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Asked by Janine from Australia | Apr. 18, 2013 10:21
About:China Embassy in Australia

Do I need a single or double entry?

I am cruising from Singapore to Shanghai in June. One of the ports visited is Hong Kong. Am unsure if I need a single entry (Shanghai) or a double entry to include Hong Kong.

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Answered by Bob | Apr. 19, 2013 04:14
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A single entry is enough. HK is different from mainland where that entry is not required.
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