neither you nor your Filipino girlfriend need a visa to Hong Kong or Macau, but both need a China visa to Shenzhen for 1 day visit. It is possible for you to apply for 5 days Shenzhen visa on arrival, however, I can't sure you can get it. To ensure the trip, you'd better apply for China visa in Singapore.
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