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Asked by olivier from berlage | Sep. 26, 2014 05:05
About:China Embassy in Belgium

Shanghai through Hong Kong

Hi,

I am a Belgian citizen and am planning a 1-week stay in Hong Kong. During that week, I would spend 1 day in Shanghai (airplane travel), going back to Hong Kong at the end of the day. It seems that I don't need a visa in Shanghai (72-hour exemption), but would like a confirmation of this (does the fact that I am coming from Hong Kong change anything?)
Thank you.

Answers (1)
Answered by Betty from Australia | Sep. 27, 2014 01:18
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Since you will fly from HK to Shanghai and then back to Shanghai, you need to have a single entry Toursit L. HK - Shanghai -HK is regarded as a round trip instead of an international transfer.
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