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Asked by Pat from UK | Feb. 03, 2012 07:09
About:China Embassy in U.K.

Single or Multiple Entry Chinese Visa?

A few of us are planning a Tourist/shopping trip to Macao/Shenzhen/Macao for about 10 days. Our return flights would be to/from Macao. Do we need a single or multiple entry visa for each of these passport types?
- Australian passport
- United Kingdom passport
- Malaysian passport

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Answered by Ryan | Feb. 04, 2012 02:06
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All of you need a single entry China visa for each of there passport types because you only enter Shenzhen, Mainland China once. Macau is a special adminsitrative region, it applies different exit and enter controls from Mainland China, the passport holders of Australia, UK. and Malaysia are exempt from a visa to Macau for up to 30 days per entry.
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