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Asked by Rosie from Singapore | Nov. 09, 2013 04:28
About:China Embassy in Singapore

Clarification on visa exemption for Singapreans

I'm a Singaporean who will visit Beijing for 2 weeks. Do I have to produce my Airtickets to prove the length of stay at the Beijing Immigration Control when I enter the country (as Singaporeans are exempt from visa if the stay is not more than 15 days)?

Thanks.
Rosie

Answers (1)
Answered by Hayden from Germany | Nov. 10, 2013 02:40
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Nope, you just need to present your valid Singaporean passport.
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