Asked by Matthew from UK | Nov. 20, 2011 02:09
About:China Visa Exemption

Hainan landing visa

I'd like to know - does visa-free mean that you do not need to get a free landing visa either when you arrive? Are there any differences between the 26 countries' privileges (length of stay etc) as to coming to Hainan without a visa? Have no more countries been added to the list of those that can come in groups of 2 instead of 5? If you fly via Mainland China (Guangzhou, Shenzhen...)do you need a visa for China to clear customs, even if you are travelling straight on to Hainan? Thanks!

Answers (1)
Answered by David | Nov. 20, 2011 03:24
Yes, one need a visa even if he/she travels straight to Hainan from other China cities like Guangzhou and Shenzhen upon arrival. Because they need to clear the customs at the arrival airport, not Hainan.
Visa-free means one doesn't need to get a visa upon arrival either. But this only allows one to stay in
Hainan for up to 21 days, all the citizens from the mentioned countries are the same. I haven't hard about any change or improvement about this law yet. BTW, it is not difficult for a UK citizen obtaining a China visa.
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