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Asked by Rollo Smith from Australia | Jan. 03, 2012 04:01
About:China Embassy in Australia

On cruise ship Shanghai 8th-10th March, Hong Kong 13th staying 3 nights what visa required & cost?

Travelling with Seabourn Singapore to Hong kong visiting Shanghai and later disembarking in Hong Kong 11th March staying an extra 3 nights what visa is required for this period and how much will the visa cost per person?

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Answered by Sam from U.S. | Jan. 04, 2012 01:08
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If the cruise ship only stops in Shanghai and Hong Kong, you just need to apply for a single entry China tourist visa (L visa), Australian nationals don't need a visa to Hong Kong. It costs AU$ 60 per person. If you use Chinese Visa Application Service Center in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, extra AU$ 38.5 will be charged per person.
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