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Asked by Vicky from Australia | Jan. 01, 2013 20:55
About:China Embassy in Singapore

Singapore citizen staying in australia

Hi,

I'm currently staying in melbourne, australia with a Australian PR but holding a singapore passport. I intended to stay in shen zhen for couple of days in March. Do I need to apply for the L-Visa which is meant for tourist?
Prior to going to shen zhen, i'll be in Hong kong for a few days.

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Answered by Ivan | Jan. 03, 2013 01:00
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Hi, with Singapore passport, you are visa exempted to China for 15 days. If you plan to stay longer, you need to apply for a tourist visa in advance.
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